Hezekiah’s Passover in 2 Chronicles 30 provides a backdrop of Jesus’ parable of the wedding feast in Matthew 22.
After a lengthy genealogy (a commentary in and of itself, for a future time), the Chronicler starts with a description of the fall of Saul. Why devote a short section to Saul rather than beginning with God’s true king, David?
“Out of the Silent Planet” is a Christian work in that it focuses on the Trinity, but unfortunately, it leaves one member out.
From the crossing of a body of water to the oaks of Mamre, the themes of the Exodus ring loudly in “Out of the Silent Planet.”
Humanism is, ironically, humanity’s greatest enemy in Out of the Silent Planet.
What is Out of the Silent Planet’s atonement theory?
Ahaz was one of the worst kings, and his badness is magnified when even evil Israel listens to God’s word. What does this have to do with Jesus’ word about the poor?
Our Christian witness is useless without the eschatological hope for the future as secured by the Messiah in his resurrection and ascension.
The letter plays an important role in both the Old and New Testaments.