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Justification: Five Views

Justification: Five Views

James K. Beilby and Paul Rhodes Eddy, eds., Justification: Five Views (Downers Grove, InterVarsity Press, 2011), 308 pages, ISBN 9780830839445. The concept of justification carries eternity on its shoulders as many endeavor to understand, explain and experience the nature of salvation and how we need it. Justification is a term one would assume that scholars […]

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Ben Witherington: A Week in the Life of Corinth

Ben Witherington: A Week in the Life of Corinth

Ben Witherington III, A Week in the Life of Corinth (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2012), 158 pages, 9780830839629 Thirty years ago, I read James Michener’s novel, The Covenant. Like so many of his historical novels, it is marked by well-researched and detailed historical background. Many twists and turns of the inter-generational plot line have […]

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Craig S. Keener: The Disciple to the Nations: Matthew's Missiology

Craig S. Keener: The Disciple to the Nations: Matthew’s Missiology

A sermon on Matthew 28:18-20 preached by Craig S. Keener at the opening of the 2014 Biblical Studies Lectures at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University.

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The Secret Codes in Matthew: Examining Israel’s Messiah

The Secret Codes in Matthew: Examining Israel’s Messiah

A unique commentary on Matthew, the Gospel to the Hebrews, by Messianic teacher Kevin Williams. The Secret Codes in Matthew: Examining Israel’s Messiah (Part 1) The Secret Codes in Matthew: Examining Israel’s Messiah (Part 2) The Secret Codes in Matthew: Examining Israel’s Messiah (Part 3) The Secret Codes in Matthew: Examining Israel’s Messiah (Part 4) […]

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Should Pentecostals Interpret the Song of Songs Allegorically? by Brandon Biggs

Should Pentecostals Interpret the Song of Songs Allegorically? by Brandon Biggs

A guest article by Brandon Biggs The book of Song of Solomon has often been misunderstood and misinterpreted throughout history.  This article seeks to remedy this situation by providing a thoughtful and scholarly reflection upon the theme of romantic love within the book, and by expanding upon the two sub-themes associated with it—pleasure and danger. […]

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The Case For The Resurrection Of Jesus, reviewed by Patricia Riley

The Case For The Resurrection Of Jesus, reviewed by Patricia Riley

Gary Habermas and Michael Licona, The Case For The Resurrection Of Jesus (Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2004), 352 pages, ISBN 9780825427886. Gary Habermas, “Distinguished Research Professor and Chair” in the Department of Philosophy and Theology at Liberty University and Michael Licona, a Ph.D. candidate in New Testament at the University of Pretoria have put together a […]

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Cessationist Misuse of Ephesians 2:20, by Sam Storms

Cessationist Misuse of Ephesians 2:20, by Sam Storms

In the on-going dialogue between cessationists and continuationists there is a passage that the former almost always mention. It is, in many instances, their go-to text, their trump card, so to speak. But a close look at Ephesians 2:20 will demonstrate that it fails to accomplish what the cessationist desires. Paul writes: “So then you […]

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Does God Still Give Revelation Today?

Does God Still Give Revelation Today?

By Scott Lencke. Continuationists believe God still speaks today. This happens not only through the word of God in Scripture, but even through specific words or what we might term as “revelations.” These revelations can come in various manners – prophecies, words of knowledge, words of wisdom, visions, dreams, etc. – but God still communicates […]

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Will I Have A Body In Heaven?

Will I Have A Body In Heaven?

The simple answer is Yes! It will be a spiritual body—one that is far more appropriate for the new dimension in the new cosmos in which we will be living. It will be a body tailor-made by God, “eternal in the heavens” (2 Corinthians 5:1). Just as God formed our physical substance and frame in […]

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Reading the Bible Wisely

Reading the Bible Wisely

Richard S. Briggs, Reading the Bible Wisely: An Introduction to Taking Scripture Seriously, revised edition (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2011), 153 pages, ISBN 9781610972888. Richard Briggs offers a brief and accessible introduction to the Christian hermeneutical task of reading the Bible theologically. His experience as a teacher is evident throughout the work (he serves as […]

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D.A. Carson, Scandalous: The Cross and Resurrection of Jesus

D.A. Carson, Scandalous: The Cross and Resurrection of Jesus

D.A. Carson, Scandalous: The Cross and Resurrection of Jesus (Wheaton: Crossway, 2010), 173 pages, ISBN 9781433511257. Scandals pop up everywhere. Type into a Google search, “Scandals of 2012,” and one finds about 81 million results. Are scandals really scandalous in this day and age or is the use of the term “scandalous” simply utilized to […]

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Darrell Bock's Recovering the Real Lost Gospel, Reviewed by Matthew Jones

Darrell Bock’s Recovering the Real Lost Gospel, Reviewed by Matthew Jones

Darrell L. Bock, Recovering the Real Lost Gospel: Reclaiming the Gospel as Good News (Nashville: B & H Academic, 2010), 146 pages, ISBN 9780805464658. In a postmodern era engaged in endless speculation and thought provoking possibilities, Dr. Darrell Bock, Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS), offers a return to […]

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Bible Versions: What is the Best Bible Translation? by David Malcolm Bennett

Bible Versions: What is the Best Bible Translation? by David Malcolm Bennett

So which is the best Bible translation? Well, we may never know in this life, though we will all have our preferences. But we are fortunate in having some very good ones. Make sure you regularly read at least one of them and encourage others to do so.   My Journey with the Bible Like […]

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Bible Versions: The King James Only Debate, by David Malcolm Bennett

Bible Versions: The King James Only Debate, by David Malcolm Bennett

With so many English versions of the Bible available, why do some still use the King James Version exclusively? Introduction We live in an age in which there are many English language translations of the Bible, too many, in fact. There are very good versions and others which are not so good. But which one […]

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