1 Peter 1:1-2 is one of the most explicit explanations of the Trinity in the Bible—and each Person’s role in redemption.Read More The Trinitarian Work of Redemption in 1 Peter 1:1-2
A few weeks ago I had my first exposure to The Passion Translation. It is dangerous, and I do not recommend it.Read More Observations of The Passion Translation
There is a remarkable similarity between the Synoptic Gospel accounts of Jesus calming the sea and Psalm 107.Read More Jesus Calms The Storm — In the Psalms
Over the last couple of months, the continuing revelation of widespread sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic denomination has been making headlines around the world. As the global body of Christ grapples with with this massive issue, a voice for Biblical eldership is needed. The New Testament church had a different model of eldership from […]Read More We Need Biblical Eldership
It is commonplace now in the Western world to see people sporting rainbows—especially in the month of June, which in 2014 was declared by Barack Obama as LGBT Pride Month. In 2017, the popular Christian satire site The Babylon Bee, joked on June 2 that Google Celebrates Noahic Covenant, by changing the website’s logo “to a rainbow-themed design […]Read More The Rebellious Message of the Rainbow Pride Flag
I previously talked about the record of Israel demanding a king, and briefly touched on the warning that Samuel gave to the elders of Israel before they confirmed they wished for a king. I’m going to have another look at this passage, specifically at verses 11-18; as I think there are some interesting parallels between […]Read More Parallels between Samuel’s Warning To Israel about a King and modern governments.
Numbers 14:21 had immediate implications for the people of Israel, but it has contemporary implications for believers too.Read More The Future Foundation Of God’s Promise in Numbers 14:21