Category Archives: Old Testament

What the Bible Says About Jesus Christ 
Part 3, Witnesses of His Divinity

In our last two posts we spoke about Jesus Christ as the second Person in the Godhead, and we briefly explored His two natures as God and man. But the whole notion of God condescending to be a man is a … Continue reading

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Who’s Right?

Ezekiel 33:17-20 “Yet your fellow citizens say, ‘The way of the Lord is not right,’ when it is their own way that is not right. When the righteous turns from his righteousness and commits iniquity, then he shall die in … Continue reading

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God’s Rescue Will Be God’s Way

Psalm 119 is a great paean of praise for God’s eternal, righteous, and inerrant word; and the longest psalm in the Bible at 176 verses. But it is much more than just an exercise in how many ways you can … Continue reading

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How NOT to Understand the Bible

In my last post I wrote about the common sense principles for interpreting Scripture. At this point, I thought I’d focus on poor ways to understand God’s words. These are approaches to Scriptures that really exist, and are used by some—but not … Continue reading

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How to Understand the Bible…

The Bible is the information source for the Christian faith. As the word of God it reveals God’s eternal truth to us about spiritual reality. It is the basis on which Christian unity can be found, but when some religious … Continue reading

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Israel and Peaceful Coexistence

Peaceful coexistence was doubtlessly an enticing concept to the Israelites. Since shortly after leaving Egypt they had been at war. They had fought their way through the wilderness and then, after crossing the Jordan, they had fought a war of complete … Continue reading

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Old Testament Parallels, 
Moses (Exodus 3,4) and Reluctant Ambassadors

The story is familiar to most people who have even a modest knowledge of the Bible: the call of Moses at the burning bush. Moses the Israelite had been raised as an adopted child of privilege in the house of … Continue reading

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