The books of Chronicles point to Jesus in many ways. Here are three main themes in Chronicles and how they point to Jesus.
What is God’s name? What are we to make of this name? How does this name teach us about Jesus and the Trinity? Explore more in this article as we consider these questions.
Can one Bible passage have multiple applications? When an interpreter of Scripture considers how best to apply a passage, what are the limits? This article invites readers to consider how an important passage (Exodus 34:6-7) gets interpreted and applied to the same city at two different points in Israel’s history (Nahum 1:3 and Jonah 4:2).
False or exaggerating reporting is harmful to Christian mission, threatens Christian integrity and witness, and develops a success-fixation that is contrary to the cruciform nature of Christ-centered ministry. A thought-provoking article.
Hermeneutics is the science of interpreting the Bible.
Why is proper hermeneutics important? Listen in to find out more from Rev Todd Bordow.
Luke spends last third of the Book of Acts, chapters 21-28, chronicling the Apostle Paul’s voyage to Rome. This raises an important question as to the purpose of all this. Why does Luke, who has previously recorded 20 years or so of Paul’s missionary travels, devote so much space to Paul’s one journey to Rome?