God has promised to weave every thread of our life experience into the tapestry of his plan.
I find the nature of sacred space in the ancient world fascinating. In his classic work Ancient Israel: Its Life and Institutions, the exceptional...
Jesus knew that the time had finally come—the hour when the Son of Man would be glorified.
The Pharisees tried to seize Jesus, as it seemed he was claiming to be divine and daring to speak of his own authority concerning the Law.
As seasoned fishermen, Jesus' disciples knew enough to be afraid. But where was Jesus?
In this strategic story we all learn that nationalism born of theocracy in the Mosaic covenant is not all there is to God’s larger plan.
Just as Yahweh can command the sea to be quiet, he can whistle for Leviathan and Leviathan comes.
Divine intermediaries, or mediators between the gods and humans, were well-known throughout the ancient Near East.
The book of Jonah was not simply preserved for the sake of recording history—it was preserved to teach future generations about the mighty acts of God and his ambitions for his people.
In this Seven Minute Seminary, Craig Keener reminds us that salvation, even in the Old Testament, was always by grace through faith.