All of the great themes and figures in the Old Testament are brought together and fulfilled through the life and work of the Suffering Servant.
What John Wesley thought about the Trinity was wonderfully predictable. Since his overall cast of thought was to be aligned with classic Christian doctrine, centered on the gospel, and intensely interested in spiritual experience and spiritual progress, his trinitarianism likewise exhibits these traits.
Jesus was human and because Jesus was a human, he needed to be empowered from day one with and by the Holy Spirit. If this is true, then it is true that you and I need the Holy Spirit even more so.
Why do we celebrate Ascension Day on Sunday instead of Thursday? What does Jesus' ascension to the right hand of the Father accomplish, and what biblical texts address this important doctrine? Read more today from Andrew Dragos in this 7 Quick Facts series.
What was the purpose of Jesus’ life and ministry? This post is a chapter from Dr. Timothy Tennent’s book, 30 Questions: A Short Catechism on the...
The first clear reference to a Messianic King in the Old Testament comes from 1 Samuel 2. In the introduction to the Book of Samuel, Hannah prays for a son to come from her barren womb. God answers her prayer, and she sings a psalm of praise in response.
Missing from the church's gospel today is the central theme of the kingdom of God. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Rica McRoy shares both the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in God's heavenly kingdom.
Question: Who is God? Answer: God is the Holy Trinity—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Three persons in one God. May the grace of the Lord Jesus...
The story of Jesus’ cleansing of the temple requires some background information to be fully understood. Read more from Ben Witherington as he explains the significance of this event.
Books on Jesus abound—why the need for another one? Aren’t the four Gospels and subsequent letters of the New Testament sufficient for us to understand him? Well, not necessarily so, claims N. T. Wright in his book Simply Jesus. Andrew Dragos offers a summary and takeaways in this book review.