Posted in Biblical Theology Chilasm

Chiliasm (Part 1): Introduction

Introduction to a 9-part series on early Chiliasm.

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Posted in Biblical Theology Uncategorized

Isaac

Isaac and the Covenant Covenantal Offspring Isaac, the beloved son of Abraham, went to the altar as a sacrifice (Gen 22) at the apparent cost…

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Posted in Biblical Theology Messiah Uncategorized

Adam, Eve, and Seed of the Woman

First and Final Adam Adam was God’s created “image and likeness” (Gen 1:26–28) who foreshadowed Jesus Christ “the exact likeness of God” (2 Cor 4:4)…

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Posted in Biblical Theology Messiah Preaching

The Child of Christmas Morn (Psalm 2)

A homiletical reflection on Psalm 2 in connection with the Advent season.

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Posted in Messiah Preaching

Wisdom from Chrysostom

Chrysostom De incomp. 7:6

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John Chrysostom
Posted in Biblical Theology Messiah Uncategorized

A foretaste of Christmas

Jesus erased the curse, he triumphed over death, he opened paradise. He struck down sin, he opened wide the vaults of the sky…

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Posted in New Testament Preaching

Rescue the Perishing (James 5:19–20)

A homiletical reflection on how Paul’s love poem (1 Cor 13:4-7) defines the dynamic of our ministry of reconciliation (2 Cor 5:18).

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Posted in Biblical Theology Old Testament Typology

Defining the Big Picture (Part 3)

Blog 3 of 3 on “Defining the Big Picture” of biblical theology by Christological exposition, focusing on how the OT looks forward to Christ.

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Posted in Biblical Theology Old Testament Typology

Defining the Big Picture (Part 2)

Blog 2 of 3 on “Defining the Big Picture” of biblical theology by Christological exposition that follows OT motiifs up through their fulfillment through Christ.

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Posted in Biblical Theology

Defining the Big Picture (Part 1)

Blog 1 of 3 on “Defining the Big Picture” of biblical theology by Christological exposition.

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