We are constantly bombarded with truth claims. With information coming at us from friends and family, social media, the news, our education system, our
It has been observed that “the subject of biblical prophecy is like one magnet interacting with another. For many people, it pulls them in.
Written by Josiah Boyd
In an attempt to articulate the “big idea” of Paul’s first letter to the church in Thessalonica, one author has written the following: Impressed
Matthew 23 brings something of a conclusion to the current section of Matthew, as Jesus the King, rejected by the leaders of Israel, rejects
Immediately after the return of his parents to their home young Samuel began his training under Eli (v. 11), a training which was characterized
Written by Andrew Longmire
Matthew has recounted Jesus’s final entrance into Jerusalem (20:29–21:17), the unrelenting opposition he faced upon arrival (21:18–22:14), and, now, his rebuke of the faithlessness
Written by Josiah Boyd
One author has summarized the book of Colossians with the following sentence: “When Christians know the supremacy of Christ in his person and work,
In Matthew 22, the formal rejection of Jesus continues, as groups of unlikely allies come together to oppose him with riddles and challenges designed
There are few more offensive concepts to the sensibilities of our contemporary culture than that of submission—the act of knowingly, willingly, intentionally, and repeatedly
Written by Josiah Boyd
“David, with the view of encouraging the faithful to contemplate the glory of God, sets before them, in the first place, a mirror of
Written by Josiah Boyd
Philippians brims over with often quoted passages: ‘He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus’
No, Jesus wasn’t “hangry”; but he did a curse a fig tree that, despite it’s leafy appearance, refused to bear fruit. It’s a small,