May 1, 2009
The simplest way to construct a timeline of the Old Testament is to work backwards. The following seven steps outline a relatively simple procedure for building such a timeline.
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Christ in the Old TestamentMay 1, 2009
The Jewish religious leaders of New Testament times had devoted their lives to studying the Old Testament.
The Importance of the Old TestamentMay 1, 2009
The Old Testament makes up almost three-quarters of the Bible and yet it remains a closed book to many of us.
A War of WordsAugust 1, 2005
Edward R. Murrow (1908–1965), renowned World War II broadcaster, said of Winston Churchill: “He mobilized the English language and sent it into battle…”
20 Things to Keep in MindMarch 1, 2005
Twenty things to keep in mind when studying the Bible.
2 Timothy 2:15March 1, 2005
What are the lessons we can learn from this well-loved and often quoted verse in Holy Scripture?
Picture ThisFebruary 1, 2004
A picture is worth a thousand words. The Lord knew that long before we coined the phrase.
Money and HoneyFebruary 1, 2004
Many people think that God’s commands just make everyone unhappy.
Fire, Hammer, and SwordFebruary 1, 2004
The three images of fire, a hammer, and a sword are used to forcibly convey to our understanding a truth that to some is comforting, but to others is terrifying! What truth?
Beholding as in a MirrorFebruary 1, 2004
The old chorus said, “God’s Word is like a…mirror ourselves to see.”