November 1, 2001
Such a heritage doesn’t call for a museum but a return to the Book.
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A Description of the TalmudApril 1, 2001
The main study of one who proposes to become a rabbi is the Talmud.
Just how Good is the Good Book?January 1, 2000
God's Word is indestructible. "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but My words shall not pass away" (Mt. 24:35).
Origins of the Scofield BibleJuly 1, 1999
The Scofield Reference Bible has proven to be an immeasurable aid in guiding generations of serious Christians into a greater understanding of God's Word.
The New Testament Style of ArguingApril 1, 1997
Much of the New Testament, especially Paul's epistles, uses the method of argument to teach.
The Proper Use of TypologyApril 1, 1997
So infinitely glorious is God, so wondrous are His works, so exalted is His majesty, and so marvelous is His love for humankind, that He has brought into play every device of human language to reveal Himself to us.
The Joys of Bible StudyApril 1, 1997
I was recently visiting a young university student, and during my stay, he took me into his study to show me his notebooks.
The Old Testament and its LevelsApril 1, 1997
It is helpful to realize that the Scriptures, especially in the Old Testament, have at least four levels of understanding.
The Importance of the Old TestamentJanuary 1, 1997
Many Christians will admit the Old Testament confuses them and they really do not know its themes very well. Why should we make the effort to grasp its message?
Anatomy of the PsalmsAugust 1, 1996
The five so-called poetical books are not the only poetry in the Old Testament.