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A Resurrected Servant 500 Years Before Jesus

A scholar friend of mine once remarked, “I must confess: if there is anything that convinces me that the Bible is inspired, and from God, it is Isaiah 53.” But who is this suffering servant?

A Resurrected Servant 500 Years Before Jesus

A scholar friend of mine once remarked, “I must confess: if there is anything that convinces me that the Bible is inspired, and from God, it is Isaiah 53.” But who is this suffering servant?

He Has Spoken: Replacing Pagan Hermeneutics

We're used to the enemies of God's Word mishandling the Bible. But a far worse problem is what its friends do.

What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation?
What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation?

For more information about Dan Darling, visit: www.danieldarling.com

For more information about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com

What to Say When There’s Nothing to Say

First Peter is about suffering. Certainly not a topic I like to read about or hear preached, but Peter casts it in a new light.

What is the meaning of "The Parable of the Sower?"
What is the meaning of "The Parable of the Sower?"

For more information about Joel Bradberry, visit www.hcfellowship.com. For more information about Christianity, visit www.christianity.com

How is the central theme of the Bible seen in the Pauline letters?
How is the central theme of the Bible seen in the Pauline letters?

www.cbcnashville.org
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Seven Ways the Old Testament Deepens Our Love for Jesus

By connecting with the past of others, we connect better with them. The Old Testament connects us with Jesus’ past.

The Temptation of Jesus Is Not about Your Battle with Sin

The point of passages like Christ's temptation in the wilderness is to be confident in what Christ has done for us and not to grow confident in what we can do for ourselves. Why do we so often confuse that?

Reading Through Isaiah: From Exile to Exodus

You may be thinking that I got the title backwards: Didn’t the exodus from Egypt come before the exile? It did, but not in Isaiah.

Prophecy 101: How to Interpret the Bible’s Predictions

Whichever eschatology you choose, you need to realize that it is a choice and not the only possible way to interpret Scripture.

Standing in the Council

You might think the standard for a prophet was whether their words came to pass, but that’s actually a bi-product of the real test.

Beware Bible McNuggets: When Reading the Bible Can Be Spiritually Unhealthy

The spiritual diet of too many Christians consists of a lot of Bible McNuggets. And that's not healthy.

Psalmnotherapy

Why read the Psalms? Because they are designed to heal. In particular, they are designed to heal by pointing ourselves to Jesus.

Matt Chandler on Beating Indifference with Bible Study

"The Scriptures are primary, but you’ve got to build on them in expectation of (and accountability for) their application.”

Why did God require Animal Sacrifices in the Old Testament?
Why did God require Animal Sacrifices in the Old Testament?

For more information about Charles Dyer, visit: www.moodyradio.org/thelandandthebook.

Why are the Beatitudes significant to us today?
Why are the Beatitudes significant to us today?

www.rtkendallministries.com
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3 Simple Steps for Studying the Bible

There are a number of ways we can study the Bible, but one of the most effective and simple approaches to reading and understanding God’s Word involves three simple steps.

Word Study: Lost in Translation?

"Saraph" is translated differently in Isa 6:2 and Isa 30:6. Why do we have "seraphim" in one passage and "flying snakes" in another?

Can a Person Be Overly Righteous?

Can “be not overly righteous” in Ecclesiastes 7:16 really be saying what it seems to be saying?

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