As we discuss the nature of creatures, we begin with a tautological confession: creatures are creatures. To treat them otherwise would be foolish and faithless.
“The sequence [of creation out of nothing] is: there was nothing at all . . . now there is something.” –John Webster
In Recalling a Story Once Told: An Intertextual Reading of the Psalter and the Pentateuch, John S. Vassar “investigate[s] the intertextual relationship between the Psalter and the Pentateuch.”
Augustine's chief metaphor can help us more clearly understand and articulate the triunity of the Christian God.
This is a short article on the “typology” David’s life and how it points to Christ. First, I will explain what typology is in brief, then I will show some ways how David foreshadows Jesus.
The shortest history of pre-Reformation Christianity ever written.
The Ancient Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament has more to offer than you might have expected.
The Israelites received water from the rock, and those who are in Christ now receive life in Christ because he was stricken for us.
As Christians, we have confidence that Jesus’s blood is sufficient for us to draw near to God, our loving Father, even in the day of our sin.