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.
If you want to learn more about the Messiah, Jesus, our Lord and Savior, the Old Testament gives us many foundations by which we can know more about our Redeemer.
There are three general understandings someone can fall into: (1) Covenantal Theology, (2) Dispensational Theology, and (3) Progressive Covenantalism. Where do you fall? What are the implications of your convictions?
Have you grown weary of your Redeemer and Great Love? Have you grown weary of being saved? Has God been a burden who has taken a toll on you?
The manna falling from heaven prefigured the bread of life that came down from heaven to satisfy our needy souls.
In this post, I will explain the characteristics of types: historical, correspondence/continuity, pattern/repetition, predictive/prophetic, escalation, and textual.
Typology, simply stated, is the study of “types.” A “type” can be an OT person, event, or institution that foreshadows or prefigures a NT reality in which the type finds fulfillment—particularly, ultimate fulfillment in Christ’s person, work, and benefits of his accomplishment.