Throughout the Old Testament there are several instances of God establishing a covenant. He did so with Adam in the Garden, with the nation of Israel through Moses where the Law was delivered, with Noah after the great flood, with Abraham and his descendants, and lastly with King David. These covenants are a part of... Continue Reading →
Listen to Why Sunday? by William Hemsworth #np on #SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/william-hemsworth/why-sunday Why do Christians worship on Sunday instead of the Sabbath day of the Old Testament? I answer that question in this week's episode.
The letter to the Ephesians is different than those we have studies thus far. In previous letters, we have Paul writing to defend his Apostleship and to teach against heresy that was being perpetrated at the time. Ephesians seems to be more of an outline about the “important practices and doctrines for believers to keep... Continue Reading →
The full title of the book is Apostle of the Crucified Lord: An Introduction Paul and His Letters by Dr. Michael J. Gorman. There are many books on the market regarding the Pauline letters, but this one is among the most thorough that I have come across. In the introduction a brief discussion of the... Continue Reading →
In chapter three of the letter to the Hebrews the pastor tells his listeners that Jesus is superior to Moses. This is significant in many respects, and the pastor does this to remind them of their new faith and responsibility to the gospel. In doing this the pastor uses his great Old Testament knowledge and... Continue Reading →
The Epistle to the Hebrews is one that has perplexed Christians for generations. The letter is unlike anything seen in the rest of the New Testament, and uses typology and symbolism to communicate the precious truth of Christ. In regards to this theologian N.T. Wright states, “The letter to the Hebrews is one of the... Continue Reading →