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The Prophets and the Apostolic Witness: Reading Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel as Christian Scripture

The Prophets and the Apostolic Witness: Reading Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel as Christian Scripture

by Philip Graham Ryken, Paul D. Wegner, Mark S. Gignilliat, John N. Oswalt, John W Hilber, Andrew T Abernethy, Andrew G Shead, Dana M Harris, William R Osborne, Gary Yates, Nicholas G Piotrowski, Mark Gignilliat, Dana Harris, Lissa M Wray Beal, President Dr Philip G Ryken, Alicia Jackson, John Hilber, Duguid , Gary E Yates, Alicia R Jackson and D

How should Christians read prophetic literature? Questions abound both in the academy and the church as to how to engage the prophets, particularly in light of the New Testament. The Gospel writers and the church fathers all read and appealed to the Old Testament, but are we as modern-day readers supposed to take the same approach? The Prophets and the Apos… Read more…

The Law, The Prophets, and The Writings: Studies in Evangelical Old Testament Hermeneutics in Honor of Duane A. Garrett

The Law, The Prophets, and The Writings: Studies in Evangelical Old Testament Hermeneutics in Honor of Duane A. Garrett

by William R Osborne, Andrew M King and Joshua M Philpot

The Old Testament is no ordinary text; it is a revelation of God’s will, character, purpose, and plan, inspired by the Spirit of God. That same Spirit continues to work within God’s people today as they read the Bible, even when the meaning is difficult to discern. In The Law, the Prophets, and the Writings, eighteen evangelical scholars analyze … Read more…

Divine Blessing and the Fullness of Life in the Presence of God

Divine Blessing and the Fullness of Life in the Presence of God

by William R Osborne

The concept of blessing pervades the everyday life of Christians—from testimonies recounting God’s provision, to praise songs, to wishing someone well. In fact, the term has been so integrated into Christian language that it is rarely considered thoughtfully. In the pages of Scripture, blessing seems to be either physical or spiritu… Read more…