Gospel & Acts
Gospel/Acts all the elements of biography, yet these biographies contain parables, dialogue, stories, and are Christological in nature.
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The Bible has long been described as the spring of preaching materials which never runs dry. If this is an accurate description of the Bible, how much more accurately is this statement a commentary concerning the inexhaustible preaching values of Matthew’... Read More »
The pendulum in theological and biblical studies often swings from one extreme to the other. A half century ago, Albert Schweitzer severely jolted the world of New Testament criticism by his interpretation of Jesus in exclusively eschatological terms. This vie... Read More »
SWBTS Chapel sermon by Dr. Huber L. Drumwright. Read More »
SWBTS Chapel sermon by Dr. George Beasley-Murray. Read More »
The word “eschatology” is derived from two Greek words: the adjective eschatos meaning “last”, and the noun logos meaning, in this instance, “doctrine” or “teaching”. Eschatology is, therefore, a study of the doc... Read More »
Certain fundamental assumptions and convictions are necessary to appraise the teaching of the Gospel of Mark concerning the person of Christ. This study of the Christology of Mark is made on the basis of the following assumptions and convictions. First, the Go... Read More »