Old Testament Narrative
Old Testament Narratives are units of thought that fit within the larger framework of an Old Testament Book.
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Introduction To many, Deuteronomy is a closed book. Assuming that it is directed to the Israelites, and that its regulations and embodiment of faith are for the Jewish people only, countless Christians have too long missed its vital message. Perhaps even more ... Read More »
The presence of the word “concepts” in my assigned subject raises immediately the question of the nature of biblical theology. Is biblical theology propositional and systematic or is it the recital or proclamation of the redemptive acts of God in a... Read More »
The historical background of the world of Jeremiah really began when the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel began to lose their independence. As Assyria increased in power and began her campaigns for the dominance of the Fertile Crescent,The nations beginning wih... Read More »
The prophets were launched upon their prophetic careers by a definite call. Even as Israel moved forward because of a consciousness of a covenant relationship with God, so the true prophets entered the prophetic ministry because of the constraint of God’... Read More »
The book of Jeremiah is neither a biography nor auto biography of Jeremiah, nor is it a carbon copy of all his sermons. it is all of these things and more, with the various materials being joined together in what seems to be a hap hazard fashion. It has ... Read More »
During the last twenty-five years, preachers have often been exorted to make their messages relevant. During the same period, many pleas have been made for a return to biblical preaching. Some writers have related these two needs by insisting that biblical pre... Read More »