Abraham Lincoln famously lamented in his Second Inaugural Address that folks in the Confederacy and Union “read the same Bible.”…
On a recent visit with friends in Scotland, I noticed how the Scots described the last two years as “the…
The theological coherence and moral intelligibility of the imprecatory psalms is grounded in the story within which they prayerfully participate.
Hearing of the “new” covenant, it’s easy to imagine it as set against an “old” covenant. But we need to look closer.
This essay addresses the false dichotomy in the church of “Old Testament vs. New Testament.”
Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik, an immigrant and a polymath, helped revitalize Orthodox Judaism and Torah study in North America.
Dr. Beldman’s student Ingrid Bouma produced a series of eleven original paintings that together tell the biblical story.
An apocalyptic thread is woven throughout all of salvation history, even through the Christmas story.
Motifs surrounding Levites and cultic servants influence readers’ understanding of their significance and relationship.
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