Have you ever wondered what it might have been like to sit in a home in ancient Ephesus (or Thessalonica or Corinth) and listen to an apostle open up the Old Testament and preach a Christ-centered sermon? What would it have been like for a Jew who recently came to believe that Jesus was the Messiah to hear a passage, such as Psalm 110, explained by one of the men who walked with Jesus during his short ministry on earth? What would it have been like for a Gentile, who recently left the pagan temples, to hear a Galilean fisherman or a former Pharisee speak of angels, priests, covenants, and faith—words that were just beginning to make sense to him as he learned the vocabulary of his new religion?
The writers in this issue believe we can capture a little bit of that experience by reading the Letter to the Hebrews. Read More
Do you know as much about the Old Testament as you do about the New Testament? The women's Bible study group in my church didn't, and they decided to do something about it. Read More
Every Christian needs to grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ (2 Pet. 3:18). The knowledge of Christ includes understanding his person and work in all their multifaceted characteristics. From earliest times the church has characterized the work of Jesus as involving the offices of Prophet, Priest, and King. Read More
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