The life of Uzziah teaches that prosperity endangers perseverance. Two reasons this is so. Answering some questions raised by the story.
Ezekiel's prophecies begin with his startling description of clouds, angels, wheels, fire, lightning, and a throne. Careful attention to the details makes the story lively and penetrating.
The phrase, “They shall know that I am the Lord” occurs constantly throughout this book. How would Israel know their Lord? God's judgment and restoration of His people.
Jeremiah‘s poem is a model for weeping over sin. Truths that are not comfortable to the natural mind, but that bring the greatest spiritual blessings.
Causes of falling away 2: King Amaziah fell away because of bad logic. Sin is irrational. Three logical errors that Amaziah you made.
Part 2 of a crash course in grammar. Part 1 covered Verbs, Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, and Prepositions. This covers conjunctions, word studies, and block diagrams.
The true interpretation will always follow the laws of language. Verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives--how can you recognize these and make sense of the Bible with them.
The heritage of the reformation teaches us to love truth. Three observations from second Thessalonians. Description of modern religions and their disinterest in truth. Marks of the African indigenous church.