10 Reasons I Got Teary-eyed Over Deuteronomy

The title of this blog may seem a little surprising.  When most people think of reading Deuteronomy they probably picture it being as moving as watching the grass grow, but for those people I feel very sorry. Relatively recently in my Christian walk I have discovered the treasure of reading through books of the Bible … Continue reading 10 Reasons I Got Teary-eyed Over Deuteronomy

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Reformed Theology Begins with Covenant Theology

Now we come to another distinctive of reformed churches, the covenant, or as others would call it, covenant theology. Covenant theology means that God has always dealt with humanity in the same manner, through covenant. From Genesis to Revelation God says repeatedly, “I will be your God and you shall be My people.” This is not … Continue reading Reformed Theology Begins with Covenant Theology

Abraham, Moses, Paul, and Jesus – Unified Entirety

A Brief Description Denoting the Intricate Relationship, Comparison, and Connection of the Abrahamic and Mosaic Covenants in Direct Relation to their Application to the Letter of Paul to the Church in Galatia, particularly 3:15-18 Galatians 3:15-18 “To give a human example, brothers: even with a man-made covenant, no one annuls it or adds to it … Continue reading Abraham, Moses, Paul, and Jesus – Unified Entirety