I’m teaching a new class at CCBCY called Christ and the Cross, and you can read more about it here. In a follow up post I’d like to recommend some resources that have been helpful for me in studying the titles of Christ and biblical metaphors for the work of Christ. Each of these topics is like a deep ocean full of treasure to be found within, but perhaps it’s also a little intimidating to first dive in. That is my purpose for offering the class, and for posting these resources. Having just finished up the first half of the class, Christ’s titles, I thought I’d share what I’ve found useful.
Tag: Biblical Theology (page 2 of 3)
This is the fourth part of our interviews on Premillennialism. Introducing the final view, Historic Premillennialism, is Dr. Jim Hamilton of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Hamilton also blogs here.
Is there a singular purpose behind everything that God does in history? Did this same purpose also motivate the human authors of Scripture? Jim Hamilton would answer ‘yes’ to these questions, and believes the purpose to be God’s Glory in Salvation Through Judgment, hence the title of this book.
Everyone is drawn to a good story, yet many are unfamiliar with the story that we actually live in! The Bible tells the true story of redemption, and authors Craig Bartholomew and Michael Goheen have attempted to bring a wider attention to this in their book The Drama of Scripture.
I got the chance to ask Dr. Graham A. Cole some questions about his upcoming book with IVP‘s New Studies in Biblical Theology (NSBT) series. It will be released in a few months. I already posted a little about this book here.