Jul 14, 2018
Household Gods in the Greco-Roman World
Carl Rasmussen has a post here on how household gods might have been worshiped in New Testament times by looking specifically at ruins in Ephesus and Pompeii.
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Labels: Backgrounds, Idolatry, New Testament
Jul 13, 2018
Whales, Leviathan, Jonah, and the Talmud
Here is an interesting article related to recent discoveries both archaeological and actual whales in the Mediterranean Sea.
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Labels: Jonah, Judaism, Old Testament, Talmud
Jul 12, 2018
Reading Those with Whom You Disagree
Marty Duren makes the case here for reading those with whom you disagree.
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Jul 11, 2018
Greg Beale on Biblical Theology
Fred Zaspel interviews Greg Beale here on the subject of biblical theology.
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Jul 10, 2018
2018 Text-Driven Preaching Workshop
Mark your calendars for the 2018 Text-Driven Preaching Workshop at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. This year's focus will be on the book of Job. You can get details here.
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Labels: Bible Exposition, Expository Preaching, Preaching, Sermons
Jul 9, 2018
Turning True Statements into Truth Nuggets
Merely articulating a truth can be helpful but packaging that truth in a winsome or memorable way is usually preferable. So Michael Cooper explains how he turns true statements into truth nuggets that transform lives here.
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