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A Brief Theology of Aliens, Strangers and Pilgrims

April 4, 2017

Finally, the law of Moses was for Israel, not for America or any other nation. Advocates of illegal immigrants make an erroneous application of Old Testament civil laws to the current Western situation. God’s people is the church, not Israel or America.

Does God Whisper Sweet Nothings in Our Ears?

October 3, 2013
Does God Whisper Sweet Nothings in Our Ears?

“Whenever Yahweh appears in storm theophany in the Old Testament, the Hebrew word kol is properly and logically translated ‘thunder,’ ‘thunderous voice,’ or the like.” ~ Jeffrey Niehaus, Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

8 Things I Learned from God Seeking to Kill Moses in Exodus 4

August 2, 2013
8 Things I Learned from God Seeking to Kill Moses in Exodus 4

Why is this "excursus" inserted in the story of the appointment of Moses as the leader of God's covenant people? Is there anything to learn from this incident?

Transformed by Incomprehensible Love (Repost)

February 13, 2012
Transformed by Incomprehensible Love (Repost)

A husband promises to love and to cherish his wife, but would he keep this promise if his wife was unfaithful? Not so with Christ, who, like Hosea, kept his promise, even to an adulterous Bride: he "loved the church and gave himself up for her."

Will Moses and Elijah Come Back?

October 3, 2011
Will Moses and Elijah Come Back?

Who are these two witnesses with supernatural powers, who are resurrected and ascend into heaven after they are killed? Who are their enemies who want to kill them? Are they past, present, or future personalities?

Resources for Liturgical Worship (2): Call to Worship

August 30, 2010
Resources for Liturgical Worship (2): Call to Worship

It is God who calls us to assembly; we do not assemble together of our own desire. God does not need our worship because he does not need anything in himself. On the contrary, he commands us his covenant people to worship him.

Pagan Worship: Then and Now

July 24, 2010
Pagan Worship: Then and Now

Where did they get the idea of worshiping a golden calf and indulging in sexual revelry? From the Egyptians and Canaanites, no doubt.

Mount Nebo: Disappointment, then Hope

May 17, 2010
Mount Nebo: Disappointment, then Hope

God instructed Moses to go to a mountain where he will show him the extent and the beauty of the Promised Land he is giving to Israel before he died. But beyond this disappointment, God also assured Moses that Israel, after he died, will be ably led by Joshua, a Spirit-filled man, in their conquest of the Promised Land.

Mount Ebal to Mount Gerizim: From Cursed to Blessed

May 10, 2010
Mount Ebal to Mount Gerizim: From Cursed to Blessed

How shall we escape from these curses and receive God's blessings when we can never perfectly obey God's law? We are to march from the Ebal, the Mount of Cursing to Gerizim, the Mount of Blessing, through the perfect obedience of another Man.

Pop Evangelism’s Misuse of Scripture–Part 1

March 7, 2010
Pop Evangelism’s Misuse of Scripture–Part 1

In Joshua 24:15, what choices were Joshua presenting to Israel when he told them, "Choose this day whom you will serve. . ."

Israel’s Jubilee Fulfilled in the Philippines!

February 12, 2010

Really? If Moses were alive today, he would have died laughing at the "Intercessors for the Philippines," a group of Filipinos so gullible to the deception of Cindy Jacobs, a well-known false prophet.

7 Islamic Teachings that Muslims Don’t Want Christians to Know

December 4, 2009
7 Islamic Teachings that Muslims Don’t Want Christians to Know

Dr. Michael Horton, in the latest White Horse Inn broadcast ("Christianity Confronts Islam") on November 29, 2009, interviewed Muslim scholar and former professor of Shari'ah law Sam Solomon, who had to flee his own country after his conversion to Christianity.

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