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Chapter 4: Witnessing and Expecting the Arrival of Elijah
In Malachi 4:4–5, there is a promise that Elijah would be a forerunner to the coming of the Messi...
Part 2: The Day-Age View – Ross and Archer
The days of Genesis are six sequential, long periods of time. God has revealed himself in both Sc...
Part 3: The Framework View – Irons and Kline
The framework view approaches the text to discern its theological and literary constitution, whic...
Part 1: Is There a Question?
Part 2: What is the Question?
Part 3: Warranted Christian Belief
Part III argues that Christian belief can have justification, internal and external rationality, ...
Part 4: Defeaters?
Part 1: Understanding God’s Word
Part 2: Answering Objections
With this important book, Walter C. Kaiser Jr. outlines his understanding of how to understand th...
Introduction to the Uses of the Old Testament in the New
To understand the uses of the OT in the NT, we need to begin by getting our bearings. First, the ...
Chapter 2: Foreseeing and Predicting the Resurrection
To understand the uses of the OT in the NT, we need to consider some hermeneutical matters. First...
Chapter 3: Respecting the Old Testament Context
We need to respect the OT context when we consider the NT use of the OT. But, there are texts tha...
Chapter 5: Participating In and Expecting the Day of the Lord
The next OT reference to consider is Joel 2:28–32 wherein Joel predicts the coming Day of the Lor...
Part 2: Apologetic Methodologies
Chapter 6: Understanding the Old Testament as “Types of Us”
There are five texts that will help us understand biblical typology: 1 Corinthians 10:1–13, Roman...
Chapter 7: Abolishing the Old Order and Establishing the New
Another text that requires consideration is Psalm 40:6–8, “6 In sacrifice and offering you have n...
Chapter 8: Experiencing the Old Testament “Rest” of God
As we turn to this next section of the book, we turn to considering the theological use of the OT...
Chapter 9: Including the Gentiles in the Plan of God
One issue that has presented itself as a sorting of dividing line between dispensationalists and ...
Chapter 10: Applying the Principles of the Civil Law
The next area to consider in how to understand the uses of the OT in the New concern how the NT w...
Chapter 11: Applying the Principles of the Ceremonial Law
Finally, to apply the principles of the ceremonial law from Leviticus for Christians today, we ne...
This book examines the theme of the city of God as it is expressed in the Bible. It begins with G...
John’s vision of New Jerusalem in Revelation 21:18–20 is breathtaking. It is a city like no other...
Chapter 1: The Godless City
Almost immediately after the fall of Adam and Eve, we see the development of cities. After Cain h...
Chapter 2: The Temple City
After God’s judgment at Babel, the future looks bleak. Yet God calls a man named Abram to leave h...
Chapter 3: The Holy Mountain City
Careful readers will notice that the Bible often links the city of God and the mountain of God. M...
Chapter 4: The Royal City
Chapter 3 showed how Jerusalem, or Mount Zion, is a mountain city, the place where God meets with...
Chapter 5: Envisaging a Transformed Jerusalem
The previous chapter celebrated the establishing of God’s dwelling place in greater permanence th...
Part 1: The 24-Hour View – Duncan and Hall
We do not take a stand on the age of the universe since Scripture does not directly address that ...
Part 1: Foundational Issues
The Uses of the Old Testament in the New
Walter C. Kaiser Jr. (2001)
True Paradox: How Christianity Makes Sense of Our Complex World
David Skeel (2014) In True Paradox, Skeel argues that Christianity makes more sense than any o...
The City of God and the Goal of Creation: An Introduction to the Biblical Theology of the City of God
T. Desmond Alexander (2018)
The Soul of Science: Christian Faith and Natural Philosophy
Nancy R. Pearcey and Charles B. Thaxton (1994)
The Transforming Power of the Gospel
Jerry Bridges (2011)
The God who Became Human: A Biblical Theology of Incarnation
Graham A. Cole (2013)
Mapping Apologetics: Comparing Contemporary Approaches
Brian K. Morley (2015)
The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything
Fred Sanders (2017)
The Genesis Debate: Three Views on the Days of Creation
David G. Hagopian ed. (2001)
Created and Creating: A Biblical Theology of Culture
William Edgar (2017)
Jesus Among Secular Gods : The Countercultural Claims of Christ
Ravi Zacharias & Vince Vitale (2017)
Apologetics: A Justification of Christian Belief
John Frame (2015)
Born This Way?
J. Alan Branch (2016)
Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical
Timothy Keller (2016)
Worldviews in Conflict: Choosing Christianity in a World of Ideas
Ronald Nash (1992) Worldviews in Conflict is an introductory book on the subject of the Christ...
Part Four: The Second Scientific Revolution
Is Reality Secular? Testing the Assumptions of Four Global Worldviews
Mary Poplin (2014)
A New Kind of Apologist
Sean McDowell ed. (2016)
How to be an Atheist: Why Many Skeptics aren't Skeptical Enough
Mitch Stokes (2016) Mitch Stokes questions whether skeptical atheists really allow their skept...
God Without Parts: Divine Simplicity and the Metaphysics of God's Absoluteness
James E. Dolezal (2011) The doctrine of divine simplicity has a long pedigree in the history o...
God's Grand Design: The Theological Vision of Jonathan Edwards
Sean Michael Lucas (2011)
Part 1: The Apologetic Use of the Old Testament in the New
Part 2: The Prophet Use of the Old Testament in the New
There are several important questions to consider when it comes to discussing the Christian inter...
Part 3: The Typological Use of the Old Testament in the New
Typology is common within the Bible. But, what exactly is it? Typology is “a historico-theologica...
Part 4: The Theological Use of the Old Testament in the New
Part 5: The Practical Use of the Old Testament in the New
Part One: The New History of Science
Part Two: The First Scientific Revolution
Part Three: The Rise and Fall of Mathematics
Chapter 6: Hope for Jerusalem beyond Divine Judgment
We have seen a wonderful message of hope from Isaiah. But what about some of the other prophets—w...