The pilgrim is a traveler, a journeyman without as yet a fixed abode. He is a foreigner in search of a homeland; an exile in “a hostile country whose [sole] hope is to find rest”.1 Whether the picture is of … Continue reading →
Sources: John Mark Hicks: Uzzah and the Ark: Exegeical Considerations, Uzzah and the Ark 2: Theological Reflections and Churches of Christ, 1 & 2 Chronicles (The College Press Niv Commentary. Old Testament Series). Note: Only sources used extensively are listed.
Clarifying Imputation Sources: Jack Cottrell: Romans Chapters 1-8 (College Press NIV Commentary), John Piper: Faith and the Imputation of Righteousness, R.L. Whiteside: A New Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the Saints in Rome, Robert Turner: Sermons on Grace Note: Only sources … Continue reading →
Defining the Nature of Abraham’s Faith Sources: Jack Cottrell: Romans Chapters 1-8 (College Press NIV Commentary), P.G. Mathew: The Nature of Saving Faith Note: Only sources used extensively are listed.
Establishing The Historical Foreground Sources: This sermon borrows extensively from scholar John Mark Hick’s article: GRACE, WORKS AND ASSURANCE: A THEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK Note: Only sources used extensively are listed.
The word gospel comes from the Greek word euangelion1 which literally means “good news”. Scripture uses the term in both a broad and narrow sense concerning salvation in Jesus, with the more restricted connotation occurring with greater frequency. For … Continue reading →