Pastor Stephen Um of City Life Presbyterian in Boston is coming out with a new commentary on 1 Corinthians. This new Crossway series of commentaries is called Preaching the Word and it is headed by R. Kent Hughes. This set of commentaries cover almost every book of the New Testament and many of the Old Testament. The commentary of […]
“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” (Genesis 1:27) Genesis 1:26-27 has served as the locus of most theological anthropologies in the central Christian tradition. However, Richard Lints observes that too rarely have these verses been understood as conceptually interwoven […]
I’m a busy person. And while of course I like to think I recognize the importance of being nourished by God’s word, my busy schedule tempts me to feel I should make even my quiet times “efficient” (read: not very quiet in spirit). I was recently going through the book of Jeremiah, and toward the […]
“We need eyes to see the connections of scripture.” Here Stephen Um and Richard Lints address reading the bible in its entirety and seeing transcending themes wholly throughout.
Stephen Um and Richard Lints continue to think through reading scripture with a one story plot line. They take it a step further in this video discussing the importance of and responsibility to preach the bible holistically.
Richard Lints and Stephen Um consider how the whole Bible applies to our whole lives. For a wonderful, book-length treatment of this topic, consider picking up Lints’ The Fabric of Theology.
We enjoy the chance to share with you a special interview series with a preeminent scholar, D.A. Carson. He sat down with us and provided answers richly honest and thoughtful. Here in this clip, we ask him the question: What would be the fate of biblical theology going forward?
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