Biblical theology is a way to get into another world, the world inhabited by the biblical authors.
The creator of VeggieTales is back with a gospel-centered exploration of the whole storyline of Scripture.
Though glorious, God’s covenant with Abraham was not the end of the story. Rather it was the beginning.
This is the latest volume in the New Studies in Biblical Theology series, edited by D. A. Carson:
Here’s how Carson introduces the book in the series preface:
Anyone who follows long-standing debates over Paul and the law, over the use of the Old Testament in the New (especially in Paul), over the cogency or otherwise of various theological systems (e.g. Lutheranism, various forms of covenant theology, dispensationalism), over the origins of the common tripartite classification of biblical law (moral, civil and ceremonial), knows that Paul’s understanding of the law lurks behind many other theological debates. Add to the topics already mentioned the relationships between Christian Jews and Christian Gentiles, the unity of the new humanity in Christ, Paul’s apparent flexibility when he evangelizes Jews in Jerusalem and Corinthians in Achaia, and, in historical theology, the validity or otherwise of the ‘third use’ of the law, not to mention the sheer avalanche of books and articles on these and related topics, and one readily perceives why a book on Paul and the law is likely to be of perennial interest.
So what is the distinctive contribution of the volume you are holding in your hand? Brian Rosner’s strength lies in showing with patience and clarity how the apostle Paul articulates an …
The goal of God’s kingdom is to see the king in his beauty and be enraptured in his glory.
In order to equip Christian pastors in Germany to understand and preach the live-giving gospel from all of Scripture, Evangelium21 is putting on it’s third major conference.
You will see, in Jeremiah’s doctrine of the word of God, a convincing anticipation of one who is called the Word of God.
Although all Christians agree on basics, we disagree in details over how the Bible is “put together.”
The potential kingdom effect of distributing 5,000 copies of Carson’s ‘The God Who Is There’ in Portuguese is huge.
On February 20-21 and 27-28, 2009, Don Carson presented a 14-part seminar entitled “The God Who Is There” at Bethlehem Baptist Church’s North Campus in Minneapolis. This series will serve the church well because it simultaneously evangelizes non-Christians and edifies Christians by explaining the Bible’s storyline in a non-reductionistic way.
The series is geared toward “seekers” and articulates Christianity in a way that causes hearers either to reject or embrace the gospel. It’s one thing to know the Bible’s storyline, but it’s another to know one’s role in God’s ongoing story of redemption. “The God Who Is There” engages people at the worldview-level.
And now MP3s (full) and video (10-minute previews) are available for Carson’s 14-part series:
The God Who Made Everything | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Does Not Wipe Out Rebels | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Writes His Own Agreements | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Legislates | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Reigns | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Is Unfathomably Wise | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Becomes a Human Being | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Grants New Birth | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Loves | MP3 | Video Preview
The God Who Dies—and Lives Again | MP3 |