The prophets’ oracles of judgment set up a definitive contrast between God’s kingdom and all competing worldviews.
Amos is about the Triune God, the God of Covenant, and his judgment, Andrew M. King writes.
Nebuchadnezzar’s sojourn as a beast is not a fairy tale, but fairy tales are tapping into an aspect of the truth that we find in Scripture.
Intimidated by Isaiah? It can be best understood by noticing five movements in the book.
Romans 11:26 is notoriously difficult. What does Paul mean by “saved,” “Israel,” “all,” and “saved”?