Glen Scrivener consider mission, motivation, and the glory of God.
C. H. Spurgeon's sermon on Hosea 11:4 and union with Christ.
Justin Martyr's discussion with a Jewish man, Trypho, gives a unique window into the early Church's relationship with Judaism as well as their robustly Christ-centred reading of the Hebrew Scriptures.
Justin Martyr's open letter to the Emperor, Antoninus Pius, shows how the Old Testament speaks of Christ, arguing that Christianity is simply the religion of the Hebrew Scriptures. He appeals for fair treatment of Christians since their beliefs are legitimate.
David Gibson asks why we should believe the Bible, what may stand in our way, and the place of faith, evidence, the gospel, and the work of the Spirit.
Glen Scrivener opens Isaiah and shows that mission is at the heart of the life of the Church because it is in the heart of God.
Jonathan Edwards explores the issue of salvation in the Old Testament.
Dai Hankey considers David's repentance in Psalm 51, and shows that humility before the Lord leads to rejoicing.
Dan Hames asks why Isaiah 9:6 refers to Jesus as 'Everlasting Father' and whether that contradicts the doctrine of the Trinity.
Peter Williams discusses the objections of many people to the Old Testament regarding violence and slavery, and shows how many classic criticisms are problematic.