Peter Williams discusses the objections of many people to the Old Testament regarding violence and slavery, and shows how many classic criticisms are problematic.
C. H. Spurgeon's sermon on Hosea 11:4 and union with Christ.
Dan Hames explores passages in the Old Testament where the Son of God appears and asks why these are significant and how they can encourage us today.
Martin Luther's utterly brilliant exposition of the first commandment from his Large Catechism.
Melvin Tinker offers some food for thought over the doctrine of creation as it relates to living as Christians.
Dan Hames explores the way Old Testament people, events, and practices prefigure and preach Jesus and his work of salvation.
Gordon Wenham's guide to academic study of the books of Moses is as useful an introduction today as it was in 1996.
Jonathan Edwards explores the issue of salvation in the Old Testament.
Mike Reeves looks at the picture of Christ and the Church in Song of Songs with the assistance of Richard Sibbes. The first of four talks.
Mike Reeves looks at the picture of Christ and the Church in Song of Songs with the assistance of Richard Sibbes. The second of four talks.