The Nature of Humankind From the Very Beginning

The fundamental features of the nature of human beings are laid down in the opening chapters of Genesis.

Richard M. Davidson

January 1, 2022

 

Death and Future Hope in the Hebrew Bible

Death in the Hebrew Bible is understood as the end of existence.

Félix H. Cortez

January 1, 2022

 

Ellen G. White’s Statements on the Heathen Being Saved

Statements of Ellen G. White concerning the heathen’s destiny reveal four intertwined themes.

Andrew Tompkins

January 1, 2022

 

Who Decided Which Books Should Be Included in the Bible?

For both Testaments the books that came to be part of the biblical canon had their own self-authenticating authority.

Kwabena Donkor

January 1, 2022

 

What Shall We Say About Sin?

Paul’s Letter to the Romans contains the most extensive teaching on sin in the New Testament.

Martin F. Hanna

October 1, 2021

 

The Tree of Life and Ethics

The imagery of the Lamb’s book of life, blood-washed robes, tree of life, and access to the eternal city presents a wonderful picture of stability, security, and promise.

Larry L. Lichtenwalter

October 1, 2021

 

Joseph, Judah, and Jesus

Divine grace is an extravagant theme in Genesis.

Jo Ann Davidson

October 1, 2021

 

A God Who Sees and Hears the “Other”

God can work through other professed Christians who are not of the same faith community to accomplish His purposes.

Daniel Royo

October 1, 2021