Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska’s thoughts on how the book of Ruth concludes and how such an account testifies to the person and work of Christ.
Naomi and Ruth devised a plan in chapter 2, and in chapter 3 we learn how it begins to unfold. Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska’s thoughts on the twists and turns in Ruth’s interaction with Boaz.
We’ve made our way through the psalms of Asaph and have encountered one of the psalms of the sons of Korah once again. Click here to listen to Dr. German discuss Psalm 84, which is all about the Lord’s dwelling place.
Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska reflect on the interaction between Ruth and Boaz.
We continue our journey through the psalms of Asaph with Psalm 80. Click here to listen to Dr. German reflect on how this rich text relates to the person and work of Jesus Christ.
In this podcast we begin our study of the book of Ruth, a fascinating account of God’s faithfulness to the people of Israel during the dark period of the judges.
In this podcast Dr. German discusses how Psalm 74, which laments over the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem, relates to the destruction of the “Temple” of Jesus’ body (John 2:19). Enjoy!
We’ve reached the conclusion of the book of Judges, which recounts an Israelite civil war and its aftermath. Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska reflect on a time when “everyone did what was right in his own eyes.”
We’ve reached Book III in the Psalter, which transitions to a group of psalms by Asaph. Click here to listen to Dr. German on Psalm 73.
We’ve reached one of the most disturbing chapters in the entire Old Testament. Click here for Dr. Saleska’s reflections on Judges 19.
We’ve reach a major turning point in the Book of Psalms. Click here to find out why!
The book of Judges continues its downward spiral with Micah, his Levite, and the tribe of Dan in chapters 17-18.
Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska reflect on the conclusion of the Samson narrative.
After some brief remarks about Psalms 61-68, Dr. German reflects on how Psalm 69 is a rich testimony to the person and work of Christ.
We’ve made it to the Samson narrative in the book of Judges. Here’s Dr. Saleska on Samson’s birth and his pursuit of a Philistine wife!