How does the life of Abraham continue to bear witness to the Christian faith? Click here for the second half of St. Paul’s discussion about Abraham and why what happened to him was written for our sake!
After a quick recap of chapter 21, Dr. Saleska reflects on some of the fascinating ways that David’s lengthy psalm of praise in chapter 22 bears witness to the person and work of Christ. Check it out!
How does Abraham serve as a prime example of the gospel Paul is preaching? Click here to find out as Dr. German continues our journey through Romans.
Why did Martin Luther once say that this section of Romans is the “central place…of the whole Bible”? Check out this latest episode to find out!
If the Jews can’t rely on the law and circumcision (see the last episode on Romans 2), how does Paul understand their special status in the history of salvation? Click here for more of our roaming through Romans!
What makes a true “Jew”? The answer may surprise you! Click here to find out as we continue our study of Romans.
Paul makes a brilliant transition in this chapter and speaks about “the law” in ways that are delicately nuanced and leave no one untouched. Click here for the next session of our study of Romans!
Why does Paul go right into a huge discussion of sin right after proclaiming the gospel of God’s righteousness received by faith? In this podcast we answer that and more, so check it out!
A new study begins! Who were the Romans, and why did Paul write to them? What’s the point of the book, and how does it relate to us now? Click here for answers to these questions and for a look at the first half of the book’s opening chapter.
How does David’s behavior with the Gibeonites in this chapter fit into the larger narrative of Holy Scripture? Click here to find out!
How do the dramatic events of chapter 20 relate to the wider narrative of 2 Samuel and beyond? Click here to find out!
How does David’s behavior upon returning to Jerusalem foreshadow the person and work of Christ? Click here for more from Dr. Saleska about the book of 2 Samuel.
Have you ever noticed how much irony takes place throughout the account of Absalom’s death? Click here to find out!