Introduces the epistle of James as the New Testament book of wisdom, and examines the author, audience, occasion of writing, and the letter’s structure and content.
Explains how Revelation’s context and setting can help us understand its original meaning and apply its message to our own lives in the modern world.
Explores the literary composition of Revelation and explains the significance of its outline and major arguments.
Introduces perspectives on the author, audience, date and purpose of the book of Hebrews that can help us interpret the original meaning and apply this book to our modern world.
Explores the rhetorical tools the author of Hebrews used to exhort his original audience to remain faithful to Jesus, and explains how the author wove recurring elements into persuasive presentations.
Examines Genesis 2:4-3:24, the story of Adam and Eve’s sin in the garden.
Examines Genesis 4:1-6:8, describing how human beings began to fill the world with violence, and how God reacted to those troubles.
Examines Genesis 6:9-11:9, describing the direction God established for his people to follow after the great flood in the days of Noah.
Explores the confusion about prophecy, a prophet’s experience, original meaning and New Testament perspectives on Old Testament prophecy.
Explores the job titles, transitions and expectations of a prophet.
Examines humanity and covenant, Israel and covenant as well as salvation and covenant.
Explores covenant ideals, judgments and blessings.
Examines how Old Testament history provides the context for properly understanding Old Testament prophecy.
Examines three different kinds of literature within Old Testament prophecy: historical narratives, communication with God and communication with people.
Explores four topics related to prophetic words about the future: God’s sovereignty, human contingencies, degrees of certainty, and desired outcomes.