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.
Focuses on how prophetic eschatology developed through the historical periods of: Moses, the early prophets, the later prophets, and the New Testament.
Introduces the book of Samuel, including why and under what circumstances the book was written and how it applies to Christians today.
Examines Samuel’s role in Israel’s prelude to kingship and Saul’s failed kingship before the establishment of David as Israel’s king.
Introduces the book of Joshua, including what it meant for its original audience and what it means for us today.
Explores how Joshua called the people of Israel to live together as heirs of the Promised Land.
Reveals the significance of Israel’s call to be faithful to the terms of their covenant with God.
Explores the stories that ancient Israelites told about Abraham, their great patriarch.
Explores the original impact these stories were intended to have on the nation of Israel as they followed Moses toward the Promised Land.