Why The Church Should Love The Jew

On Saturday, October 27, America experienced its latest senseless tragedy when a lone gunman entered a synagogue shouting anti-Semitic words and killed eleven innocent lives. For those who thought anti-Semitism was a thing of the past, this incident came as a fresh...

Too Good To Be True: Christ Died For Sin

In a previous blog, I called attention to the fact the Gospel, with its central claim that God became a human being, is among those things often said to be “too good to be true.” In this second blog in the series, we continue to present another primary Gospel theme...

Blessed Is He Who Reads

One of the joys of teaching the Scriptures for over forty years has been those times when I have taught the book of Revelation to a particular church or group of saints. Indeed, to this day, Revelation is the most requested series in our library. People...

Too Good To Be True: The Man Christ Jesus

Most of us are familiar with the saying, “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is.” We all know how this applies from personal experience with advertisers. I recently received a fake check for one million dollars which I was told I could cash upon...

Why Legalism Won’t Tame Lust

Pope Francis finally admitted the Catholic Church’s problem with priests who abuse children and others. This problem has surfaced over many years, but the Pope finally took responsibility for the failure of the Church to protect the innocent. To say it was long...

Itching Ears

Twin letters penned by the Apostle Paul to Timothy, his young son in the faith, are commonly referred to as pastoral letters. They contain pastoral instruction for a young leader, written by a seasoned veteran who is about to depart this earth (see II Timothy 4:6)....

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Why The Church Should Love The Jew

On Saturday, October 27, America experienced its latest senseless tragedy when a lone gunman entered a synagogue shouting anti-Semitic words and killed eleven innocent lives. For those who thought anti-Semitism was a thing of the past, this incident came as a fresh...

Too Good To Be True: Christ Died For Sin

In a previous blog, I called attention to the fact the Gospel, with its central claim that God became a human being, is among those things often said to be “too good to be true.” In this second blog in the series, we continue to present another primary Gospel theme...

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New Covenant Life

Many Christians today say they believe in the ‘new covenant’ but how they live their lives tells another story. While parroting New Covenant theology, believers too often actually live from an old covenant mindset. In his new book, New Covenant Life, Neil Silverberg draws deeply from the promise of the New Covenant spoken by the Prophet Jeremiah (31:31-34), applying what he shares to Christian living today. The result is a book that not only reveals the richness of New Covenant theology; it practically challenges believers to examine their lives in the light of the promises God made under a new covenant. Quite frankly, without the New Covenant, there is no Gospel message. New Covenant Life teaches believers to understand, embrace and live out the New Covenant promises.

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