Old Testament

The Mediator - Volume XIII, Issue 1 December 2017

English

The Mediator’s present issue features the installation speeches of five APNTS faculty members (Dick O. Eugenio, Phillip E. Davis, Daniel Behr, Rebecca Da-vis, and Lynn D. Shmidt) and the inauguration address of APNTS’s seventh president, Dr. Bruce E. Oldham.Naturally, the six inducteesrepresent six different academic disciplines.One would expect, therefore, that the articles in the present issue would exhib-it a pronounced lack of cohesion.

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Bible Studies for Children: 1 & 2 Samuel

Welcome to Bible Studies for Children: 1 & 2 Samuel! In this collection of biblical studies, the children learn about God's holiness and his faithfulness to his people, even when they made a bad choice. Bible Studies for Children: 1 & 2 Samuel is one of six books in the Bible Studies for Children series. These studies help children to gain an understanding of biblical chronology and the meaning of biblical events. As the children learn about the lives of the people in these studies, they discover God's love for all people and their place in his plans.

Discovering the Bible: Story and Faith of the Biblical Communities

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Alex Varughese

examines the Bible's amazing message and story of faith in a way that will captivate readers and impel them to learn more. Thorough, sound biblical scholarship combined with an eye-catching format and easy-to-understand writing style make this textbook a must-have for every Christian's library.

In Discovering the Bible, you'll find:

Book Review of King James Study Bible

A book review of the King James Study Bible.

English

Studying Abraham's Journey: An Inclusion of Autobiographical Reflection in Religious Curriculum

A paper submitted to Dr. James Edlin for Old Testament Literature.
 
Maurine Dickerson Research Scholarship, 2012-2013, honorable mention paper, undergraduate student category.
 
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Unity and Separation of Jesus and the Father in the Book of Revelation: A Study of Jesus’ Divinity through Divine Titles and Old Testament Allusions

This thesis compares and contrasts the views different groups of first-century Christians held in devotion to both the Father and the person of Jesus. Specifically, the ways in which John in the book of Revelation viewed Christology through the Greek Septuagint and the Hebrew Scriptures are explored. The author argues that John in Revelation interpreted “Lord” in the Old Testament to be Jesus, “God” in the Old Testament to be the Father, and “Lord God“ to represent the unity of the two.

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Wynkoop Center Resource: Women in Leadership in the Old Testament

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Sarah Derck
David Rainey
Joseph Coleson
Mark Hendrickson
Stefanie Hendrickson

This resource produced in behalf of the Wynkoop Center for Women in Ministry at Nazarene Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri, explores the biblical foundations of women's ordination.

The Collision Between Law and Grace

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Bernie Slingerland

This book was written to help the reader to understand with clarity the Ten Commandments as they are seen through the whole scope of Scripture (no compromise intended). Also, they are presented from both an Old and New Testament perspective to see how Jesus has fulfilled the Law, and the material is to be contextualized for today's student of the Bible.

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