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Setting the Stage (RJS)

Genesis 1-11 is primeval history and theological history. It plays an important role in the narrative of Genesis.  It sets the stage for what is to come … Abraham, Israel, the kingdoms and prophets, exile and return, the front story for the incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus and now the church.  John Walton […]



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Spirit and Scripture (RJS)

Perhaps the most neglected and disputed aspect of Christian faith is the person and role of the Holy Spirit. We (most of us anyway) will recite the Apostle’s Creed with sincerity and affirm a Trinitarian doctrine of God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and […]



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Culture And Complentarianism

Historians of American culture know that the “role” of women so important to complementarianism is as much a product of post World War 2 American cultural mores as of the Bible and of the history of women in society and church since the 1st Century. In fact, Lassie is one of your best examples. In a […]



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Bloesch on The Primacy of Scripture (RJS)

The questions surrounding Adam and Eve and the Fall in Genesis 2-3 and concerning the role of inspiration in the formation of the Bible are issues that won’t go away any time soon. They are not the only issues at play in discussions of science, Christian faith, and the intellectual coherence, but they are major […]



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Bloesch on The Primacy of Scripture (RJS)