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Christ in the Old Testament

Thomas R. Schreiner — July 24, 2014

  When we study, preach or teach the Old Testament (OT) should we talk about Jesus Christ? Is it hermeneutically sound to see Christ in the OT? Let’s hear the words of the best interpreter of the OT in history. When Cleopas and his companion were doubting that Jesus was the Messiah because He suffered…

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The hero story

James M. Hamilton — July 22, 2014

  Have you heard the ballad of the hoped-for hero? Ancient prophecies foretell his coming. Not altogether clear, shrouded in mystery, but enough to kindle hopes and keep the flickering flame alive. Everything depends on his coming. In fact, if these prophecies aren’t realized, there is no final defense against evil. No ultimate hope. No…

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To the Ends of the Earth

Matt Damico — July 18, 2014

  EDITOR’S NOTE: In what follows, Michael A.G. Haykin, professor of church history and biblical spirituality at Southern Seminary, discusses his new book — co-written with freelance writer and alumnus C. Jeffrey Robinson Sr. — To the Ends of the Earth, with Towers book review contributor Matt Damico.  MD: Why is this book necessary? MAGH:…

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Raising future men and women

Randy Stinson & Dan Dumas — July 14, 2014

Missions for a post 9/11 world

M. David Sills & Jeff Walters — June 30, 2014


That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.