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New Testament Studies

  • 90 Percent of All Lepers

    Calvin Miller
    90 Percent of All Lepers Good lepers are those who are healed and never forget the disease they once had. They remember how good clean feels. Bad lepers, on the other hand, are those who are healed and go on acting as if they never had the disease. This Thanksgiving sermon encourages us to model our lives after the leper who returned to give thanks.
  • The Risks and Rewards of Mentioning Those Parts of the Old Testament

    Eugene A. Curry
    The Risks and Rewards of Mentioning Those Parts of the Old Testament What's it like to preach on the morally problematic passages of the Old Testament in connection with modern, Christian faith?
  • Don't Follow Your Heart

    Alex Crain
    Don't Follow Your Heart "Follow your heart” has become the slang way of saying listen to your intuition. And while that may work well for choosing a career that fits your skills, passions, and personality, it doesn’t work so well for your motives.
  • When We All Get to Heaven?

    Russell Moore
    When We All Get to Heaven? Heaven is the expectation of Christians that life does not end with physical death but, for the redeemed, continues eternally in the presence of Christ.
  • Facing Today with the Book of Hebrews

    John D. Barry
    Facing Today with the Book of Hebrews When we read the book of Hebrews, we encounter a community of Christians living in a time of trial, struggling to understand God in the midst of suffering. Their story is our story.
  • "Soul" Searching in Deuteronomy 6:5: A Hebrew Word Study without Hebrew

    Andrew B. Perrin
    How well does the English translation "soul" in this verse convey the meaning of the underlying Hebrew word?
  • Praying to Our Father

    Praying to Our Father The next time you attend a prayer meeting, pay close attention to the manner in which individuals address God.
  • Where to Look When You're in Trouble

    Tullian Tchividjian
    Where to Look When You're in Trouble The gospel is not a command to hang onto Jesus. Rather, it’s a promise that no matter how weak your faith may be in seasons of spiritual depression, God is always holding on to you.
  • False Start? Controversy Over Adam & Eve

    Albert Mohler
    False Start? Controversy Over Adam & Eve The denial of an historical Adam and Eve as the first parents of all humanity and the solitary first human pair severs the link between Adam and Christ which is so crucial to the Gospel.
  • Three Steps to Shrink Spiritually

    Matt Johnson
    Three Steps to Shrink Spiritually Yes, shrink. Because that's what you need to do. What shrinks our "me-centered" spiritual aspirations and gets our feet back on solid ground again?
  • Are Women Really "Saved Through Childbearing?"

    Mary Kassian
    Are Women Really The phrase sounds extremely sexist and abrasive, even non-sensical to the modern ear. But there is truth and freedom here if we are willing to go looking for it.
  • Does it matter if we're cremated or buried?

    John Piper
    Does it matter if we're cremated or buried?
  • Paul's Lost Letters

    Michael S. Heiser
    Paul's Lost Letters There's been a lot of recent discussion about how we got the New Testament. What's if it's not all Dan Brown-style fiction?
  • Is the Sabbath Still Required for Christians?

    Thomas R. Schreiner
    Is the Sabbath Still Required for Christians? Jesus does not clearly abolish the Sabbath, nor does he violate its stipulations. But if the Sabbath is a holdover from the Mosaic covenant, are Christians bound to observe it?
  • Nine Ways to Know That the Gospel of Christ Is True

    John Piper
    Nine Ways to Know That the Gospel of Christ Is True A compelling list shared by John Piper explaining how we can be sure Jesus was who He claimed to be.
  • God for Us ~ Romans 8:31-39

    R.C. Sproul
    God for Us ~ Romans 8:31-39 We may feel at times that God has departed from us. How do we counter such feelings? Apart from God's sovereign grace, how can we be safe for all eternity?
  • The Value of Learning History: A Lesson From Jude

    John Piper
    The Value of Learning History:  A Lesson From Jude The little letter of Jude teaches us something about the value of learning history. This is not the main point of the letter. But it is striking.
  • Love Like Jesus

    Woodrow Kroll
    Love Like Jesus To see what fruit pleases the Lord, read the Word with the sole intent of identifying every action verb—those "good works" that both Jesus and His disciples practiced.
  • Romans: Cornerstone of Christian Living

    Charles Swindoll
    Romans: Cornerstone of Christian Living Why must righteousness be a gift from God? Because all humanity is unrighteous, corrupted by sin and unable to live according to God's perfect standards. So suggests Paul in his "grandest, most comprehensive statement of the gospel," the letter to the Romans.
  • When There’s Strife, There’s Self: In Pursuit of Radical Humility

    Walk Thru the Bible
    When There’s Strife, There’s Self: In Pursuit of Radical Humility Even in the setting of the fellowship of believers, "spiritual" can turn to "selfish" in a heartbeat.