The wisdom literature of the Bible exists primarily in the Hebrew Scriptures but the New Testament capitalizes on the wisdom literature and in Colossians 2:23 and 3:16 the Apostle Paul applies basic themes and structure from the wisdom literature to the Christian doctrine and practice of worship.
"What I love about teaching here is the passion of the students for the scriptures, for the truth, for the Gospel. That's what gets me out of bed every day."
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