The earth shaking at the sight of the Son of God crucified reveals the universal and cosmological implications of the atonement.
By the illness and healing sovereignly brought upon Hezekiah, the Lord causes him to completely turn and trust in the Lord.
The life of Joash teaches us that receiving the finest theological training does not immunize you from apostasy.
If evangelism is primarily about what we say, who then should witness?
Confronted with visible proof of the resurrection, Jesus promises blessing to those who receive Him by faith, not sight.
Regarding bioethics, perhaps no doctrine is more important than anthropology. Having a biblically-grounded anthropology certainly does not guarantee an easy answer to every bioethical question, but it does provide necessary context for evaluating bioethics conundrums.