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Matthew 27:51, Colossians 1:13
Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   March 25,2008   |  Scripture: New Testament, Matthew, Colossians   |  Category: Morning Devotions Series, Signs of the Cross

The earth shaking at the sight of the Son of God crucified reveals the universal and cosmological implications of the atonement.

2 Kings 20:1-7
Resident Faculty, Joel E. Kim   |   March 27,2008   |  Scripture: Old Testament, 2 Kings   |  Category: Morning Devotions Series, 1 & 2 Kings

By the illness and healing sovereignly brought upon Hezekiah, the Lord causes him to completely turn and trust in the Lord.

2 Kings 12:1-21
Resident Faculty, Dennis E. Johnson   |   March 28,2008   |  Scripture: Old Testament, 2 Kings   |  Category: Morning Devotions Series, 1 & 2 Kings

The life of Joash teaches us that receiving the finest theological training does not immunize you from apostasy.

You are My Witnesses
Resident Faculty, Julius J. Kim   |   April 1,2008   |  Category: Articles

If evangelism is primarily about what we say, who then should witness?

John 20:19-31
Resident Faculty, Derke P. Bergsma   |   April 1,2008   |  Scripture: New Testament, John   |  Category: Morning Devotions Series

Confronted with visible proof of the resurrection, Jesus promises blessing to those who receive Him by faith, not sight.

A Christian Anthropology for Contemporary Bioethics
Resident Faculty, David M. VanDrunen   |   April 1,2008   |  Category: Articles

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.


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