J. V. Fesko
Mark challenges many of the purveying views as to who Jesus was by showing that someone greater than all of the Old Testament institutions was present.
Office Hours talks with Dr. J. V. Fesko about the sanctification crisis in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
In the Gospel of Mark, the account of Jesus' feeding of the five thousand is replete with Old Testament imagery taken from the Exodus.
Dr. J. V. Fesko makes a biblical, confessional, and practical case that Christians are called to confrontation based on the scriptural image of God as warrior leading his warrior people.
A defense of the Reformed tradition's exegesis of Romans 8:29-30 and the doctrine of the ordo salutis.