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Why the Old Testament is So Different

Joshua Van Ee's session at "The Unfolding Mystery: Reading and Applying the Bible" conference.

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Desert Island Books: Joshua Van Ee

Resident Faculty, Joshua J. Van Ee   |   November 16, 2011   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Rev. Joshua Van Ee, Assistant Professor of Old Testament, reveals the five books he would take with him to the desert island and why.

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Galatians 1:10-17

As Paul defends the Gospel that he preaches to the Galatian church he does not defend his own reputation nor give his personal testimony.

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Zechariah 14

Zecheriah presents a vision of God's judgment and salvation that finds its ultimate fulfillment in both Christ's first and second advents.

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Meet Joshua Van Ee

Resident Faculty, Joshua J. Van Ee   |   April 5, 2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Joshua Van Ee discusses being raised in the Reformed faith, his academic interests, and his experience of studying in Israel and of having done archaeological work in the Middle East.

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Proverbs 20:1

A redemptive historical analysis of the Christian's wise use of alcohol in Scripture.

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1 Corinthians 6:12-20

The Apostle Paul confronts the sexual sins of the Corinthians with the gospel - their identity as Christians.

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1 Corinthians 15:45

The resurrection involves progression and change, but also continuity because it is the work of God the Creator.

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2 Kings 3

The Lord and not Baal is the one who can provide life and salvation.

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1 Kings 6:11-13, 9:1-9

King Solomon was a 2nd Adam figure given the task to build God's house and the possibility of merited prosperity and blessing.

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Mark 7:24-30

An analysis of Mark's account of Jesus and the Syrophoenician woman.

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