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God’s Stories as Literary Artistry

In this particular lecture, we explore not only what the Bible says, but how the Bible says it, focusing on the narratives of the Bible. Each narrative is a carefully-crafted historical story of Jesus Christ, a story that employs the artistic and literary conventions of the time and told by authors who offer their unique and personal perspectives. Reading the narratives more carefully can help us to better read and enjoy the Word of God

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How to Decide on a Sermon Series

"Regardless of what you choose, always preach from the Word of God."

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Torah Scroll Wrap-Up

March 23,2015   |  Type: Interviews

Westminster recently received a 400-year-old Torah scroll. Watch to learn about the history of scroll-making, as well as to see this past week's dedication and unveiling event.

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Preaching Christ from All the Scriptures

Julius J. Kim's session at "The Unfolding Mystery: Reading and Applying the Bible" conference.

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Theological Implications of the Unfolding Mystery

Michael Horton's session at "The Unfolding Mystery: Reading and Applying the Bible" conference.

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Following the New Testament Model

S. M. Baugh's session at "The Unfolding Mystery: Reading and Applying the Bible" conference.

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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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Seeing the Unfolding Unity

Dennis E. Johnson's session at "The Unfolding Mystery: Reading and Applying the Bible" conference.

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The Unfolding History

W. Robert Godfrey's opening talk at "The Unfolding Mystery: Reading and Applying the Bible" conference.

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New Student Orientation Devotional

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   September 5,2007   |   Old Testament, Psalms   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The importance of the Word of God is always to challenge our way of thinking so that our minds might be transformed.

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