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A Dynamic Relationship: Christ, the Covenants, and Israel by Prof. Cory M. Marsh

A Dynamic Relationship: Christ, the Covenants, and Israel The notion of covenant is both popular and controversial within biblical theology. Occupying the center of the debate on all sides are questions related to Jesus Christ and His relationship or involvement in each of the covenants. Hermeneutical implications raise questions such as: Are all the covenants …

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Delayed To Move

Ben! Tears covered his face as he prayed of surrender and laying his life before God. He gave thanks for all he had and all that was happening, welcoming the Lord to lead his life. Being humbled to be in this circle, I was thrilled for Ben. I was so in love with the moment and my heart was full. We finished our prayers and I asked Ben if he wanted to hear what Jesus had to say to him. Receiving the expected yes, I grabbed the Good News Bible

Trusted Assurance

Trusted Assurance By Katrina Carter Katrina Carter (not pictured) is a student at Southern California Seminary. She is currently on mission in Mongolia and is chronicling her journey for us. You can read her first essay here. Praying for the sick Things have been progressing quite rapidly here in Mongolia, hallelujah! With English classes suddenly …

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Prof. Cory M. Marsh to present at the ETS Far-West Regional in 2018

Prof. Cory M. Marsh to present a paper on, “Christological Doxology Through Suffering: A Hermeneutical Case Study of John 9 Concerning Physical Handicaps,”  at the Evangelical Theological Society in Arizona in April, 2018. In John 9:2–4, Jesus gets hung on the horns of a false dilemma when His disciples asked for the reason why a …

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