Posts tagged 'New Testament'

A New Testament Commentary to Cross Divides

A great deal of biblical scholarship is written for academics and fails to edify readers or strengthen their Christian ministry. Yet, Christians need to be nourished by the word of God so they can mature in faith and righteousness. Filling this gap, The Branch Exposition of the Bible is a resource for preachers, scholars, and everyday Christians alike, to help open God’s word and shed its light into life, ministry and teaching.

24 September 2020

Migration and Displacement Woven into the Fabric of the Biblical Narrative

Migration has been a reality since the beginning of time. It was the process through which people found places to build homes and communities that could sustain them. It is a phenomenon of human history that permeates the biblical narrative. Rupen Das looks at how the movement of people (both forced and voluntary) weaves through biblical history, not as a background to the main narrative but as fundamental to God’s purposes.

9 July 2020

COVID-19 Universals

The global pandemic of COVID-19 and the coronavirus, with its ensuing lockdown measures and crippling economic impact shows no sign of abating despite some countries being able to ease restrictions. It has changed everything for everyone. Or has it?

Mark Meynell, Associate Director for Langham Preaching gives some nourishment for our souls with five Bible passages applied to the current crisis.

22 June 2020