This article sounds an alarm regarding the trends that have been taking place in evangelical thinking on the doctrine of Scripture. The author deals with issues like the divinity of Scripture, the agency or instrumentality of man, the infallibility and inerrancy of Scripture, their authority, and their preservation.
This article is an exposition of Hebrews 2:2-4.
This article examines how the historical books of the Old Testament point to Christ. The author shows that the faithfulness of God anticipates Christ coming, while the failures of the people necessitate Christ's coming. The role of prophets, priests and kings described in the Old Testament also forshadows Christ.
Looking at the biblical covenants in which God is the participant, this article discusses the nature of the covenant, the language used for the covenant, the manner in which covenants are established, and the manner in which God reacts to covenant violation. All of these things point to the permanence of the covenant. The author then applies this to the covenant of marriage.