What is a covenant? To answer this question this article looks at the relationship between covenant, sonship, and being united with Christ.
What is worship? This article gives an overview of worship from the Garden to the New Jerusalem. It argues that the theology of worship cannot be separated from the practice of worship.
The practice of seeing and reading Scripture through the redemptive-historical approach is one that finds its root in the Bible. This article shows how this practice disappeared during the Middle Ages under the fourfold sense interpretation of Scripture. However, the redemptive-historical interpretation approach was not lost forever, it was recovered under the Reformation. This article discusses this rediscovery.
The practice of seeing and reading Scripture through the redemptive-historical approach is one that finds its root in the Bible. This article looks at how the apostles read through redemptive-historical eyes, and how the church fathers continued in this practice. It also discusses the place of typology and allegory in interpreting the Bible.
Should the church still sing the Psalms today? Are they not songs of the old covenant? God's church is called to sing all the Psalms. In singing the Psalms, we learn about the life God calls us to, the beauty of Christ, and the justice of God. Singing the Psalms will also enrich God's church to think about some topics which may be difficult. In singing Psalms, we sing God's word back to Him.