The resurrection of Jesus is of greater significance than we often imagine. This article looks at the meaning of Jesus’ resurrection in relation to creation. It argues that Jesus’ resurrection points to a certain hope of the new heaven and earth, which is brought by the power of the Spirit for the glory of the Father.
The death of Jesus is of greater significance than we often imagine. This article looks at the signs surrounding Jesus' death, as recorded in Matthew 27:51ff.—the signs of the torn curtain, the earthquake, the open tombs, and the confession of the centurion—and how they relate to creation.
Jesus’ suffering has an impact on the mourning of creation. This article is based on Romans 8 and argues that just as Adam’s sin affected creation, Jesus’ suffering brings reconciliation and renewal. This article shows how the curse has been dealt with.
This article looks at the concept of praise throughout the Old and New Testament, showing that the foundation of praise is God. The author explains that praising God is the centre of the Christian life and is a response to the revelation of the Triune God.
This article looks at the concept of house and household throughout Luke and Acts. Luke uses this concept to describe how the gospel changes social structures. The author discusses the kingdom and the organization of the early church.