After God's Own Heart – David, Abraham, and Ruth
The dynasty of David is central to the Bible's message of salvation. In Chapter 2 the author focuses on the book of Ruth to demonstrate God’s faithfulness in preserving the house of David in order to fulfill his promises to Abraham.
After God's Own Heart – David and Biblical Theology
The house of David is central to the Bible's message of salvation. Boda explores in Chapter 1 the theological theme of David and his household. He starts with David and New Testament theology, and proceeds to trace in the Old Testament the relationship between King David and God as king. Relevant passages considered are 1 Samuel 8, Romans 1:3, and 2 Corinthians 6:18.
The Davidic Promise and the Inclusion of the Gentiles (Amos 9:9-15 and Acts 15:13-18): A Test Passage for Theological Systems
What is the relationship of the Old Testament to the New? What is the exegetical method(s) employed by the New Testament's use of the Old? Wherein can we find elements of continuity and/or discontinuity between Israel and the church? Who are the “people of God” and what is the “kingdom of God”?