Sin Does Not Go Unpunished
Does This Have to Be in a Sermon?
Luke 12:57-59 – Debtor's Prison and the Future of Israel
Kinman wants to reconsider the exegesis of Luke 12:57-59. He provides reasons to question the consensus interpretation. His reasons are based on three factors that he considers: the literary setting of the passage in its context, the phenomenon of debt in Hellenistic law, and the language of the passage itself.
Left Behind by Grace Alone
The article addresses a few themes from the account of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. These include being lured by the sinful luxuries of this world, and the need to be alert in the face of the impending judgment of God. Above all this, the article shows that it is by God's grace that some are left behind while others are swept away in judgment.
The Function of the Conscience of Man
This article is about the function that the conscience has in knowing good and evil, right and wrong. It also talks about the function of the conscience of the unbeliever when he comes before the judgment of God.
The Sifting Effect of Preaching
Worthy of Full Acceptance
Micah 2:7 – Divine Impatience
Revelation 6:5-6 – The Black Horseman
Psalm 58 – Prayers of Judgment
This article is about sin, guilt and the judgment of God. The author also discusses the righteousness and holiness of God, sin and the wrath of God, total depravity, and the ungodly and the forgiveness of God.