How the Kingship of Jesus Is Good News
This article explains why it is good news that Jesus is King. In doing so it addresses three aspects of his kingship: how he is a king, how his’ kingdom is already and not yet, and how we can participate in his kingdom.
The Early Messianic "Afterlife" of the Tree Metaphor in Ezekiel 17:22-24
This article examines some of the early interpretations of Ezekiel 17. It notes the relationship between the metaphor of a tree and kingship in the ancient Near East and then examines how it functioned in 4QEzekiel, the Septuagint, Targum Ezekiel, and the Shepherd of Hermas.
Is Jeremiah 33:14-26 a "Centre" to the Bible? A Test Case in Inter-Canonical Hermeneutics
Can Jeremiah 33:14-26 be seen as a centre of the Bible? The article draws attention to six intercanonical themes that cluster in this passage as God promises here to restore his people. These themes are messianic hope, land, kingship, priesthood, covenant, and election.
King Solomon – Long Live the King!
Chapter 1 is a study of 1 Kings 1:33-34. It indicates God’s royal kingship over his people and the choices it leads his people to make. A study guide is added at the end of the chapter.
The Glory of Christ Our Eternal King
Looking at the basics of Christian faith, this article shows that recognizing the authority of Christ and His kingship is vital, and has implications for discipleship.