Category Archive: Hell

Feb 08

Michael Boling – Exegetical Paper on Psalm 72

INTRODUCTION Psalm 72 has been explicated by biblical scholars as Messianic due to similarities with Messianic prophecies contained in Isaiah 11:1-5 and Isaiah 60-62. As noted by Derek Kidner, “as a royal psalm it prayed for the reigning king, and was a strong reminder of his high calling; yet it exalted this so far beyond …

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Nov 26

Ryan Reeves – Apostle’s Creed (In 90 Seconds)

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Oct 13

Book Review – A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old and New Testament

I have owned or own numerous single volume or collected sets of introductions to the Bible. Some have been quite helpful in my studies, personal or academic, and others have been shall we say a bit lackluster and somewhat disappointing. Given the plethora of biblical introduction style commentaries that have made their way in and …

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Aug 30

Michael Boling – A Form of Godliness: Fasting, Social Justice and the Sabbath: An Exposition of Isaiah 58:1-14

Exposition of the Text Introduction The pericope of Isaiah 58:1-14 is an exhortation-laden oracle denouncing Israel’s lack of spiritual perspicuity and their penchant to acquiesce to pagan cultic rituals as a method to coerce God into action. Through the prophet Isaiah, God declared that a complete dénouement to such behavior was a precursor to the …

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Jun 21

Book Review – Visual Theology: Seeing and Understanding the Truth About God

Admittedly I am a very visual learner. Many times when my wife is attempting to describe her vision for a future home renovation project, it is difficult for me to put her words into a mental picture of what she is trying to get across. I need a blueprint or a picture at least to …

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Feb 22

John Piper – 1 Peter 2:18–20, Part 3: God Will Reward Every Wrong Endured

Jesus says that those who follow him will suffer, and many of you will suffer for doing good. In this lab, John Piper reminds us of God’s love for us in every trial, and uncovers the promise that one day he will make every wrong right. Please follow and like us:

Feb 01

Ken Ham – What is the Gospel?

Understanding the foundational aspects of the gospel in Genesis is a vital key to unlock a powerful method of evangelism to reach the world for Christ. Surely the answer to this question is obvious to the average Christian. The word gospel means “good news.” When Christians talk about the gospel, they are presenting the good …

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Dec 20

Intelmin Week in Review – 14-20 December 2015

Here is what made it on Intelmin last week: John Piper – 1 Corinthians 15:9–10, Part 3: Grace Supplies Strength for Today http://intelmin.org/2015/12/john-piper-1-corinthians-159-10-part-3-grace-supplies-strength-for-today/ Jesse Johnson – The Myth of Race http://intelmin.org/2015/12/jesse-johnson-the-myth-of-race/ Mike Riccardi – Bad Doctrine vs. Heresy: An Exercise in Theological Triage http://intelmin.org/2015/12/mike-riccardi-bad-doctrine-vs-heresy-an-exercise-in-theological-triage/ A. W. Pink – Missing God’s Best http://intelmin.org/2015/12/a-w-pink-missing-gods-best/ John Bunyan – …

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Dec 13

Intelmin Week in Review – 7-13 December 2015

Here is what made it on Intelmin last week: John Owen – Discourse Concerning the Holy Spirit http://intelmin.org/2015/12/john-owen-discourse-concerning-the-holy-spirit/ Phillip Holmes – God’s Grace Is Mind-Blowing http://intelmin.org/2015/12/phillip-holmes-gods-grace-is-mind-blowing/ Nick Batzig – The Internal Witness of Scripture http://intelmin.org/2015/12/nick-batzig-the-internal-witness-of-scripture/ Albert Mohler – Patience is Not Optional for the Christian http://intelmin.org/2015/12/albert-mohler-patience-is-not-optional-for-the-christian/ Michael Boling – Interacting With Opposing Viewpoints http://intelmin.org/2015/12/michael-boling-interacting-with-opposing-viewpoints/ Book …

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Dec 11

Book Review – Uncensored: Daring to Embrace the Entire Bible

I would submit most believers are familiar with 2 Timothy 3:16, a passage that declares all of Scripture is God-breathed and thus profitable in the life of the believer and for the proclamation of the gospel. Yet, we have to admit there are some parts of the Bible that make us blush, cause us to …

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