People coming for biblical counseling often struggle with the question of assurance of salvation. Perhaps they have misunderstood what assurance is (for example, they might believe that they have assurance because they prayed a sinner’s prayer as a child), or it could be that they are rightly lacking assurance because they have not been […]
Read part one of this post here. How fitting, therefore, that Jeremiah’s ministry in chapters 30 to 33 is one of much needed comfort: He is commanded to write in a book of how the days are coming when Yahweh will restore the fortunes of Israel and Judah, bringing them back to the land, […]
When Paul wrote that all Scripture is “breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” (2 Tim 3:16), he was writing in context about the Old Testament Scriptures, which he also said were able to make one wise “for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus” […]
Editor’s Note: This post is part 1 of 2 of a series about Isaiah. In this series of posts, Jason Kruis provides an overview of the book of Isaiah looking at judgement, historical interlude, salvation, and a homework example. Series Intro When Paul wrote that all Scripture is “breathed out by God and profitable […]
This is Session 1 of Track 2 of BCDC 2016 at Calvary Bible Church. This answers question 18 of the ACBC theology exam.
This is Session 5 of Track 2 of BCDC 2016 at Calvary Bible Church. This answers question 7 of the ACBC theology exam.