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February 15, 2022 | ZA Blog
Jewish Sects During the Time of Jesus: The Revolutionary Movements
One mistake we make when approaching the New Testament is to assume that the culture in Israel was monolithic. At the time of Jesus, Israel ...
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February 14, 2022 | ZA Blog
Ruth and Boaz: A Cute Little Love Story or Much More?
In the second chapter of Ruth, we’re introduced to Boaz, a wealthy landowner and relative of Naomi’s late husband. Boaz treats Ruth with ten...
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February 11, 2022 | ZA Blog
The Curse of Ham and Biblical Justifications for Slavery
The ideological battle over slavery that led to the Civil War was fought on multiple fronts. For nineteenth-century churchgoers, this inclu...
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February 8, 2022 | ZA Blog
What Is the Nature and Purpose of the Gift of Prophecy?
One area where cessationists and continuationists can find themselves in sharp disagreement is around the topic of prophecy. In Understandin...
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February 7, 2022 | Bill Mounce
The Myth of “Literal Translations” (1 Tim 4:13) - Mondays with Mounce
Have you ever noticed that when you see something, perhaps something new or different, all of a sudden you start seeing it everywhere? You s...
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January 22, 2022 | ZA Blog
The New Covenant, Hebrews 8, and Christianity’s Relationship with Judaism
On some level, the Book of Hebrews is a book about covenants. At its heart, Hebrews focuses on the superiority of Christ’s covenant, encoura...
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January 21, 2022 | ZA Blog
What Does the Bible Say About Faith? A Look at Hebrews 11
If you’re looking for a biblical definition of faith, the eleventh chapter of Hebrews is an inspiring and informative place to start. In The...
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January 10, 2022 | Bill Mounce
Everything All of You Do Should be Done in Love (1 Corinthians 16:13–14)
Paul is ending his letter to the Corinthian church and concludes with a general admonition. V 13 illustrates the issue of aspect, and v 14 s...
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December 13, 2021 | Bill Mounce
Where O Where Did the Comma Go? (1 Cor 13:2) - Mondays with Mounce
Sometimes the absence of a comma can significantly alter the meaning of a passage, and its inclusion can clarify. 1 Corinthians 13:2 provide...
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December 10, 2021 | ZA Blog
Understanding Cessationism from a Continuationist Perspective
In Understanding Spiritual Gifts, Sam Storms addresses common questions and misunderstandings around the topic of spiritual gifts. One of th...
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December 6, 2021 | Bill Mounce
Who is Lower than the Angels? (Hebrews 2:6–8) - Mondays with Mounce
The challenge of translating Hebrews 2:6–8 is that the original context (Psalm 8) was talking about people in general (plural), but the auth...
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November 8, 2021 | Bill Mounce
Encouragement for Exhausted Pastors (2 Tim 1:10) - Mondays with Mounce
Adverbial participles are flexible little critters with a wide swatch of possible meanings. Usually their meaning is relatively clear, somet...
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November 1, 2021 | Bill Mounce
What Word Should I Study, and Why Italics Annoy Me - Mondays with Mounce
Everyone likes to do a Greek word study. Of all the things that we learn in Greek class, this is the one that stays with us the longest. The...
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October 31, 2021 | Emily Voss
Reformed Theology Sale
We love to remember Reformation Day by giving our readers discounts! This year we are offering up to 90% off 35 titles from reformed thinker...
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October 22, 2021 | ZA Blog
Grace in the Old Testament
When we talk about God’s grace, it’s easy to focus on the example and teachings of Jesus. Throughout his life, the Lord demonstrated grace i...
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October 12, 2021 | ZA Blog
What Is the Inerrancy Debate and How Should We Think about It?
This article is adapted from Seven Things I Wish Christians Knew about the Bible by Michael F. Bird.When God speaks through human authors, h...
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