Category Archives: Biblical Theology

Eve’s Anticipation of the Messiah: Part Three

In the first two parts we sought to establish that 1) God promised relief in Genesis 3:15 from the curse by means of a seed of Eve and 2) Eve understood this and expressed her faith in the promise and … Continue reading

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Eve’s Anticipation of the Messiah: Part Two

In the first post we sought to establish the fact that starting with the curse in Genesis 3 the people of God were looking for someone to save them from the curse. And we would expect Eve of all people … Continue reading

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Eve’s Anticipation of the Messiah: Part One

I had the privilege of preaching the gospel at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Nashville this past Sunday. In the course of preaching on Simeon’s anticipation of the consolation of Israel in Luke 2, I mentioned that he was one in … Continue reading

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Berkhof on The Essential Character of Sin

Among the many systematic theologians out there and the systematic theologies they produce, Berkhof is among the standards for those of us in the reformed and Presbyterian camp. On page 227 of his Systematic Theology he says this about sin: … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday Anticipation

This Sunday is Palm Sunday. It is the Sunday during which we recall the entry of Christ into Jerusalem for his final week of earthly ministry leading up to and including his death, burial, and resurrection. Despite the habit of … Continue reading

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