Let Me Die with the Philistines: The Aroma of Christ in the Life of Samson

by Contributor David Voetberg The title of this article may strike some as odd being that Samson is one of those Old Testament characters we typically think of as someone who almost never got it right. Could there really be a glimpse of the Saviour in the life of a man like Samson? Despite his… Read More Let Me Die with the Philistines: The Aroma of Christ in the Life of Samson

A Metanarrative of God’s Created Realms (Part 1)

by Guest Contributor Don Brooks (bio at bottom of post) Before diving into this topic it is important I describe some caveats or guiding principles of my approach. These caveats will describe in general terms how I understand the metanarrative of the invisible realm and its involvement in the story of what God has done… Read More A Metanarrative of God’s Created Realms (Part 1)

But God – Part 2: Judgement, Promises and Grace (Genesis 3:8-24)

by Editor Michael Brooks We continue the second entry in our “But God” series. You can find the introductory entry here. As we examine God’s actions in history as testified in the Scriptures we must begin, at the beginning. This beginning is when God created the good and perfect world, created the crown of creation… Read More But God – Part 2: Judgement, Promises and Grace (Genesis 3:8-24)

But God: A Study of the Actions of God in History – Part 1

The two most important words in all of Scripture are “But God”. These two words form the hinge on which all of human history swings. Throughout the New Testament we see authors laying out the reality of our condition. The New Testament authors tell us of our rebellious allegiances, our evil desires, and our desire… Read More But God: A Study of the Actions of God in History – Part 1