A Gospel-Centered Manifesto Part 3

A right eschatology does not liberate us from the present; it liberates us for the present. An Aside: Apocalyptic language and metaphor As Matthew Malcolm4 shares, If you’ve encountered the opinion that unless we interpret the Bible “literally” we are not doing justice to it, this could be a useful resource: The Charge of Replacement […]

Israel Part Four

In Matthew’s gospel Jesus refers to Himself—in relatively rapid succession—as the greater temple (12:6), a greater Jonah (12:41), and a greater Solomon (12:42). In other words, He is the greatest Prophet, Priest, and King, and thus “the ultimate” of every institution that comprises the distinct character of Israel. To reiterate the point you make above, […]