Two Testaments, One Bible: The Theological Relationship Between the Old and New Testaments

Two Testaments, One Bible: The Theological Relationship Between the Old and New Testaments

The relevance and meaning of the Old Testament and its relation to the New Testament is the most important question in the field of hermeneutics. The answers we give to this question, deter-mines the character of our faith. Do we think that we can build our faith only on the New Testament or are we [...]

First Theology: God, Scripture & Hermeneutics

First Theology: God, Scripture & Hermeneutics

When doing theology must we start with God, the Bible or hermeneutics? For postmodernism we must start with hermeneutics. God and the Bible as his Word are not seen as objective realities but only as realities with can only be discussed in the context of faith- and reading-communities. Already some years ago Kevin VanHoozer in [...]

From the Mouth of God

From the Mouth of God

Why should we believe that – as Jesus our Lord and Savior – that the Bible is the mouth of God. In From the Mouth of God Sinclair Ferguson, a former minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Colombia, South Carolina and a former professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, answers this question. [...]

From Creation to New Creation (Daniel M. Gurtner and Benjamin L. Gladd)

From Creation to New Creation (Daniel M. Gurtner and Benjamin L. Gladd)

G.K. Beale is renowned not only for his really excellent commentary on Revelation but also for his studies on the relationship between the New Testament and the Old Testament; for example how the New Testament uses the Old Testament. The writings of Beale are characterized by a keen insight in the importance of salvation history [...]