Articles and Explorations
Esther G. Cen | June, 2019
This article uses a combination of metaphorical analytic methods (particularly blending theory) and the sociolinguistic notion of intertextuality to demonstrate that Paul uses not only Hebrew Scriptures and Second Temple Literature allusions but also shared knowledge based on physical experience and cultural contexts to persuade the Corinthian church of the harmful effects of tolerating moral impurity within the community and the necessity of removing it (1 Cor 5).
Divine Scripture in Human Understanding: A Systematic Theology of the Christian Bible. By Joseph K. Gordon
Brett Vanderzee | January, 2020
ESV Systematic Theology Study Bible. Edited by Christopher Morgan, Robert Peterson, and Stephen Wellum
Alden Bass | January, 2020