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Psalm 47

This psalm celebrates the God who fulfilled his promises to Abraham.

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The Clothing Motif in the Joseph Narrative

References to the garments of Joseph provide a unifying pattern to the story of Joseph and ultimately Joseph is a type of Christ.

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Abraham, Isaac and the Land

Abraham ensures that his son will be in the land but not of the land.

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Christ, Through Faith Alone

In Genesis 15 the LORD came to Abraham to make to him three promises: to be his shield, to give him a Seed, and to be his Savior and Abraham received the substance of the covenant of grace, Christ, through faith alone and Christ’s righteousness was credited to him for righteousness.

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A Foreigner Purchases Property in the Promised Land

Because he trusts God's promise for his descendants, Abraham claims a piece of property in the promised land. 

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Saving the Reformation

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   March 4, 2019   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

In this episode, Office Hours talks to Dr. W. Robert Godfrey about his new book, "Saving the Reformation."

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Teaching Abraham Righteousness and Justice

God uses his judgment on Sodom and Gomorrah to train Abraham in righteousness and justice. Abraham sees both God’s righteous judgment and his righteous mercy.

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Jacob’s Sacrifice

The account of Jacob's sacrifice in Genesis 46:1-7 reveals the extent of God's gracious transformation of Jacob as he trusts God to fulfill the promises even as he leaves the promised land of Canaan. 

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To All the Nations

God’s promise of the gospel to Abraham is rooted in creation but ultimately unfolds in the glories of the gospel fulfilled by Christ.

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Spring 2019 Opening President’s Chapel

The Spring 2019 opening President's chapel.

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The Relevance of Dort in Oprah’s America

The Synod of Dort is a model of the church at work, expressing the mind and hearts of the saints as they reflected deeply on the Word of God. 

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Dort and the Holy Exercises of Piety

A pastoral concern for the well-being of Christ’s sheep motivated the Synod of Dort from its inception to the final formulation of its statements.  

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Unconditional Election and the Free Offer of the Gospel

One of the first points the orthodox Reformed reaffirmed years before the Great Synod of Dort is that God freely offers salvation to all in the “serious” and “promiscuous” or free and well-meant offer of the gospel.  

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A Real Atonement for Real Sinners

Did Jesus make salvation possible for all or did he actually save his people from their sins?

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