Redemptive History Archive

Exodus 1

September 11, 2012

It is essential to read Exodus as the second installment or chapter of the grand history of redemption.


The Kingdom of God and the Lord’s Anointed

October 6, 2011

When we read the Scriptures as Jesus taught his disciples to read the Scriptures, we cannot miss the centrality of the Kingdom of God and all that it entails.


What the Bible is All About

July 27, 2010

Is the Bible like what the hit TV show Seinfeld has been called, a show about nothing?


Genesis 3:16-19

April 28, 2009

The act of Adam renaming his wife Eve is significant because it refers to something new in the redemptive purpose of God.


Psalm 44

April 4, 2009

Faith strengthens itself as it prepares to engage the life of the believer by rehearsing the acts of God.


Genesis 3:8-13

March 3, 2009

Restoration and recovery can be attributed only to the intervention of God and only because he is the Lord God.


O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

December 1, 2008

Though this is hymn is typically employed to celebrate a man-made “holy day,” it is a wonderful reminder of the unfolding drama of God's revelation that culminated in the advent of Christ. 


Luke 23:32-43

September 25, 2007

 Jesus replies to the thief's requiest in abundant mercy and superlative blessing that the earth had not yet known.


Christ Our Passover

January 15, 2006

How the Old Testament sacrament of passover points us to Christ and directs our worship today.