This podcast promotes the Christ-centered covenantal biblical theology of Meredith Kline.
190 - Old Testament Survey - Jonah
This week we talk about the book of Jonah. You won’t get moralism here. The point of the book is too important for that. Jesus’ words in the Gospels about Jonah are our major interpretive lens. Listen in as we find Christ in this book of the minor prophets.
189 - Old Testament Survey - Esther
This week Todd and Chris turn to the book of Esther. Todd really has some great insight into the book since he grew up Jewish. How do we understand this book that never mentions God? Is God still there? What about his promises? What does God’s apparent absence mean for the promised Messiah? Whose word is irrevocable: the decree of the Medes and the Persians, or God’s word? Listen in as we talk about finding Christ in this unique book of the Bible.
188 - Old Testament Survey - Proverbs
This week Todd and I discuss the book of Proverbs. What is the point of wisdom literature like this? It was given during the typological covenant of works with Israel. So is it law? Listen in as we talk about finding Christ in this important book of the Bible.
187 - Old Testament Survey - Psalms
Todd and I are back this week. We are picking up our walk through the Old Testament with the book of Psalms. Of course, the main thing we can learn from Meredith Kline about Psalms is that they proclaim Christ. Listen in as we discuss this important book of the Bible.
186 - Old Testament Survey - Song of Songs
We are joined by Miles Van Pelt today to talk about the Song of Songs. Miles is an excellent resource for understanding this book that often be intimidating. We hope you benefit from this as much as we did!
185 - Old Testament Survey - Ecclesiastes
This week is related to the theme of suffering in the book of Job from last week. Ecclesiastes is wisdom for living in a fallen world. The fallenness of the world means that death makes everything seem vain and futile. Listen in as we discuss this wonderful book!
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