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God as Author: A Biblical Approach to Narrative

I skimmed through God as Author by Dr. Gene Fant before we interviewed him as a candidate for North Greenville University’s President.  In one of our interviews with him,…

September’s Focus: Curriculum

It’s a new month and that means it’s time for a new focus for the leadership at Rocky Creek.  Each month, we are focusing on a specific area…

Stats on the Bible

The Bible is 1 narrative composed of 2 testaments made up of 66 books – 39 books in the OldTestament followed by 27 books in the New Testament….

God Meant It for Good

The Word God Meant It for Good Gen. 50:15-21 Once Israel died, his sons feared Joseph’s retaliation. While Joseph had been hurt by their evil, he viewed his…

The Supremacy of God in Preaching

According to Warren Wiersbe, The Supremacy of God in Preaching “calls us back to a biblical standard for preaching, a standard exemplified by many of the pulpit giants of…

The Law Commands and Makes Us Know

I ran across the wonderful hymn the other day by Isaac Watts written in 1709. I love the way that Watts shows the difference and dynamic between the…

Jesus Is the Greater Isaac

Isaac. This beloved, only son was willing to be sacrificed, followed his father up the mountain, traveled on a donkey’s back into the city of sacrifice, journeyed three…

The Task of Hermeneutics

These are the notes from our 1st hermeneutics course through Equip. HERMENEUTICS SESSION 1: THE TASK OF HERMENEUTICS Do your best to present yourself to God as one…

There’s a Ram in the Thicket

The Word There’s a Ram in the Thicket (Gen. 22) God miraculously gave Abraham a son but later commanded to sacrifice him. Instead of Abraham having to go through with Isaac’s…

How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth

This book started my hermeneutics journey while in college and it is still a treasure to reread today. The concern of the scholar is primarily with what the…