The Great Paradox of the Book of Esther and its Significance Today

I started a series on the book of Esther this past Sunday with my jr. high students. Karen Jobes, in her┬áNIV Application Commentary on Esther, insightfully captures the Christian significance of the fact that God is never mentioned in the book: “The great paradox of Esther is that God is omnipotently present even where God […]

A Biblical Argument for the Inerrancy of Scripture from G.K. Beale

Many conservative scholars deny the doctrine of the inerrancy of Scripture. They do so on the grounds that it was a fundamentalist invention to fight liberalism – evolution in particular – in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. These conservatives are perfectly willing to affirm the doctrine of inspiration, because it can be clearly developed […]