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Isaiah in 7 hours – Isaiah 56-66

In September, 2010, I gave a series of 7 talks on the book of Isaiah at “Word Works”, a conference organised by the Malaysia Gospel…

Isaiah in 7 hours – Isaiah 51:12-Ch. 55

In September, 2010, I gave a series of 7 talks on the book of Isaiah at “Word Works”, a conference organised by the Malaysia Gospel…

Isaiah in 7 hours – Isaiah 40:1-51:11

In September, 2010, I gave a series of 7 talks on the book of Isaiah at “Word Works”, a conference organised by the Malaysia Gospel…

Isaiah in 7 hours – Isaiah 28-35 and 36-39

In September, 2010, I gave a series of 7 talks on the book of Isaiah at “Word Works”, a conference organised by the Malaysia Gospel…

Isaiah in 7 hours – Isaiah 13-27

In September, 2010, I gave a series of 7 talks on the book of Isaiah at “Word Works”, a conference organised by the Malaysia Gospel…

Isaiah in 7 hours – Isaiah 1-12

In September, 2010, I gave a series of 7 talks on the book of Isaiah at “Word Works”, a conference organised by the Malaysia Gospel…

Isaiah in 7 hours – Introduction to Isaiah

In September, 2010, I gave a series of 7 talks on the book of Isaiah at “Word Works”, a conference organised by the Malaysia Gospel…

Postscript: Why the New Perspective claims that “righteousness” means “covenant faithfulness” – and why it’s wrong

Here’s a very insightful post from Lee Irons critiquing the theory that “righteousness” means “covenant faithfulness”. I’ll quote a sizeable chunk of Irons’ conclusions because…

The Bible doesn’t say

A few weeks ago, Bobby died. It happened quite quickly. On Thursday, he was sitting merrily on his perch. On Friday, he was shivering and looking pretty unimpressed with life. On Saturday morning, he was standing on the floor of the cage with his eyes half open, rocking back and forth. At lunchtime, when the kids and I took him to the vet, he had decided it would be best to have a little lie down. The vet was kind but decisive.

We took Bobby home in a very small plastic bag. There were tears. My wife’s former history teacher (that’s a whole other story) dug a hole in the backyard, and another friend of ours found a little mournful-looking stone dog to act as headstone. Family, friends and the former history teacher prayed together that God would comfort us in our loss.

Then came the inevitable question from the 6-year-old: “Is Bobby in heaven now?” Hmm. I know that there will be a new, physical creation (Isa 65:17), and it seems like the new creation will contain, at the very least, contented wolves, baby sheep, lions, cattle and humiliated snakes (Isa 65:25). But will there be a spiritual continuity of identity between the Bobby we knew and a particular budgie in the hereafter? There didn’t seem to be enough biblical data to form a meaningful answer. So I answered as I only could: “The Bible doesn’t say”.

The wisdom of the minister

Part 3 in the series “Being Ministers of God: Reflections on the Servant concept in Isaiah.”

Moore College 2nd Year 2008 Houseparty, Wollongong Surf…

The Suffering and Joy of the Minister

Part 2 in the series “Being Ministers of God: Reflections on the Servant concept in Isaiah.”

Moore College 2nd Year 2008 Houseparty, Wollongong Surf…

The Minister and the Ministers

Part 1 in the series “Being Ministers of God: Reflections on the Servant concept in Isaiah.”

Moore College 2nd Year 2008 Houseparty, Wollongong Surf…

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