Tag Archives: Jeremiah

The Genealogies of Christ and “Jeconiah’s Curse”

It was a genealogical symphony, played in perfect time, every note in tune. His Father planned it all. Continue reading

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“Cyrus… Shall Perform All My Pleasure”

The Bible in the British Museum I’ve left this series for some time, but since this item is on tour in the United States, and some of my U.S. readers may have an opportunity to see it, I thought I’d … Continue reading

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The Scriptures — Moved by the Spirit (part four — Human Writers)

“That Book in Your Hand” As we continue the study on Bibliology (the study of what the Scriptures are, and how they came to us), I want to look at how God worked in the lives of the human writers … Continue reading

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