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Shaking a fist at the Daughter of Zion

Over 2,700 years ago, the juggernaut of Assyria (northern Iraq) marched its military through Damascus and into the Promised Land. Isaiah prophesied that Nineveh’s threatening armies would gather for a deadly assault on Jerusalem: “Yet today he will halt at Nob [modern Mount of Olives]. He shakes his fist at the Mountain of the Daughter of Zion, the […]

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Peter’s Warning About the Antinomians Who Misinterpret Paul’s Letters (2 Peter 3:15-17)

In 2 Peter 3:15-17, Peter warns that Paul’s letters contain content that is

“hard to understand” and which “the ignorant and unstable” misinterpret. He

then connects the mishandling of Paul’s letters to “lawless people.” In

this article, I will argue that 2 Peter 3:15-17 represents Peter’s warning

regarding antinomians (individuals who reject God’s law) misinterpreting

passages in Paul’s letters to advocate for lawlessness.

Ministry Presentation: Doing Outreach and Apologetics on College Campuses in Columbus, Ohio

Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on Think Apologetics. Tabernacle of David considers this resource trustworthy and Biblically sound. . In this clip, I discuss what we do in our ministry here at The Ohio State University and Columbus State Community College here in Columbus, Ohio. Click here for more info:

A Look at Design Arguments

In this clip, we take a closer look at design arguments. The teleological argument looks at the idea of order and purpose in an event, an object, etc. Intelligence is a goal-directed process that is capable of thinking with will,… Continue reading →