Category Archives: Christ as the key

Christ in the Old Testament

Here is a list of books which demonstrate how Jesus Christ is found in the Old Testament.  I have only read a few of them, and those varied widely in benefit.  I’ve made brief comments on some of them.  My … Continue reading

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Where Is Jesus In The Old Testament? – Aaron Armstrong and Mark Driscoll

Aaron Armstrong (in a 2 min; 472 word post) and Mark Driscoll (in a 4:47 video clip) calll attention to the fact that the Old Testament is about Jesus. Where Is Jesus In The Old Testament?

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Craig Evans Rebuts Bart Ehrman

Craig Evans and others have written the book How God Became Jesus: The Real Origins of Belief in Jesus’ Divine Nature—A Response to Bart Ehrman in order to refute Bart Ehrman’s most recent book How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish … Continue reading

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How Did Jesus Read the Old Testament?

You can cut your reading time and still get almost 100% of the value of this post by skipping the six preliminary paragraphs and jumping straight to the list of ten points. The ten points show that the Bible is … Continue reading

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Why Should We Keep Reading the Old Testament?

Q: Since we have the New Testament, and it’s about Jesus, why should we continue reading the Old Testament? A: To better understand Jesus Christ. When we read about the apostles and all the disciples in the New Testament (NT) … Continue reading

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