Ephesians has been called the ‘crown of all Paul’s writings’. It contains the cream of his theology and is a high water mark in New Testament revelation.
Philip Greenslade explores the gospel and person of John.
Philip Greenslade bridges the gap between the Old and the New
Philip Greenslade helps us to understand the book of Isaiah and its relationship with the Gospels.
Philip Greenslade reveals the prophet of judgement and hope Jeremiah, who prophesied between 626BC and 584BC, wielded the classic two-edged sword of the biblical prophets: judgement and hope. This dual role is perfectly summed up in the call-narrative in which...
Philip Greenslade explores Kings and Chronicles
Philip Greenslade reads between the lines of the Historical Books
Deuteronomy has been aptly described as the ‘heartbeat of the Old Testament’. ‘Feel the pulse of Deuteronomy’, urges Chris Wright, ‘and you are in touch with the life and rhythms of the whole Hebrew Bible.’
Philip Greenslade explores the spiritual relationship between Joshua and Judges.
The book of Exodus moves from slavery to worship, from bondage to Pharaoh to bonding with God. Here, Phil Greenslade looks at five ways in which we can understand that shift.
In a regular series of unique observations, Phil Greenslade reveals a fresh view of God and His Word.
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Exodus, not Genesis, is arguably the first book of the Bible!