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Kiln blog: Why Noah’s Law?

Excerpt — Many Americans, Christians in particular, struggle with the where to draw the line between parable and literal meaning. I use the term “Two Realms” to point out a teaching that is greatly needed in postmodern Western Christian thinking, … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: The Humble Shepherd King

Excerpt — It was a high and festive day when King David brought up the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem. He set up a proper Tent of Meeting in the courtyard. Keep in mind that the city was still … Continue reading

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Psalm 119: Lamed 89-96

(Kiln blog is still not working properly, so this Bible lesson is posted here only.) We celebrate God’s faithfulness; you can’t go wrong trusting His revelation. The psalmist declares that the Lord’s self-disclosure stands eternally in the Spirit Realm. Destroy … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: Psalm 89

This is the final psalm in Book 3; the last verse is more likely a benediction to the collection than for this psalm. The author here is Ethan, brother of Heman who gave us the previous hymn, and equally famous … Continue reading

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Proverbs 20 (Part 2)

(Recall that the context here is contrasting human justice against God’s divine moral character.) 16. Take the garment of him who is surety for a stranger; and take a pledge from him for strangers. Making loans on these terms are … Continue reading

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Psalm 52

This psalm references the narrative in 1 Samuel 21-22. The story is filled with violations against the Covenant. Doeg was an Edomite, a foreigner from a tribe notorious for treachery and shocking immorality at times, though obviously he was a … Continue reading

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Psalm 50

If we take Asaph as the name of the man known to lead the Temple musicians, then he must have also been a prophet of some sort, for his psalms typically deal with the judgment of God. Were Jehovah like … Continue reading

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