“Make Them After The Pattern” — Jon Mitchell, Editor (Editorial: July/August, 2021)

While instructing Moses concerning the construction of the sanctuary, the ark of the covenant, the table for the bread of the Presence, and the golden lampstand in Exodus 25, God commanded him, “And see that you make them after the pattern for them, which is being shown you on the mountain” (v. 40, ESV). Have… Read More “Make Them After The Pattern” — Jon Mitchell, Editor (Editorial: July/August, 2021)

Jesus: Both God and Man? — Dewayne Bryant, Ph.D.

Jesus is the most significant figure in history. Polls and surveys often recognize him as such, even if they only gauge his impact through the influence of Christendom in the last two millennia. Christians understand his work to be farther-reaching, not only impacting and improving the lives of human beings but securing salvation for our… Read More Jesus: Both God and Man? — Dewayne Bryant, Ph.D.

Truth From Zechariah — David R. Pharr

In several ways Zechariah is similar to the New Testament book of Revelation. Both describe visions; both give considerable attention to angels; and both contain apocalyptic symbolism. Zechariah is considered the most difficult of the Minor Prophets. It is rich, however, both in its historical significance and in its New Testament connections. With the exception… Read More Truth From Zechariah — David R. Pharr

Truth From Habakkuk and Zephaniah — David W. Hester

Habakkuk and Zephaniah are all too often overlooked in Bible study. This is unfortunate; these books are rich in what they present to the serious student. According to rabbinical tradition, Habakkuk was of the tribe of Levi; aside from that, we know nothing of his personal history. He simply describes himself as a “prophet” (Hab.… Read More Truth From Habakkuk and Zephaniah — David W. Hester