JOB CONTINUES his lament this week, openly wishing that he could hide in Sheol until God’s anger was past. In response, Eliphaz the Temanite accuses Job of guilt, asserting that God only punishes the wicked — something that we know is true, but judgment doesn’t always happen when we want it.

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WE SEE the divine council worldview in the ongoing discourse of Eliphaz the Temanite, as he mentions the “Holy Ones,” an epithet used elsewhere in the Old Testament for the Watchers (Daniel 4:13, 17).

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SOMETIMES, TO REACH the lost, you have to get radical. Drew Graffia teaches solid, biblical theology with a unique video style that appeals to people who think the Bible is boring.

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BACK TO the beginning! Today, we begin our study of the Old Testament, nearly five years after our very first dive into Genesis 1.

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THE TRUE test of prophets is whether they have “stood in the council of YHWH to see and hear His word.” This week, we discuss the calling of Ezekiel and God’s first commands to the prophet.Continue Reading