In Exodus 3, God reveals himself as the I AM. He is self-interpreting, not interpreted by anything else but revealed through his deeds.
In Genesis 15 we discover a God who shows unpredictable grace, promising to act in the most daring manner for his people's sake.
In the beginning we meet a God all-powerful yet approachable, reigning in heaven yet beside us. Portrait 1, from Portraits of a Great God.
Have you ever wondered what the OT background is for Matt 2:23, that "he would be called a Nazarene?" I have found this answer satisfactory.
What does it mean to be "present"? If we think about if for a moment, our understanding of presence looks very different from that of someone living even two hundred years ago (though not necessarily two thousand), and the term quickly becomes complicated. Defining the term now may be putting the cart before the horse, … Continue reading On Presence