The Shepherd’s Love for Us (Bray)

Gerald Bray's God is Love is a biblical and systematic theology written in light of Scripture's emphasis on - you guessed it! - the love of God. It's worth reading for sure. I've mentioned this book here before so I won't go into it again, but since I was reading parts of it again today… Continue reading The Shepherd’s Love for Us (Bray)

Christians and Religious Food Laws (Bray)

 Genesis 9:1-17 is a major story and text in the history of redemption. In fact, it's still very applicable to us today in our context.  While the detailed laws and regulations in the Mosaic covenant applied specifically to that nation then and there, the regulations in Genesis 9 are applicable even today since God's words… Continue reading Christians and Religious Food Laws (Bray)

Freedom in Christ (Bray)

 I recently purchased God is Love: A Biblical and Systematic Theology by Gerald Bray (which is currently on sale at Logos). While I haven't read it all, I've appreciated different aspects of it.  Here's one section on Christian liberty I read this morning that I think is worth sharing: The trouble with freedom is that there… Continue reading Freedom in Christ (Bray)