In Numbers 4, Yahweh tells Moses that the sons of Kohath - in Levi's tribe - were to help with the putting up and taking down of the tabernacle. The Lord gives Moses quite a few details about how the sons of Kohath are to do their task. It's not up for a vote and… Continue reading Loving God’s Law (Duguid)
I appreciate and agree with Iain Duguid's discussion of "replacement theology" in his commentary on Numbers 24: Some Christians believe that Old Testament promises that speak of “Israel” are only intended for ethnic Israel and not for the church. For them, Balaam’s prophecies speak of a glorious future for the physical descendants of Israel, but… Continue reading Israel, the Church, and Replacement Theology
This is a great resource on the life of Abraham: Living in the Gap Between Promise and Reality: The Gospel According to Abraham by Iain Duguid. In the book, Duguid does note how Abraham is, in a way, an example for us when it comes to trusting the Lord and obeying him. But Duguid’s book… Continue reading What Would Abraham Do?