Biblical Doctrine of Inspiration and Authority

A careful theological review.

Frank B. Holbrook

Biblical Interpretation Today

Biblical interpretation in our postmodern context is anything but stable. Contemporary approaches to understanding the Bible, however, have their roots in critical methods of interpretation that were developed in the modern period, using principles of the Enlightenment. In "Biblical Interpretation Today," Gerhard Hasel provides a quick but comprehensive account of the development of such methods as source criticism, form criticism, and redaction criticism until the appearance of structuralism. Hasel exposes the presuppositions underlying these methods and points the way forward to a more biblical approach.

Gerhard F. Hasel

Blessings and Curses

How should we interpret the lists of blessings and curses in the Bible? They give the impression that we should serve God out of fear.

Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

Book of Psalms seem to encourage hatred

I’ve always been puzzled by statements in Psalms that seem to encourage hatred. Is this compatible with Christian love?

Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

Books on Prophecy

Gerhard Pfandl - Retired

BRI Ethics Committee Releases Statements on Transgenderism

The BRI Ethics Committee has developed two opinions about issues related to transgender. One discusses sex-change surgery, the other one marriage of people who have undergone such a procedure. Suggestions are provided as to how to deal with these issues.

Can These Bones Live?

Could you explain why the Bible sometimes refers to bones as rejoicing”?

Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

Caring for Brothers and Sisters: Matthew 18:15-20

What does Matthew 18 teach us? Should a believer confront a fellow believer involved in some kind of sin?

Ekkehardt Mueller

Ceremonial Uncleanness and Contemporary Application

Do Old Testament personal uncleanness laws still apply today? And should a casket be brought into the Church for a funeral service?

Elias Brasil de Souza

Change of the Calendar

Did it interrupt the cycle of the Sabbath and Sunday or not? Letters from the London's Royal Observatory and the U. S. Government Naval Observatory in Washington address this question from astronomers' perspective.