A Look at the Unity of Isaiah: God’s Case Against the Idols

Until the late eighteenth-century A.D., the overwhelming majority of Jewish and Christian interpreters believed that Isaiah, the son of Amoz, who ministered in Jerusalem during the eighth century B.C., authored the entire book that bears his name. However, Ger... Read More »

Thankful for the Evangelical Church in America: A Korean-American Perspective

As all Americans reflect on what they’re thankful for and especially the way God providentially brought the Puritans to settle this great nation, I wanted to write something personal and from the heart. An ode of gratitude to God for America, if you will. Ho... Read More »

The Inerrancy and Historicity of Genesis 1-3, Part 4

Editor’s Note: In this four-part series on “The Inerrancy and Historicity of Genesis 1-3,” Dr. John Yeo will examine: What is Biblical Inerrancy? What is the Literary Genre of Genesis 1-3? How Should I Interpret Genesis 1-3? Is Genesis 1-3 Hi... Read More »

The Inerrancy and Historicity of Genesis 1-3, Part 3

Editor’s Note: In this four-part series on “The Inerrancy and Historicity of Genesis 1-3,” Dr. John Yeo will examine: What is Biblical Inerrancy? What is the Literary Genre of Genesis 1-3? How Should I Interpret Genesis 1-3? Is Genesis 1-3 Hi... Read More »

The Inerrancy and Historicity of Genesis 1-3, Part 2

Editor’s Note: In this four-part series on “The Inerrancy and Historicity of Genesis 1-3,” Dr. John Yeo will examine: What is Biblical Inerrancy? What is the Literary Genre of Genesis 1-3? How Should I Interpret Genesis 1-3? Is Genesis 1-3 Hi... Read More »

The Inerrancy and Historicity of Genesis 1-3, Part 1

Editor’s Note: In this four-part series on “The Inerrancy and Historicity of Genesis 1-3,” Dr. John Yeo will examine: What is Biblical Inerrancy? What is the Literary Genre of Genesis 1-3? How Should I Interpret Genesis 1-3? Is Genesis 1-3 Hi... Read More »