Office Hours: Bryan Estelle on the OT, Mountains, and Machen

UPDATE 8 Jun 2010: Here’s a bonus for HB readers: You’ll wish that you had listened to this interview. This week Office Hours talks to Dr Bryan Estelle, Associate Professor of Old Testament at Westminster Seminary California about his life, his work . . . Continue reading →

Words And Things: There Is A Right Way And A Wrong Way To Do Biblical Word Studies (Part 1)

Word studies dominate the resources available for Christians. Some are good and some, well, not so good. With all the word pictures, Strong’s numbers, footnotes in translations, study Bibles and more, you would think that there’s nothing more that can be said . . . Continue reading →

Eve’s Messianic Hope For Cain In Genesis 4:1—Ordinary Hebrew Terms For Child

Now Adam knew Eve his wife, and she conceived and bore Cain, saying, “I have gotten a man (אִישׁ) with (the help of) the LORD.” (Gen. 4:1) Translators and commentators have often noted two difficulties in translating the first verse of Genesis . . . Continue reading →