• Ourselves and the Knowledge of God 1

    Our survey of God’s self-revelation to Israel – inadequate as it has been – must come to an end. What impressions remain? What was the devout Israelite’s knowledge of his God? Above all things God […]

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  • The Truth

    With the term “truth” we come to another whose Old Testament sense is rather different from that which our common use of it would suggest. The Hebrew root aman (from which Amen comes) means firmness, […]

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  • The Wrath of God

    That the Bible represents God as at times being moved to wrath against men is clearly a fact, but one which is not very acceptable in religious circles today. The emphasis upon the love of […]

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  • The Faith of the Poor and Meek

    “The poor in spirit the meek they that mourn”: such is the opening description of those whom Jesus says are blessed in his Sermon on the Mount. They appear strange terms, for do they not […]

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  • Judgment and Righteousness