Shalom-pursuing alumni teach and inspire

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Gifted teachers do not simply educate; they inspire their students to apply their lessons, says Ken Esau. The long-time Bible professor at Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford, B.C., was…

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Reconciling the book of nature with Scripture

Friday, August 1, 2014

Title: Four Views on The Historical Adam
Author: Matthew Barrett and Ardel Caneday, eds.
It is easy to become theologically nostalgic about a time when sermons were uncomplicated. There was clearly a “right” or “biblical” view on most things, and that is the only perspective we were taught.

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“Whole-wheat” commentary reads against the grain

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Book author: Gordon H. Matties
“Whole-wheat” commentary reads against the grain
When it comes to bread options in the grocery mega-store, there are air-filled white and slightly off-white breads advertised with balloons on the packages, and then there are multigrain, seven-grain, organic, and specialty breads that speak of substance and effort. It’s the same with commentaries on Joshua…

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A refreshing, engaging tour through Exodus

Friday, November 23, 2001

Title: Exodus: Believers Church Bible Commentary
Author: Waldemar Janzen
Waldemar Janzen provides a refreshing and engaging tour through the book of Exodus, drawing connections, noting what other researchers have discovered, suggesting a thoughtful opinion when there are questions, and through it all always standing to the side, not wanting to get in the way.

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