The following sermons form part of a series of expositions of the book of Ruth by Stuart Chase.
One of the questions that we discussed recently in our Grace Groups was, how would you answer someone who asks you—a modern, technologically-advanced inhabitant of Southern Africa—why you are studying all of the seemingly irrelevant and weird laws and details of Leviticus? No doubt, several
In the introduction to his book, The Kingdom and the Power, Peter Leithart writes, In the fall of 1991 I began a series of sermons on the first several chapters of Leviticus. My decision to preach on an obscure and difficult book (in the morning
I would concur with many who identify the kingdom of God as the theme of Scripture. From Genesis to Revelation the plotline is, as Goldsworthy once said, “God’s people, in God’s place, under God’s rule.” Another way of saying that is that the Bible is