The Chronicles of Narnia Still Grips Our Imagination, 70 Years Later

As this month marks the 70th anniversary of the publication of C. S. Lewiss The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Christians would do well to ask whether The Chronicles of Narnia might show us the way to address the generations to come. Narnia persists in our imaginations because Lewis knew something about us that... Read more

God or Satan? On Davids Sin in 2 Samuel and 1 Chronicles

Given our weakness, why would God ever lead us . . . into temptation? Martin Luther provided one answer: Unus Christianus temptatus milleOne Christian who has been tempted is worth a thousand [who have never been tempted]. God works in our lives through temptation. That was true of the Lord Jesus. For him, temptation was... Read more

Richard Pratt on Teaching 1 Chronicles

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Richard Pratt: And that’s exactly what the Book of Chronicles was written about is what to do now that you’re back from exile and you’re rebuilding the kingdom. What should we do? And... Read more

Why 2 Chronicles Is the Most Underrated Ebook within the Bible

[ad_1] Second Chronicles is essentially the most underrated e-book in Scripture. Partly it's because its prequel will get off to a sluggish begin. The prolonged family tree of 1 Chronicles 19 is extraordinarily boring for many fashionable readers, although it performs an important function within the authors general challenge. The ultimate chapters of 1 Chronicles... Read more