This often-overlook verse at the end of Genesis 1 relates a substantial and important doctrine: God imputes value to his creation. His judgment of his creation is the basis of all objective reality and history. God’s image also imputes value. This is the basis of the marketplace in God’s creation. This phenomenon affects every single […]
Jesus v. Jerusalem: A Commentary on Luke 9:51–20:26 12. The Time of Visitation (Luke 19:45–46) Most Christians remember Jesus’ cleansing of the temple as that one instance in which He was visibly angry, but it was OK because He was righteously angry at the people using His religion in order to make a profit. These same […]
God’s work of division and naming demonstrate his providence and sovereignty, but also the work of his image. What does this have to do with us? Find out here, or. . . . You can can listen here. Don’t forget to subscribe!
We have now given attention to the works of God in the narrative of the primordial creation and on day one. We have seen among other things lessons in initiative and communication. In the following creation days, God demonstrates other aspects of work that apply to us as his image as well. As such, just […]
A lot has been said about “chaos” lately, particularly with the rise of popularity of Jordan B. Peterson. Peterson’s book promises an “antidote” to chaos, and his lectures on the Bible highlight the same theme. His lectures on the Bible, however, also do not stick with the Bible, but instead interpret it through the lens […]