New Testament


  by Dr. Becky Luman Scripture: Matthew 24:42–25:30 From the WBS Statement of Faith: “We believe in the Self-Revealing God, the Creator of all . . . Who will complete the Redemption of the world by the return of the Incarnate Lord and renew creation, establish the Reign of God in all its fullness, gather...
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  by Dr. Matt Friedeman An old friend of mine is the strength coach for a major university’s athletic teams. We used to work out together, and I was interested in his current emphasis in the training of athletes. He said, “The core.  Making sure our core is strong.” Now this was years ago. Today, it...
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  by Dr. Rick Boyd How important is seminary? Allow me to share something that the Lord showed me through an assignment on the Book of Acts while I was in seminary. The first eight verses of Acts portray an interesting dynamic between the risen Lord and His apostles. After spending three years walking with...
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This summer, Wesley Biblical Seminary is offering an intensive course on Biblical Archaeology at its Greenwood, IN extension site. Building from a proper understanding of the term “Biblical Archaeology,” this course will introduce students to the basics of archaeology, archaeology in Syria-Palestine, and its most important results for Biblical Studies. The course will be taught...
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  by Dr. Rick Boyd   It’s all Greek to me! Biblical Greek as Accessible Greek Back in the nineteenth-century, the common belief regarding the original language of the New Testament (NT) held that the Greek found in the NT was a unique type of language, a ‘Holy Ghost Greek’ dissimilar from any other writings...
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by Chris Lett (M.Div. ’93) Are you committed to the YES? I remember years ago when I was in my first year of graduate school being asked that very question. It wasn’t the first time being asked that question, though. As a matter of fact, my father would often ask me that in different ways...
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  WBS alumnus Caleb Friedeman (MA, ’13) was recently featured on Seedbed in one of their Seven Minute Seminary videos. Take a look and learn more about how the Apocrypha is surprisingly helpful to us as evangelicals. Caleb is currently pursuing his PhD in Biblical Studies at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. Please visit Seedbed...
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