by Andrew Malone
The Old and New Testaments appear to offer contradictory evidence as to whether God can be seen. Does "no-one has ever seen God" mean he is invisible, or just unseen? Andrew Malone tackles the question from a biblical and systematic perspective.
Gerald Bray looks at the challenge and promise of biblical interpretation today, and assesses various new approaches such as literary and theological criticism.
Lee Gatiss looks at the function of the controversial warning passages in the argument of Hebrews.
Paul Blackham and Graeme Goldsworthy debate at Oak Hill on the clarity of faith in Christ in the Old Testament.
Former Vice-Principal of Oak Hill College examines the biblical texts disputed in current debates, and shows that the Bible as a whole is clear and unambiguous.
A meditation on Isaiah's fourth Servant Song in the light of its fulfilment in Christ.
The place of the plagues in the narrative and theology of Exodus considered.
Acts of humble service may make us like Jesus, but it is only Jesus’ act of humble service that makes us belong to him.
Marcus Nodder examines the links and connections between the different stanzas of the longest Psalm.