A Biblical Theology of the Old Testament: Seven Videos on Location in Iceland
Last weekend, I was in Iceland teaching a biblical theology of the Old Testament. Drawing on The Drama of Scripture by Craig Bartholomew and Michael Goheen, I sought to explain how the Old Testament is organized around the twin concepts of Kingdom and Covenant.
The following videos are put up by Loftstofan Baptistakirkja (Upper Room Baptist Church) and their pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson. They review the teaching I did last year in Iceland and dive into the Kingdom of David and the New Covenant. We finished with a look at the Psalms.
Please take time to pray for this church, for their pastor, and the spread of the gospel in Iceland. And if you are interested, you can watch some of the teaching videos here (please excuse the opening few minutes of each where I bumble around until I start teaching). Or better, go watch Christian By Default (see above). It will tell you more about the spiritual climate of Iceland.
Soli Deo Gloria, ds
Introduction and Review (pt. 1): Hebrews 11 and the Kingdom
Introduction and Review (pt. 2): The Covenants
The Kingdom of David: Setting Up 2 Samuel 7
The Kingdom of David: David, Solomon, and a Great David
The Major Prophets: The New Covenant Hope of Greater David
The Minor Prophets: One Unified Vision of Sin, Judgment, and Redemption
The Psalms: A Canonical Overview
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