“The Servant Motif and Moses in Hebrews 3” by Kyle D. Rapinchuk

The Servant Motif and Moses in Hebrews 3 By Kyle D. Rapinchuk (Click for PDF) Abstract: This paper explores the way in which Moses is servant in Hebrews 3:1-6. The paper concludes that Moses’ role as servant is as the prophet who testifies to the greater prophet to come, Jesus Christ. The paper was presented at … Continue reading “The Servant Motif and Moses in Hebrews 3” by Kyle D. Rapinchuk

“Abraham: The Man of Faith, or a Man of The Faith? A Second Quest for the Historical Abraham” by Kyle D. Rapinchuk

Abraham: The Man of Faith, or a Man of the Faith? A Second Quest for the Historical Abraham By Kyle D. Rapinchuk (click for PDF) Abstract: In the past two centuries, many scholars have challenged the historicity of certain biblical narratives traditionally understood as actual events. Among these challenges is a denial of the historicity of … Continue reading “Abraham: The Man of Faith, or a Man of The Faith? A Second Quest for the Historical Abraham” by Kyle D. Rapinchuk

Reading and Teaching Old Testament Narrative and Poetry by Kyle Rapinchuk

As we lead up to our second Lead U Conference (For the Life of the Church: Christianity and Cultural Engagement, April 27-28), we are sharing links to the presentations from our first conference last fall, Christianity and the Death of the Old Testament. Below is a brief summary of this week's featured presentation with a … Continue reading Reading and Teaching Old Testament Narrative and Poetry by Kyle Rapinchuk