Vern S. Poythress, "A Trinitarian Basis for Reforming Our Approach to Meaning in Greek Exegesis, Illustrated by John 17:3" (PDF), Originally published
Vern S. Poythress, "Territorial Spirits: Some Biblical Perspectives" (PDF), Originally published in Urban Mission (1995): 37–49. Used with permission.
What is a theophany? The word theophany derives from two Greek words, which mean "God" and "appearing." A theophany is a special case when God appears
I am pleased to announce the availability of my wife Diane's book My Child, His Child (Wipf & Stock, 2016). The publisher has generously consented
Christ the Center has posted a podcast of an oral interview with Camden Bucey, Jim Cassidy, and myself, concerning my new book Theophany: A Biblical
What is a theophany? The word theophany is a combination of two Greek words, meaning God and appearance. A theophany is an appearance of God. More