Essays on the Epistles
- Romans 12 - Living
Sacrifices A detailed exposition of Romans 12 asking the question what is a
'living sacrifice' and suggesting that Romans 12 actually starts a second road
through Romans; the road of a saved person.
- Paying the Preacher A look at
the contextual and historic relevance of 1 Co 9:14 asking whether or not this
verse can be used to justify a 'paid ministry' today.
- Ephesus Not strictly a passage; but a
look at the historic context of the city of Ephesus as it was at the time Paul
founded the church there.
- Ephesians 1:1-6
An exposition of the introduction to this great epistle, covering aspects of
our status before God. Delivered at Boca Raton Bible chapel 3rd
- Eph 2:8-9 A look at this
controversial verse asking the question: what is the mechanism of salvation? Is
it entirely of God or does man have a part to play too?
- Eph 3:7-13 A look at the dichotomy between
the servant spirit required of a preacher and the glory of his message.
- Eph 4:11-13 The perfection of the Body of
Christ. A look at this passage that argues for a diverse church leadership and a
unified global church; the antithesis of what we generally see today.
- Ephesians 5:21-23 - Mutual
Submission A look at the ultra controversial passage the discusses the
submission of a wife to her husband.
- Eph 6: Whole Armor A detailed look
at the whole armor (armor) of God from Ephesians 6.
- Hebrews 1:1-3
An exposition of the first three verses of Hebrews covering the relationship of
the Old and New Testament and raising up Christ as the one that completes OT
- Jude 1:1-11 An
exposition of the first half of the epistle of Jude. Essentially a defence of
the doctrine of grace. Delivered at Braintree Gospel Hall in May.
- Revelation An extensive series of essays