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Category: Bible
Steffen Jenkins explores how Jesus offers his salvation from Esther 7–8. 
Peter Williams presents the case that the biblical Gospels are historically reliable and examines the relationships between them. 
David Wenham explores the common idea that Paul distorted the teaching of Jesus, essentially founding his own new 'religion'. 
Dan Hames writes about the theological, historical, and biblical reasons he has changed his mind about the death of Jesus. 
Martin Luther's utterly brilliant exposition of the first commandment from his Large Catechism. 
Glen Scrivener explores the world and our reality in this short evangelistic video. 
Dan Hames asks why Isaiah 9:6 refers to Jesus as 'Everlasting Father' and whether that contradicts the doctrine of the Trinity. 
Simon Gathercole examines Paul's theology of atonement, focusing on the theme of substitution. 
Michael Reeves asks whether James 2 teaches against Paul and the Reformers that we are not justified by faith alone. 
C. H. Spurgeon's encouragement to read the Bible for comfort, nourishment, guidance, and 'a thousand helps'.