Weighted Glory

Sermons & Bible Studies

Huldah the Prophet

A short but significant account of a female prophet occurs in 2 Chronicles 34. In this chapter, King Josiah of Judah makes the decision to restore the temple of the LORD. In making repairs to the temple, the high priest Hilkiah comes across “the Book of the Law of the LORD”—probably all or at least […] Read more…

My Review of the 2011 NIV

Isn’t it awesome how I’ve been neglecting this blog for over two months? Or not. Anyhow, my review of the 2011 update of the New International Version was published in the Winter 2011 issue of Priscilla Papers. That article has been made available online as one of CBE’s free articles: “Book Review: 2011 NIV Bible” […] Read more…

Bonding with Mark

I apologize for the slow post ratio. Finals have been keeping me busy. Speaking of which, this semester, one of the classes I took was NT 6221:  Synoptic Gospels & Johannine Literature, with Grant Osborne. Studying the synoptic gospels largely meant studying Mark and how Matthew and Luke differ from Mark, so I got to […] Read more…

A Study of Romans 16

Recently I participated in an interfaith Bible study of Paul’s epistle to the Romans with both Mormons and evangelicals. I volunteered to do the post on Romans 16. To assist with laying out the complex arguments surrounding this passage, I completed a detailed ten-page PDF with in-depth commentary on Phoebe, Junia, Priscilla, and the other […] Read more…