The Curious Case of Benjamin

I have this annoying quirk where I can’t let the particulars of Scripture go. When the Bible gets descriptive, there must be some significance beyond satisfying mere curiosity. There are no throw away parts of Scripture, no parts that are just for your information. Unexpected details get my wheels churning. When it comes to my […]

A Theology of Reset Failure

This past month, I spent a lot of time working on a theology of Messianic anticipation through the Old Testament.  As I saw how God laced this theme through the stories of men like Noah, Moses, David, Hezekiah, and Ezra, I also began to notice another theme that continued to pop up in each story. […]