Ken Boa discusses the critical book of Genesis 3, where we gain an understanding of the condition of mankind and the world today. Without this chapter, little else in the Bible makes sense. Here, we see that the primary problem is our broken relationship with God due to our sin.Read More
Ken Boa teaches on the first chapter of Genesis, the “book of beginnings,” in this new series in his Wednesday Morning Bible Study on 365 key chapters in the Bible.Read More
As one approach to studying Scripture, following is a list of 31 key psalms for use as a month-long or 31-week study.Read More
Psalm 37 invites us to adopt a long-run perspective on life by embracing God’s purposes and ordering all of our affairs (e.g., family, work, leisure, finances, ministry) in light of them.Read More
Nineteenth-century philosopher Søren Kierkegaard wrote the following parable, which has been widely circulated. It alludes to the Song of Solomon (or Song of Songs), where King Solomon is shown disguising himself as a shepherd to win the heart of a Shulamite woman.
The king was like no other king. Every statesman trembled before his power. No one dared breathe a word against him,Read More