Moses Delivered the Law. Jesus Fulfilled It.


This article is part 3 in a series titled Jesus, the Truer and Greater Moses, in which we look at how the life and ministry of Moses is but a shadow of Jesus Christ. You can read part 1 and part 2.

As a prophet of God, Moses spoke God’s words to God’s people. He was a messenger. One of the greatest messages the prophet delivered, of course, was the message of the law of the Lord.

Leviticus 19 unpacks what the Lord told Moses about His law:

And the LORD spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to all the congregation of the people of Israel and say to them, You shall be holy, for I the LORD your God am holy. Every one of you shall revere his mother and his father, and you shall keep my Sabbaths: I am the LORD your God. Do not turn to idols or make for yourselves any gods of cast metal: I am the LORD your God.”
(Lev 19:1-4)

What is the Law?

We can see from Leviticus 19 that the law of the Lord can be summarized in two words: be holy. READ MORE

Is the Reformation Still Relevant Today?


We contacted Christian apologist Thaddeus Williams (Ph.D., Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Theology Professor, Biola University; Philosophy Professor, Trinity Law School) and asked him if Reformation thinking is still relevant today (497 years later). Here’s what he said:

Is Reformation theology still relevant today? Absolutely! It reminds us that we have a big God and that salvation is found in Him alone. We are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, for God’s glory alone. And we know this because Scripture alone is our highest standard for truth. We don’t determine what is good and true about God. God does.

I would argue that the biggest problem in the church today is that many of us have too small a view of who God is. We have shrunk an infinite being. We have diminished His glory and put Him into very small and manageable boxes. READ MORE

Jesus, the Truer and Greater Moses


In this article, we introduce a new blog series called Jesus, the Truer and Greater Moses. Some people treat the Old Testament and New Testament as the Bible before Jesus and the Bible after Jesus, respectively. But to say this is to miss the … READ MORE

New to Blue Letter Bible?

Girl looking at laptop: "New to BLB?"

Over the last few years, the number of daily Blue Letter Bible users has increased substantially. We praise God for this! We also know that this means many of you might have a question or two about how to dig deeper into God's Word using our advanced … READ MORE

Growing Deep and Wide in the Grace of God


Over the past few years, we have seen a huge increase in conversation and interest in the gospel. This should be celebrated and encouraged to continue. Yet what is often missing from this conversation is the need for steady and slow growth in grace … READ MORE