Four Principles For Spiritual Combat: Exposition of Matthew 4:1-4

https://youtu.be/qsDFMRXXckQ OPENING TEXTUAL NOTES You will notice as we get into Matthew’s gospel that one of his literary formulas is the word “Then” (GK τότε) This word is frequently used to progress the narrative forward by connecting the preceding account to what follows. “Then” opens the first two temptations and is duplicated in the third …

Biblical Theology on The Devil

The Biblical view of this world portrays a fundamental conflict between “light” and “darkness”, between “good” and “evil”, between “God” and “Satan”.  This conflict is essential to the Biblical narrative, which portrays God as all-good and Satan as entirely evil. Although Scripture tells us that evil is fighting a losing battle, it nonetheless presents the …

Biblical Theology on Satan

The Biblical view of this world portrays a fundamental conflict between “light” and “darkness”, between “good” and “evil”, between “God” and “Satan”.  This conflict is essential to the Biblical narrative, which portrays God as all-good and Satan as entirely evil. Although Scripture tells us that evil is fighting a losing battle, it nonetheless presents the …