Daily Archives: July 1, 2011

Biblical Interpretation

Jim Jordan writes in the Introduction to his Judges’ commentary: We do not need some specific New Testament verse to “prove” that a given Old Testament story has symbolic dimension. Rather, such symbolic dimensions are presupposed in the very fact … Continue reading

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What is the Biblical Case for Ordained Ministers Ordinarily Serving at the Table?

Note: I have updated this article to include a few additional arguments. At the outset, I want to make clear that my case is for the ordinary administration of the Table by an ordained minister. It is also important to … Continue reading

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