Roy Gane

Roy Gane, PhD, is professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Languages and director of the PhD/ThD and MTh programs, Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, United States.

Old Testament principles relevant to consensual homoerotic activity —Part 3 of 3

This article identifies principles in the Old Testament relevant to the relationship between God’s community of faith and individuals who engage in some forms of sexual activity outside heterosexual marriage.

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Old Testament principles relevant to mutually consensual homoerotic activity—Part 1 of 3

Read principles in the Old Testament relevant to the relationship between God’s community of faith and individuals who engage in some forms of sexual activity outside heterosexual marriage.

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Streaming to the Lord

The author describes how, if the Israelites had continued to accept the loving guidance of the Lord, they would have received the wonderful blessings He was eager to lavish upon them.

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Legal Substitution and Experiential Transformation in the Typology of Leviticus: Part 2

To accept His calling as a holy nation, the Israelites were to cooperate with God by living holy lives in harmony with His holy character.

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Legal substitution and experiential transformation in the typology of Leviticus: Part 11

Explore the evidence for legal substitution in Leviticus and the identification of some references to this dynamic in Hebrews.

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An approach to the historical-critical method

A centrist but more "conservative" view of hermeneutical questions

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Justly integrating covenant, law, and Sabbath1

The enduring relationship between the biblical covenant, law, and the seventh-day Sabbath.

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Legalism and "righteousness by faith:" - Part 2

This biblical scholar concludes his discussion of the gift of salvation by addressing the final three uses of divine law.

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Legalism and "righteousness by faith" - Part 1

"Righteousness by faith" is foundational to the biblical concept of salvation. In Romans 3:21-26, Paul states that God reveals His righteous and just character not only through His law, but also when He extends mercy by justifying and forgiving those who have broken the law, if they accept His righteousness through faith that is of and in Christ and receive His atoning sacrifice.

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