Gerald A. Klingbeil

Gerald A. Klingbeil, D.Litt., is professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern studies, Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, Silang, Cavite, Philippines.

Old Testament Law for Christians: Original Context and Enduring Application

What can contemporary Christians learn from the divine wisdom in Old Testament law?

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“My heart falters, fear makes me tremble” (Isaiah 21:4, NIV): Emotions and prophetic writings in the Bible

This article features emotions and their worth for they tell us about who we are, who God is, and how He deals with us.

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"I am Your Portion"

Thoughts from our Revival and Reformation series.

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The Gehazi syndrome: Suffering familiarity with the Holy

The story of Elisha's servant speaks to busy pastors, professors, administrators-all ministers.

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The final push

It was Martin's first marathon, and he had trained hard. But now the crisis had hit. As I stopped the car and looked at him coming up at a snail's pace, I knew he was in trouble. I started downhill to run with him on the final leg. "Come on, you've come this far, you've done a great job-you can do it!" Slowly but surely, we climbed that hill together. "Look at the top. After this only the stadium and no more hills. The end is in sight. Come on, don't give up now!"

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