Each year I teach on the book of Micah as we cover the minor prophets in my Old Testament survey class. In general, we don’t read or know much about these “minor” prophets. This includes Micah.
In particular was speaking to the small towns “out in the country,” if you will (what they called the Shephelah). And, so, to introduce this small book, I always kick off with John Denver’s “Thank God I’m a Country Boy.” I am no country music fan, but I love this song.
And, hopefully, some students will now remember even a little about the prophet Micah.
Recently our church finished out its series on the book of Lamentations.
This poetic dirge is not one to which many run. Yet, I believe it has a clear and pertinent message for us today. I would contend that it is prophetic wisdom into what we are walking through—not only with the pandemic, but speaking even wider into the church.
My newest book, Reflections of Immanuel, was recently released through Wipf & Stock Publishers.
What is the book about? You may be able to guess from the title, but here is the synopsis from the back cover.
I love the work and voice of David Attenborough. He has been part of such great cinematic masterpieces.
Some practical advice as the 2020 election draws near.