Leviticus is a type of handbook which provides us with insights into the rituals of the sanctuary. Yet in spite of the detailed instructions, the only thing we are told that pleased God was the aroma of the burnt sacrifice. Is God really that fond of the smell of burning flesh and grain?
Author: Wendy Jackson
If you have been a Christian for many years, it is likely that you have encountered the word shalom frequently translated as “peace” in our English Bibles.
The concept of remembering in Scripture is not simply a matter of recalling snippets of information or the time of upcoming appointments.
The role of women in the Protestant Reformation has often been ignored or treated as little more than a footnote in history. Yet many women, emboldened by the concept of a priesthood of all believers, moved beyond the roles assigned by society at large to support the Reformation and did so at great risk to themselves.