One of the important elements of whole-Bible theology is learning not only to do grammatical-historical exegesis but also redemptive-historical and canonical exegesis, in the pattern of the New Testament authors. In an earlier lecture I overviewed redemptive history using the acronym K.I.N.G.D.O.M. This week’s audio messages with PowerPoint slides are focused on the canonical piece––specifically, the structure of Jesus’ Bible. It’s known as the TaNaK, which stands for the Torah (Law), Nebi’im (Prophets), and Kethubim (Writings). I have added these lectures to the Old Testament Overview and Introduction page, and you can download them there.

To view the Old Testament Survey overview page, go here.