Saturday, October 30, 2010
I have the privilege of teaching a class today on what's called the intertestamental period, that is, the period between the close of the Old Testament and the opening of the New Testament. The period lasts for about 350 years and is one of the most important in all of history. Beginning with the conquests of Alexander and extending through the spread of the Roman Empire and the birth of Jesus Christ, this period shaped the world to this day and I do indeed count it a privilege to share what I know about it and, more importantly, to inspire others to look into it for themselves.
Hope you have a great day!