A Biblical Theology of Judgment and Mercy: The End

Even in the end of all things God’s judgement of the wicked is a communication of His grace to those who belong to Him.

A Biblical Theology of Judgment and Mercy: The Cross

All the previous interrelationships between judgment and mercy find their culmination in the cross of Christ.

A Biblical Theology of Judgment and Mercy: The Prophets

Within the prophets God’s judgment is the very means of salvation for the people of Israel.

A Biblical Theology of Judgment and Mercy: The Cycle of the Judges

God’s judgment of Israel’s sin makes the display of His mercy all the more beautiful.

A Biblical Theology of Mercy and Judgment: Giving the Land

The giving of the Promised Land to Israel evidences the interrelationship between God’s mercy and judgment.

A Biblical Theology of Mercy and Judgment: The Bronze Serpent

The Bronze Serpent represents mercy and salvation in the judgment of God.

A Biblical Theology of Judgment and Mercy: The Exodus Event

God demonstrates His mercy in and sometimes through judgment

A Biblical Theology of Judgment and Mercy: The Curse of Cain

The Curse of Cain reminds us that God can be merciful with us because Christ has taken our full punishment

A Biblical Theology of Judgment and Mercy: The Fall

Judgment and mercy mix here in Genesis to create a paradigm for salvation reiterated across the Scriptures.

A Biblical Theology of Judgment and Mercy: Introduction

God is both merciful and yet judge, and we need to believe and hope in both truths.