Here’s the deal: it’s been one year since I started Bible Survey, and I have now posted 10 times. I refuse to quit. Bible Survey is a project that I’m working on in addition to blogging theology, working full time in the ministry and being a husband/father in my family. The goal is to work systematically through the Bible not doing a verse by verse commentary but an overview of the major points. There’s a lot of important business in the Bible dealing with Abraham and his family (that’s right; I’m still in the first 25 chapters of Genesis) but afterwards I think the pace will really take off. I’m hanging in there; I have the rest of my natural life or until Christ comes back. Whichever.
In Genesis 17, God gives Abraham the covenant of circumcision. If you don’t know what circumcision is, I’m afraid this post doesn’t get that plain. If you’ve always wondered exactly what God is doing and what circumcision means, I think I can help with that. What’s the purpose for circumcision? Should Christians be circumcised? What’s the difference between Abram and Abraham? What does the name Clark mean? No, really. All of these answers and more when you follow this link to Bible Survey.