Author Archives: Jason Gile

About Jason Gile

Dean of Program Development and Innovation, and Instructor of Old Testament at Northern Seminary, Lisle, IL

Born is the King of Israel

Published Dec. 19, 2018, at Jesus Creed It’s well known in popular Christianity that Christmas is about the birth of a king. But, in its biblical context, Christmas isn’t about just any king, nor some generic savior of the world. … Continue reading

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The Theology of Covenant: Tracing the Pattern of Ancient Treaties in Deuteronomy

Published in Bible Study Magazine, May/June 2017 In the book of Deuteronomy, the Israelites are encamped on the plains of Moab, waiting to cross the Jordan River and enter the promised land. The previous generation had left Egypt and entered into … Continue reading

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Northern Seminary in the Holy Land

Published Oct. 31, 2016 at Northern Seminary’s Blog In June 2016 I had the pleasure of traveling to Jerusalem University College (JUC) with four students from Northern Seminary. For all of us it was the experience of a lifetime! Although … Continue reading

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Prophetic Rhetoric in Ezekiel 16

Published in Bible Study Magazine, January 2017 In the years before the fall of Jerusalem in 587 BC, the prophet Ezekiel charged the people of Israel with grave offenses against God and warned of imminent disaster. Rather than simply relaying information to his … Continue reading

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