Tag Archives: DeRouchie

For the Glory of the Trinity

At Bethlehem College & Seminary, we celebrate that we have an all-sovereign, all-satisfying Triune God. In pain or pleasure, he is working out his purposes for his glory and the good of his people. What peace and what hope we have in knowing that the all-powerful, all-good God is for us in Christ, will right […]


Far as the Curse Is Found

O Christ, we declare this day that apart from you we can do nothing (John 15:5) but that with you all things are possible (Mark 10:27). You are stronger than the evil power that is working in all 195 countries of the world. And from the 44,000,000 in Argentina to the 57,000 in Greenland, from […]


Biblical Exegesis: Uncovering Meaning in the Text

You must search in order to find gold. You can either pan for gold on the surface where shallow streams flow, or you can blast the inner walls of a mountain—either way it’s still gold. However, blasting and drilling reap more treasures than a 14-inch gold pan in the river. In the same way, you […]


DeRouchie Publishes in Themelios 37.1

BCS Old Testament professor Jason DeRouchie has published a lengthy article in the latest edition Themelios commending study of the biblical languages.


DeRouchie Teaches at Christian Leaders’ Retreat in Wisconsin

Last week in Frederic, WI, our Associate Professor of Old Testament Jason DeRouchie spoke five times to pastors on the theme “The Story of God’s Glory in Christ.”


DeRouchie Published in Journal

BCS Associate Professor of Old Testament Dr. Jason DeRouchie has published an important new article on Ecclesiastes in the forthcoming Southern Baptist Journal of Theology.