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United Methodist Course of Study
Instructor, Rev. Dr. Carl Schultz, Professor of Old Testament, Department of Religion and Philosophy, Houghton College, Houghton, NY
...Instructor, Dr. Carl Schultz, Professor of Old Testament, Department of Religion and Philosophy, Houghton College, Houghton, NY
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The Cohesive Issue of Mishpat in Job - by Carl Shultz, Houghton College
by Dr. Carl Schultz, ...
by Dr. Carl Schultz, Houghton College.
Aldersgate Papers - A Theological Journal
Carl Schultz is Professor of Old Testament at Houghton College and for 21 years the chair of the Department of Religion and Philosophy.His teaching and research interests include wisdom literature, apocalyptic literature, Dead Sea Scrolls, and the middle (near) east crisis--past and present.He has contributed articles for festschrifts, dictionaries (Theological Wordbook Of The Old Testament and Evangelical Dictionary of Theology), Hebrew Wordbook, and provided commentary on Job, Ecclesiastes in the Evangelical Commentary On The Bible and The Asbury Bible Commentary, and Psalms in The Wesley Study Bible.Twice he received the Student Senate Excellence award as Faculty of the Year and the New York State Electric and Gas Company and Independent College Fund of New York Teaching Excellence Award in 1994.He recently was granted a Templeton Award for his course "Science and Scripture".He was visiting Professor at Kingsley in Semester I, 2002.
he Shadow of a King - Exodus 25:9-22
Dr. Carl Schultz of Houghton College described this observation.He wrote, "In the inner court you have pure gold, the you have ordinary gold and as you move further out you have silver and then bronze.So right there in the holy of holiness, the ark of the covenant you have gold of the purest kind."
But then even more so in the imagery on top of the ark we read in verse 18 that they were to make two cherubim out of gold.These cherubim are angels and their wings are to shadow over the cover and their faces are to be looking down at the cover.Now remember, Hebrews tells us that this is a shadow or a copy of what it is like in heaven.These angels and their posture point us to the glory of the king they serve and of the God who was dwelling with Israel.