Joseph Frankovic

Joseph Frankovic

Joseph Frankovic graduated with a Master of Arts degree in American Studies from Northeastern State University. He holds additional degrees in other disciplines, including Biblical Literature, Classical Studies, and Midrash. He earned these degrees at state and private universities and accredited Jewish and Christian seminaries.   Joseph also has co-authored (with David Bivin) "Us and Them: Loving Both."

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  • The Best Long-term Investment—Making Loans to God
  • Beyond an Inheritance
  • A Brief Critique of George Eldon Ladd’s Views on the Kingdom of God
  • A Call for New Conversation
  • The Cross: A Symbol of Solidarity
  • A Different Way to Reckon a Day
  • A Doer of His Father’s Will
  • Emulating the Ways of Sodom
  • Esteeming the Jewish People
  • God’s Mercy and Our Disobedience
  • Is the Sage Worth His Salt?
  • Jehovah and PIPI
  • Measure For Measure
  • The Nature of Jesus’ Task
  • Over and Under-Familiarity with Matthew 6:11
  • Pieces to the Synoptic Puzzle: Papias and Luke 1:1-4
  • The Power of Parables
  • Remember Shiloh!
  • Repentance: God Inhales
  • Robert L. Lindsey’s The Jesus Sources
  • Scholars and Saints: A Critical Collaboration
  • A Short Response to Steven Notley’s “Let the One Who Has Ears to Hear”
  • Stewards of God’s Keys
  • Sunshine For Everybody
  • Threading a Needle
  • Toward an Inerrant View of Scripture
  • Toward an Unclouded Vision of His Kingdom
  • The Transparent Agenda
  • Treasures in Heaven
  • Us and Them: Loving Both
  • We Are the Pots; Jesus Is the Stone!
  • Where Little Ones Splash: The Hebrew Roots Movement
  • Where Seed and Thistle Grow
  • Where Were the Vendors?
  • Written, Inspired and Profitable