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“What I am saying is that if the phrase “All Truth is God’s Truth” is to be of any acceptable use to us it has to bear a meaning which we can take to God as in agreement with His Word. We must not let our kids leave our homes with the slippery notion that we can decide what is true and then expect the Lord to place His Divine imprimatur on our assessment.”
The first lecture outlines the teleology (purpose) and eschatology (fulfillment) which is built into the Creation at its inception, and which drives the Bible Story to its consummation. The second lecture looks at Zechariah 3:9ff. as an example of what that culmination might be expected to look like.
From what I have written in support of this definition several things come out:
1. Revelation is, for the most part, unambiguous clear communication or it is not good communication
2. The progressive revealing must be amenable to tracking so as to ensure it is cohesive and non-contradictory.
3. The idea of progressive revelation, then, also carries the notion of expectancy, based on the content of what God revealed.”
This lesson aims at giving a basic presentation of some of the major false Jesus’s which have been set forth as replacements for the Jesus of the Bible.
“The doctrine of the Trinity is a truth upon which all other truths rely.”
There have been many reviews of this book from different sources, but this is one of the very few from a ‘dispensational’ perspective.
A one-stop lesson in which Dr Henebury runs through the hermeneutical boundaries he uses in seeking out the meaning of Scripture.
This new book by Meyer describes the hopeless disarray into which evolutionary explanations of the Cambrian Explosion have come. The author convincingly shows how the evidence does not comport with Neo-Darwinism, but in fact contradicts it at many crucial points.
“In their choice of William Edgar to write this book the publishers could not have done better. Edgar was converted through Schaeffer’s ministry and knew the Schaeffer’s well. Although Edgar incorporates personal reminiscences and reflections on the man, his evaluation is free of sentimentality and panegyric. Schaeffer on the Christian Life is a sympathetic yet objective appraisal of its subject, calculated to promote the spirituality it records.”
Without Tyndale we would not have the English language as we know it.
“Paul Henebury is doing something so obvious that you have to marvel that no one has done it before, let alone done it so well…” read more
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