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Here is the full text of my study of Supercessionism or Replacement Theology in pdf format: Replacement Theology REPLACEMENT THEOLOGY Is it right to Use the Term? Recently I have been reminded of the Reformed CT community’s aversion to the label of supercessionism, or worse, replacement theology. In the last decade or so particularly I haveContinue Reading
These lectures stress how crucial Biblical Covenants (as opposed to theologically contrived covenants) are for the interpretation of the whole Bible.
“Looked at simply as a book about presuppositional apologetics this is a welcome addition. Between the customary Introduction and Conclusion there are seven informative chapters… the author has thought through how best to present the logic of the approach, and he brings in some useful refinements in this area; refinements which readers will appreciate.”
There have been many reviews of this book from different sources, but this is one of the very few from a ‘dispensational’ perspective.
In Ephesians 3 and Colossians 1 the Apostle Paul refers to teaching about the Church as a “mystery” (musterion) . What does he mean by this? Is he saying that the Old Testament saints knew nothing about the New Testament Church? This lecture deals mainly with the claims of so-called “Progressive Dispensationalism”.
In Ephesians 3 and Colossians 1 the Apostle Paul refers to teaching about the Church as a “mystery” (musterion) . What does he mean by this? Is he saying that the Old Testament saints knew nothing about the New Testament Church? These two lectures plainly show this to be the case.
This is an in-depth review of a highly touted Reformed Systematic Theology from a Dispensational perspective A New Systematic TheologyContinue Reading
A clear presentation of the so-called “Doctrines of Grace” Greg ForsterContinue Reading
This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Dispensationalism and TULIP: An Uneasy Alliance?Dispensationalism and TULIP5 Is there an uneasy acquaintance between Traditional Dispensationalism and the Five Points of Calvinism. This set of studies tries to demonstrate that, while there are agreements, there remain significant hermeneutical and theological disagreements.Continue Reading
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