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The Rules of Affinity on Audio (Pt.3)

The Rules of Affinity on Audio (Pt.3)

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The Rules of Affinity on Audio (Pt.2)

The Rules of Affinity on Audio (Pt.2)

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The Rules of Affinity on Audio (Pt.1)

The Rules of Affinity on Audio (Pt.1)

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Complete Series: Trying to Get the Rapture Right

Complete Series: Trying to Get the Rapture Right

I have finally completed a series of twelve posts about the Rapture in which I have appealed for humility among the various schools of thought, while also explaining my pretribulational position.  I was asked to bring the posts together in one place, so here they are: Part One: Introduction Part Two: The Main Verses (1)Continue Reading

BIBLICAL COVENANTALISM: Do We Interpret the OT By The NT?

BIBLICAL COVENANTALISM: Do We Interpret the OT By The NT?

This entry is part 23 of 28 in the series Biblical Covenantalism

This entry is part 23 of 28 in the series Biblical CovenantalismThese lectures address the widespread notion that the Bible intends the OT to be interpreted by the NT.  But this raises all sorts of problems, since, e.g., the NT appeals to the OT for its authority. DoestheNThavepriorityovertheOld1   DoestheNThavepriorityoverthe-Old2Continue Reading

A Review of ‘Invitation to Biblical Interpretation’

A Review of ‘Invitation to Biblical Interpretation’

“Hermeneutics is not just the art and science of how to interpret, but is also reflection on how we already interpret.  This is tacitly acknowledged on page 65 n.22 where there is a suggestion made to meditate on passages in the Psalms and Isaiah before interpreting.  But they quickly go on to affirm the importance of “the literary and linguistic aspects of the biblical material” (66).  This point is well taken, but it is in the employment of these aspects within a theological matrix that is often the problem.”

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BIBLICAL COVENANTALISM: The Church As A “Mystery”

BIBLICAL COVENANTALISM: The Church As A “Mystery”

This entry is part 22 of 28 in the series Biblical Covenantalism

This entry is part 22 of 28 in the series Biblical CovenantalismWhat does the Apostle mean when he describes the concept of the Church as a “mystery”?  Included is some critical interaction with ‘replacement’ and progressive dispensational views. The Church as a Mystery 1 The Church as a Mystery 2  Continue Reading

Videos of CHRIST AS THE CENTER OF SCRIPTURE

Videos of CHRIST AS THE CENTER OF SCRIPTURE

Videos of Dr. Henebury’s Conference presentation earlier this year.   If you want to know what Biblical Covenantalism is, you can find out here.   Session 1. Christ and Interpretation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9O431v8m9Q Session 2: Christ and Creation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma3Qi7yMHdw Session 3: The Covenants of God https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQHY1clNYK4 Session 4: Christ and the Covenants https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBywI2J8rlE Session 5: Christ and theContinue Reading

BIBLICAL COVENANTALISM: The Meaning of Israel in the New Testament

BIBLICAL COVENANTALISM: The Meaning of Israel in the New Testament

This entry is part 20 of 28 in the series Biblical Covenantalism

This entry is part 20 of 28 in the series Biblical CovenantalismThese studies demonstrate that Israel means Israel, never the Church. Israel in the New Testament (1) 12.Israel in theNT1 Israel in the New Testament (2) 13.IsraelintheNT2Continue Reading

What is Progressive Revelation?

What is Progressive Revelation?

“The whole idea of progression in this sense must incorporate constancy of meaning. Like coming across leopard tracks in the snow; following them would lead you to a leopard. It would not lead you to a bear. Bears have different signatures. Just so, when God reveals He leaves a verbal signature which can be tracked. It cannot eventuate in a result which the revelation has rendered us totally unprepared for.”

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