Wednesday, November 24, 2021

How Many Second Comings Are There?

Pretribbers are often said to hold to more than one future coming of Christ. There is some irony to this accusation - a topic I've written about before. Anyway, interesting thoughts by Jim McClarty

Monday, November 22, 2021

The Words of the Covenant - Book Review

My review of Dr. Paul Henebury's book - The Words of the Covenant: A Biblical Theology (Volume 1 – Old Testament Expectation) - can be read HERE  You can read more from the author at his blog HERE 

There's a lot of work in reading the book and doing it justice. It's well written and not too academic, but there's a lot to digest. My hope is that it attracts more interest because it is an important contribution to biblical theology. And note that this is Volume One. Volume Two (New Testament) is forthcoming.

Saturday, November 13, 2021

Most Men Cave . . . Jesus Didn’t

Jon Harris on a warning from a secular source...

Jon talks about the book “Ordinary Men,” which illustrates the fact that most people do the wrong thing when forced. He then relates it to the current situation and encourages people to know their convictions and stand with others who have proven themselves already.

Friday, November 5, 2021

Thoughts on Socialism and the Bible

Socialism is becoming popular in the United States, especially among the younger generations. One poll noted that 61% of those between the ages of 18 and 24 thought positively of socialism. Another poll said that 43% of Americans thought some form of socialism would be a good thing for the United States. The popularity of socialism in the United States is due in part to the political popularity of politicians like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, but it also seems that many young people embrace socialism without really understanding what socialism is...keep reading 

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

David Guzik on Pretribulationism

I've always regarded Guzik as a clear thinker.

Sunday, October 24, 2021

Interpreting the End Times

Follow Dr. Henebury's series on the Telos Ministries YouTube Channel. 

Friday, October 15, 2021

Christianity or Critical Theory?

From TableTalk,

Throughout history, the church has found itself at the crossroads of the sacred and the secular, where competing voices would lead us in different directions. The recent surge of interest in varying aspects of critical theory has forced many church leaders and members to make active decisions as to how, or to what extent, to engage with these issues. The purpose of this article is to interact with critical theory from a Reformed, Christian perspective, particularly wrestling with the question of whether the two systems are compatible. This will be done in five steps. First, the importance of the subject will be addressed. Second, an overview of the origin and history of critical theory will be given. Third, the worldview of critical theory will be examined. Fourth, a critique of critical theory from a biblical and theological point of view will be offered. Finally, some practical ways the church can engage the issues critical theory has raised from an unapologetically Christian point of view will be proposed...keep reading