Saturday, January 28, 2017

He Will Reign Forever - A Biblical Theology of the Kingdom of God

An exciting new book by Dr. Michael Vlach.

See here.

“Without a doubt Michael Vlach’s new book He Will Reign: A Biblical Theology of the Kingdom of God presents one of the best statements on the Kingdom of God.”

Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., Ph.D.
President Emeritus Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

Hardback – 640 pages

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Dispensational Discourse with Dr. Michael Vlach

Interview with Dr Michael Vlach re his views on dispensationalism.

“I attended Roman Catholic schools from first grade through high school,” said Dr. Michael Vlach. “When I became a believer in Jesus Christ around age 15 in 1981, I attended a Pentecostal church that was dispensational in its theology. There was not much eschatology taught from the pulpit, but that church believed in a coming seven-year tribulation and a pretribulational rapture of the church.”...
“During the early 1990s, I was a dispensationalist but also was becoming more Reformed in my views of salvation. Since many Reformed theologians were anti-dispensational, I was curious why they rejected and even despised dispensationalism so much, and I was open to a certain degree to investigate and see if they had legitimate arguments against dispensationalism...keep reading

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Schuyler Canterbury Bible Review

I'm more of an NASB fan but this Bible looks so good...

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Genesis 1:1 is the Most Offensive Verse in the Bible

Dan Phillips' debut at PJ Media:
Hello, PJ Media readers. Good to meet you!
This being my maiden voyage here, it would make sense to tell you a bit about myself and where I’ll be coming from. Or here’s an idea: show, don’t say! Instead, let’s talk about why Genesis 1:1 is the most offensive, infuriating verse in the Bible.
That’s right, the familiar “In the beginning” verse. Forget the ones about homosexuality, Hell, wifely submission, all the rest. Relatively small potatoes, every one of them. If you understand it correctly, Genesis 1:1 is the single verse that should send the modern mind into apoplectic fits of rage...keep reading

Monday, January 9, 2017

Professor John Sailhamer (1946-2017)

Dan Phillips:
Though I can't find any article or source beyond a tweet from Justin Taylor, I read there the sad news that towering OT scholar John Sailhamer has gone to be with the Lord, sometime this year.
I had the great privilege of taking a Hebrew class from John in the late 1970s, and even then he was amazing. Articulate, funny, low-key, utterly unpretentious, easy to talk to, encouraging. I can actually still hear his voice and casual rhythm of speech with memory's ear...keep reading