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Is Jesus the Carpenter Building Mansions in Heaven?

February 25, 2015
Is Jesus the Carpenter Building Mansions in Heaven?

In using these words related to "dwelling-place" and "tabernacle," John alludes back to redemptive history in the Old Testament.

Transformed by Incomprehensible Love (Repost)

February 13, 2012
Transformed by Incomprehensible Love (Repost)

A husband promises to love and to cherish his wife, but would he keep this promise if his wife was unfaithful? Not so with Christ, who, like Hosea, kept his promise, even to an adulterous Bride: he "loved the church and gave himself up for her."

95 Theses Against Dispensationalism (Updated)

August 5, 2008
95 Theses Against Dispensationalism (Updated)

Thanks to Albert for leading me to a thorough refutation of dispensational premillennialism: "The Ninety-Five Theses Against Dispensationalism" written by Dr. Robert L. Reymond for the NiceneCouncil.com

Astonished by Millennial Temple Foolishness

June 7, 2008
Astonished by Millennial Temple Foolishness

After Christ reigns for 1,000 years over glorified saints who came back from heaven, multitudes led by Gog and Magog rebel against God! Where did all these wicked people come from? Does this mean that in the perfect age to come, glorified saints will mingle with sinful people?

Hagee: a Minor Player in Evangelical Zionism

June 3, 2008

Many who oppose evangelical Zionism rejoiced in the recent McCain-Hagee debacle. It can't get better than this, they think. But evangelical support for Israel is rooted way beyond Hagee, Hal Lindsey, and Tim Lahaye. Back in 1998, Timothy P. Weber wrote a thorough historical and theological analysis of the reasons why evangelicals love Israel in a Christianity Today article entitled "How Evangelicals Became Israel's Best Friend." Here are a couple of his points...

“Could Instruments Be Idols?”

May 7, 2008
“Could Instruments Be Idols?”

Dr. R. Scott Clark, Professor of Historical Theology at Westminster Seminary California, has quite a challenging post about musical instruments in worship: "Could Instruments Be Idols?" He points out two major problems with the use of musical instruments in worship.

“Nuke Iran!” – John Hagee and Evangelical Zionists

March 19, 2008
“Nuke Iran!” – John Hagee and Evangelical Zionists

For a printer-friendly PDF copy, click here. I’m re-posting this article from October 26, 2007 1:30 pm. Warning: I wrote this post to provoke readers to reassess well-entrenched, preconceived ideas about Israel, the Church, and the Second Coming. Be a patient reader, ponder the Scriptures, and those ideas will be shaken! “We want you to […]

Donatist, Anabaptist, and Presbyterian Confusion

March 23, 2007

For a printer-friendly version (PDF) of this article, click here. Infant Baptism Among Evangelicals In the classes I’m teaching at a Presbyterian school, the discussions frequently turn to the question of infant baptism. The questions and comments are interesting, to say the least, and sometimes shocking. One pastor described how his church baptizes an adult […]

That There is Only One God

November 27, 2006

Many Christians wouldn't know what to say when confronted with the question: "What is God" or "Who is God." But we don't have to conjure up vague answers in our mind: the Confession already has a comprehensive one. Let's look briefly at each portion of the Confession's definition of God, and then think about some misconceptions related to that portion.

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