Category Archives: Hermeneutics

The Gospel and The Kingdom

Here’s a great discussion by a Theologian, a Pastor, and a New Testament Scholar on the Gospel of Paul and the Kingdom of Jesus It’s very important, I think, to get “the gospel” correct. There is a push today to … Continue reading

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For Whom Did Jesus Die?

Did “T.U.L.I.P.” exist before the 20th century? No. Was Limited atonement taught by any first generation reformers (John Calvin et. al.)? No. Did all Calvinists at and after Dort (like John Davenant, who was a signer at Dort) accept Limited … Continue reading

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On The Bible (Inerrancy)

How do we judge? Behold, I am setting a plumb line in the midst of my people Israel; I will never again pass by them Amos 7:7 There is a large swath of biblical scholarship attempting to find a “better” … Continue reading

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How Many Days Was Jesus In The Grave?

This post is a little over 2 years old. Though it’s an “oldie” it’s a goody 😉 This question frequently comes up “how in the world is Friday eventing to Sunday morning “3-days”??? Start by looking at all the references … Continue reading

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Are We Keeping the Sabbath?

Here is a repost of a blog I did almost a year and a half ago, I’ve found it useful for reference, from time to time… Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy… …Six days you shall labor, and … Continue reading

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