Monthly Archives: April 2013

Sam Waldron, Michael Vlach On The Israel Of God (Part 2)

From the pen of Dr. Sam Waldron: Michael J. Vlach is a Professor of Theology at the Master’s Seminary in Sun Valley, California. He is also the founder and president of TheologicalStudies.org, a cutting-edge website devoted to providing quality articles, … Continue reading

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Sam Waldron, John MacArthur On The Israel Of God (Part 1)

From the pen of Dr. Sam Waldron: In my book on eschatology, which is with some audacity entitled, The End Times Made Simple, I spent a considerable amount of energy and spilled a lot of ink attempting to provide a … Continue reading

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Sam Waldron On Gospel Eschatology

From the pen of Sam Waldron: The Christian gospel has everything to do with eschatology, and eschatology has everything to do with the gospel. What I mean is briefly this: Jesus speaks of the goal of eschatology as the “regeneration” … Continue reading

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The Andrew Fuller And Abraham Booth Controversy

Fuller defends himself of charges that he denies the imputation of Christ’s righteousness and penal substitutionary atonement. He writes: MY DEAR BROTHER, January 4, 1803. THOUGH you are not wholly unacquainted with what has lately passed between Mr. Booth and myself, relative to certain … Continue reading

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Domineering or Gracious Giving: A Perspective of Pastoral Abuse and Its Correction

James 3:1: Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers, for you know that we who teach will be judged with greater strictness. The task – the privilege – of being one who pastors the flock of God is … Continue reading

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Baptists, Children, And Doug Wilson

From the pen of Fred A. Malone (from his review of The Case For Covenantal Infant Baptism): Douglas Wilson says that the church today is in disarray because Baptists do not let their children be baptized and Presbyterians do not … Continue reading

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Reformed Baptists, Richard L. Pratt Jr. And The New Covenant

From the pen of Dr. Sam Waldron: … for Pratt the present fulfillment of the New Covenant is merely anticipatory of its real fulfillment in the eternal state. This must be the case, because, for Pratt, none of its provisions … Continue reading

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