Monthly Archives: May 2013

RC Sproul Jr. On The Wrath Of God

No one in his right mind would admit to it, but it is there nonetheless. In fact, it is there in epidemic numbers. The church is full of people who are embarrassed by God. Sure, there are parts of Him … Continue reading

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Sam Waldron Contra Barry Horner On Hermeneutics And “Anti-Judaism”

From Sam Waldron’s review of Barry Horner’s book Future Israel: Why Christians Anti-Judaism Must Be Challenged: 1. Racist Hermeneutics? The first thing that comes to mind when one reads these chapters is the surprise that hermeneutics could be Anti-Judaic. One … Continue reading

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Sam Storms On The Israel Of God (Eph. 2 & Gal. 3)

From his new book Kingdom Come: The Amillennial Alternative: In my second year at Dallas Seminary I took a course in the Greek exegesis of Ephesians. One of the requirements for the class was an exegetical paper on a particular … Continue reading

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Words From Machen

At the very heart of the real Christian missionary message is the conviction that every individual hearer to whom the missionary goes is in deadly peril, and that unless the message is heeded he is without hope in this world … Continue reading

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What The Media Edited From The Mouth Of The Murderer In London

Governments hide information from their citizens. All of them. The rationale that follows is that if we get our hands on the information they have, we will feel unsafer than we are now and things will get messier (a worse … Continue reading

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Mike Renihan On Hermeneutics And Confessionalism

Many of us were taught to read and comprehend documents according to a self-centered methodology that assumed that all literature is dynamic. We were taught to ask questions like, “What’s in this for me?” or “How am I to understand … Continue reading

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Robert Reymond Contra Walt Kaiser On Hermeneutics

But the one area of his proposed methodology where I believe Kaiser will receive the most interaction from his critics (and with which I personally would plead that the Church must not follow Kaiser) is his insistence in many places … Continue reading

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