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02.15.2012 by Reed Dunn

Lutheranism: My Introduction

I am beginning a new series investigating the differences between Lutheran and Reformed views of salvation.

Topics: reformed theology, presbyterian, lutheran, justification

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02.14.2012 by Chris Miller

One Tree

Paul said the gospel has gone to Gentiles that Israel (ethnic) might be envious; have we made them envious?  Instead of making them envious we’ve sought to comfort them in their rejection of Christ.

Topics: dispensational theology, covenant theology, biblical theology

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02.13.2012 by Greg Billingsley

The Land Promise To The Patriarchs

We turn to the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and we see that Adam’s commission and its associated promises are passed along to them. We’ll start with a discussion on the similarities between Adam and Noah’s commission and the one given to the patriarchs, and then we will discuss the differences between the two commissions.

Topics: the cultural mandate, biblical theology

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02.10.2012 by Kevin Hale

Jesus at the Feast of Booths: John 7-8 - Part 2

In this article, I explore the Old Testament background that is important to our understanding of Jesus’ ministry at the Feast of Booths as recorded in John 7-8.

Topics: old testament background, john, biblical theology

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02.10.2012 by Chris Miller

Just Make a Decision, Will You?

I believe that the effects of Charles Finney’s (and other’s) ministry has so infected the American church that we hardly even know all the areas polluted by it.  Our understanding of and expectations concerning Covenant Children is one of those areas.

Topics: children, biblical theology

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02.08.2012 by Reed Dunn

Genesis: Keep’m Separated

In this series, we will study the contours and imagery of the Book of Genesis.  Genesis provides the seed from which the gospel blooms - and much is to be discovered in its pages.

Topics: genesis, creation, biblical theology

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02.08.2012 by Chris Miller

One Plan

There is only plan of God for the salvation of sinners – for all men.  That plan is through the person and work of Jesus Christ.  As Peter said before the council, “And there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12).

Topics: covenant theology

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02.08.2012 by Greg Billingsley

Mr. Billingsley Goes To Presbytery

Yesterday I had the privilege of attending and participating in Presbytery for the first time. Going in, I had no intentions of writing about it, but my experience was so encouraging, fulfilling, and refreshing that I feel there are some things worth sharing with you.

Topics: presbyterian

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02.06.2012 by Chris Miller

To Whom Do They Belong?

So what does this mean for the church and for parents as we seek to minister to these young ones in our midst?  Do we view them as wolves among the sheep or do we view them as lambs within the fold?

Topics: family, covenant theology, children, biblical theology

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02.02.2012 by Chris Miller

The People of God - Intro, Part 2

As we begin to understand that from Genesis to Revelation, there is one plan of God for one people of God redeemed by the Son of God, we begin to see the grace, compassion, love, forgiveness, and faithfulness of the LORD our God and the absolute wonder of the Gospel.

Topics: dispensational theology, covenant theology, biblical theology

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02.01.2012 by Reed Dunn

Weakness

God likes to be the strong one in our lives.  Unfortunately, there are times when I would rather be the strong one, even if that means screwing something up.

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01.26.2012 by Greg Billingsley

The Land Promise To Noah

In the second post in The Biblical Promise of Land series, we trace God’s interaction with Noah. Noah is given the same commission containing the same land promise as Adam, yet Noah and his descendants fail to fulfill that commission. We also start to recognize a pattern of judgement between God and humanity.

Topics: the cultural mandate, biblical theology

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01.25.2012 by Kevin Hale

Jesus at the Feast of Booths: John 7-8 - Part 1

The first in a series of articles exploring the Old Testament background to the claims made by and about Jesus during the Feast of Booths as recorded in John 7-8.

Topics: old testament background, john, biblical theology

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01.25.2012 by Chris Miller

The People of God - Intro

The driving force of this blog series is simply this:  that Christ may not be eclipsed by a people for whom He came.  May He be exalted.

Topics: biblical theology

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01.24.2012 by Reed Dunn

Genesis: The Creation Spirit

In this series, we will study the contours and imagery of the Book of Genesis.  Genesis provides the seed from which the gospel blooms - and much is to be discovered in its pages.

Topics: genesis, creation

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01.21.2012 by Kevin Hale

Impressionist Theology

A brief explanation of the title and goal of “Impressionist Theology”

Topics: biblical theology, art

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01.20.2012 by Greg Billingsley

The Land Promise In Creation

What does the Bible say about promises of land? Does God promise land to anyone? Are there specific promises to the nation of Israel? What do the promises of land really mean? In this series we’re going to take a wide angle view of the subject through the lens of biblical theology, starting at the beginning with the land promise in Creation.

Topics: the cultural mandate, creation, biblical theology

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01.16.2012 by Reed Dunn

Shortest History of Philosophy Ever!

All of philosophy boiled down to five simple steps, and yet I think it is basically true.  Ever wonder where we’ve been?  Where we’re going?  Ever wonder why it matters?

Topics: philosophy

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01.15.2012 by Greg Billingsley

What’s In A Name?

Considering the difficulty I’ve had in coming up with a name for this blog, one might think that I should stop before I get started. But this is not the first time I have had this problem. Every now and then in my business we have to come up with a name for a new store or website. The pragmatic engineering side of me says that, if we are going to sell widgets, then we should name the store Widgets and the website widgets.com. Simple, right? Yes, it’s a little too simple, which would make me a marketing firm’s worst client.

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01.14.2012 by Reed Dunn

Dear Reader

This blog is intended to be read by the curious Christian who wants to know more about their God, more about his Word, or more about their faith.  I appreciate your interest in my ideas and I am confident that God will lead you into all truth, even when I am wrong.

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