It is fascinating to me that many biblical scholars today deride their discipline’s captivity to modernity and modernity’s methods while they at the same time continue to accept conclusions about the biblical text that are clearly tied to a modernistic approach. 194 more words
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This is a slightly revised version of what I wrote as a response to a question from progressive dispensationalist Darrell Bock about the inauguration of the Davidic Covenant at the first coming of Christ. 1,141 more words
(This is an excerpt from my working manuscript, Holiness in Fresh Perspective). All Rights Reserved.
The New Perspective highlights the corporate people of God as a central point of reference of Paul’s theology and thought. 644 more words
Book Review - Christian Faith in the Old Testament: The Bible of the Apostles (Gareth Lee Cockerill)
Gareth Lee Cockerill. Christian Faith in the Old Testament: The Bible of the Apostles. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2014. 256 pp. $14.99
I think it’s fairly accurate to say that for a large portion of lay Christians, the majority of their diet in the Word consists of the New Testament sprinkled with some Psalms and Proverbs. 348 more words