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Replacement Theology: Is it Wrong to Use the Term? (Pt.4)

Part Three

A Little More on the Reality of ‘Replacementism’

Theologian R. Kendall Soulen opens his book about supercessionism in church history with an explanation of what supercessionism is: 1,040 more words


Interpreting Apocalyptic Literature: An Exegetical Book, by Richard A. Taylor and David M. Howard Jr.

Apocalyptic literature requires a special consideration from interpreters and Bible students. There are some special steps that must be taken in interpreting apocalyptic literature in order to be successful in our interpretation and exposition. 487 more words

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Armor of God: Breastplate of Righteousness

“and put on the breastplate of righteousness”
– Ephesians 6:14b

Righteousness means right-standing. When we talk about righteousness we are talking about our ability to commune with God- To know Him and to be known by Him. 525 more words


Recommended Reading: February 18

If you read one article this week, engage Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark by Corey Hirsch.

For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following selections, gathered from around the blogging world. 164 more words


How "it" really happened

I am going to wind up saying that I don’t know how it really happened and before you start pressing me on just what “it” I have in mind, I want to say that I don’t have one in mind. 1,749 more words

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Replacement Theology: Is it Wrong to Use the Term? (Pt.3)

Part Two

Replacement of Concepts?

In the book The Meaning of the Millennium (ed. Robert G. Clouse), the well known postmillennial scholar Loraine Boettner said, 1,139 more words


Azazel and Yom Kippur: Understanding the Scapegoat of Leviticus 16

By Billy Doolittle

Leviticus 16 most notably gives the origin of Yom Kippur, the Jewish holy day in which Israel atones for their sin. Two sacrifices occur within Leviticus 16. 1,484 more words

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