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Logical Deduction- a simple rule used in exegesis that would serve Paedo-Baptists well to learn

In Hebrews 8:13, is found another and yet much simpler example of reasoning upon Scripture. “In that He saith, A new covenant, He hath made the first old. 187 more words

Arthur W. Pink

"Convenient Grace": The Eisegetical Move that Keeps Arminians from Accepting a Calvinistic Worldview

Arminian theology is often viewed as the contrast of Calvinism – and rightly so. On most soteriological issues, and in their over-arching theological worldview, they are very different. 3,253 more words

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The Lord Jesus often argued according to the principles of sound reasoning from prophecy and the conformity of the event to the prediction

The Lord Jesus often argued, both with His disciples and with His adversaries, as with rational men, according to the principles of sound reasoning He did so from prophecy and the conformity of the event to the prediction (Luke 24:25, 26; John 5:39, 46). 126 more words

Arthur W. Pink

The right use of 'Reason' example 2

“If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father which is in heaven give good things to them that ask Him?” (Matthew 7:11). 212 more words

Arthur W. Pink

The right use of 'Reason' example 1

12. The right use of reason in connection with the things of God. This is another rule of exegesis which is of considerable importance, yet one that requires to be used with holy care and caution, and by one of mature judgment and thorough acquaintance with the Word. 181 more words

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In sharp contrast with the above, it should be pointed out that in many cases statements put in the interrogative form have the force of an emphatic negative

11. In sharp contrast with the above, it should be pointed out that in many cases statements put in the interrogative form have the force of an emphatic negative. 160 more words

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