Recently, I was able to join Nick Batzig and Jeff Waddington on Christ the Center for a discussion on the third use of the law in light of redemptive-history. Errors abound … Read more→
Archive for the ‘Biblical Theology’ Category
Over the last year, the subjects of hermeneutics and typology have been sources of vigorous discussion at Reformed Forum. These are very important issues, and I am glad we have been … Read more→
Lane Tipton’s proposal of a thoroughly christological reading of the Old Testament, in christotelic, christocentric, and christomorphic senses, properly qualified and defined, (found in his article in Confident of … Read more→
Kline's unusual ability to connect previously opaque biblical themes.
This is a kind of follow-up to Camden’s blog post on Pentecost.
The question I am asking here, however, is whether or not 1 Corinthians 13:8 ought to be interpreted as … Read more→
I’ve recently read a review by Dr. Cornelius Venema on this book in the recent Mid-America Journal of Theology. If I understand Dr. Venema correctly, he disagrees with the … Read more→
Well, by the grace of God I have now been ministering the Word of God as a pastor for 8 years. I’ve learned a lot over that period of … Read more→