Terms for the Covenant

Reformed theology is covenant theology, for the concept of covenant has shaped the development of Reformed thinking. Written by R. C. Sproul | Thursday, January 14, 2016 God made a covenant with Abraham, not Hammurabi. He chose the Jews, not the Philistines. He entered into a covenant relationship with them and said, “I will be […]

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Mordern Dispensationalism and the Doctrine of the Unity of Scripture

The rejection of the Old Testament, in part or in whole, was one of the numerous errors of the Gnostics by Oswald T. Allis No doctrine concerning Scripture is of more practical importance to the Bible student than that which affirms its unity and harmony. Obviously, the trustworthiness, perspicuity and plenary inspiration of Scripture cannot […]

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September 25: The Solemn League and Covenant (1643) by Wayne Sparkman

The Solemn League and Covenant Ascribedby Rev. David T. Myers Solomon reminds us in Proverbs 22:1 that “a good name is to be more desired that great wealth.” Our names are important because they are part of our identity. These posts go out to those whose convictions identify them as belonging to the name “Presbyterian.”  As […]

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Inerrancy and Divine Accommodation

21 September 2018 by Hans Madueme Bible Study, Biblical Interpretation, & The Life and Ministry of Christ SHARE Twitter Facebook Email Christians have historically endorsed the doctrine of divine accommodation. This doctrine holds that since God is transcendent, He cannot communicate to us as equals in the language of pure, unfiltered, heavenly discourse. He is […]

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