Interview with a Dispensational Presuppositionalist: Dr. Christopher Cone of Tyndale Theological Seminary « The Domain for Truth

This is a very interesting interview with my good friend Dr. Christopher Cone, president of Tyndale Theological Seminary.  Dr. Cone is one of the brightest theological/philosophical minds in Christianity today.  He has done ground-breaking work in both the examination of Dispensational Hermeneutics and Epistemological Presuppositionalism. Interview with a Dispensational Presuppositionalist: Dr. Christopher Cone of Tyndale […]

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Hermeneutics and the Spiritual Life

One’s hermeneutic practice is a topic of vital importance.  Everyone has a hermeneutic practice whether they know it or not and whether they are able to explain it or not.  What is the term hermeneutic(s) you may ask.  Good question. The term hermeneutic (hur ma noo tik) may be defined as the science of interpretation, […]

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Israel and the Church: Does One Equal the Other, Part 2

  In a previous post (June 25, 2012) I began sharing many of the distinctions between Israel and the Church.  In particular, I simply shared twelve of the twenty-four contrasts that were identified by Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer in the fourth volume of his Systematic Theology, and, in some cases, clarified or refined by Dr. Arnold […]

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Hidden Faith of Our Founding Fathers

I find it necessary to put my intended blog entry on hold for a bit while I revisit a topic I discussed sometime back.  The original post – found here http://randomtheoloblog.wordpress.com/2012/03/07/a-repudiation-of-brannon-howse-and-chris-pinto/ – as well as the follow up post – found here http://randomtheoloblog.wordpress.com/2012/04/10/a-brief-response/ – were meant to direct attention to the work of John Eidsmoe, a brilliant […]

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The Object of Our Trust

Well, SCOTUS, or should I say Chief Justice Roberts handed down the so-called Obamacare decision today.  Despite what the court has decided, the truth remains as stated by the four dissenting justices that there is nothing constitutional about the bill.  It is a travesty of justice and has put the final stake into the heart […]

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