Without a solid foundation all theology must rest on shifting sand
Scripture is sufficient, totally adequate, and competent to meet the needs of every individual Christian in every circumstance of life.
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My good friend Dr. Chris Cone has written some excellent observations concerning how we interpret and apply Scripture in our lives. Its worth some time and consideration. Diversity, Biblical Interpretation, and Sunrise over the Atlantic | drcone.com.
The term “presuppositional” refers to the idea that all belief systems begin with circular reasoning based on self-authenticating (unprovable) truths or statements of “truth.”
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 […]
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, […]
Israel and the Church are two distinct entities with two distinct purposes in God’s plan for the ages.
I never cease to be amazed by those who are firmly committed to the Reformed faith who at the same time believe that God has abandoned ethnic Israel (1) in favor of the Church. It seems incongruent with the whole idea of Divine Election as well as the character and nature of God Himself. Allow […]
I have been asked on more than one occasion why it is necessary to maintain the absolute distinction between Israel and the Church. My first answer to that question is to ask, “Do you mind if I call you Bob? I know your name is not Bob, but does it really matter?” Then I get […]