As we continue to look at the Dispensational view of the Christian life, we are pleased to be able to begin to look at the more positive side of the issue. That is not to say that the content of the teaching doesn’t have negative aspects, but the outcome of those is quite positive. Having […]
In our last post we delved into two of the three main difficulties that a Christian faces as he/she faces in the daily challenge of living life in obedience to the Holy Spirit, otherwise known as the spiritual, or Spirit-filled life. We will look at the third aspect of this triumvirate of problems the Christian […]
In this He That Is Spiritual article we will continue our discussion of the spiritual life from a Dispensational, therefore Scriptural viewpoint. I don’t say that simply to poke the nose of Reformed Covenantalists who believe Dispensationalism is wrong. I say that based on points made earlier in the previous three articles. Before anyone decides to […]
One of the most important characteristics of our new life as believers is our new position
Christ makes the distinction between the natural man of the flesh and the spiritual man who is born of the Holy Spirit. This is one of the many distinctions between Israel and the Church. The Old Testament saint did not have the blessing of being born of the Holy Spirit as the Church age saint does.
I’m terrible at math. I always did well in my math classes, but never could really understand, a.) how I did that, and b.) math itself, at least Geometry and Algebra. However, I’ve always viewed math as a constant, unchanging system that reveals a greater universal truth. I found this blogpost by Holloway Quarterly to […]
The Words of the Gospel of Eternal Life | 1024project.com. I would like to introduce you to the 1024project.com if you have not yet discovered it on your own. I am one of the founding members and would like to invite you to sample some of the sites work. The above article is by one […]
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, […]
Does God ever want His children to live in fear of anything? Scripture says, yes.
I have often had people argue with me over whether or not God still speaks to us. It’s the old cessationist/non-cessationist row. In his most recent blog, Phil Johnson demonstrates the dangers posed by those who do not hold to Sola Scriputra, which is true of those who are non-cessationist, who believe that God still […]