From time to time I read critiques that Reformed theology doesn’t really do justice to the kingdom of God, or that it is weak on kingdom theology. In other words, some current theologians, teachers, and authors are critical of Reformed theology because (in their view) it relegates the kingdom of God to a minor place… Continue reading Reformed Theology and the Kingdom of God
This is an excellent, balanced, and biblical resource on an often misunderstood teaching of Scripture: The Man of Sin: Uncovering the Truth about the Antichrist. I marked the following paragraphs (among many others) that are worth sharing: "The biblical writers do indeed foretell of Antichrist, but the images found in Scripture are markedly different from… Continue reading Antichrist(s)
In A Case for Amillennialism, Kim Riddlebarger gives a great biblical refutation of the secret rapture that dispensationalists teach. Here's one paragraph of that section. "One of the most telling criticisms [of a secret rapture] is the language used by Paul in 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, the very passage used by dispensationalists as a proof text for two comings… Continue reading The Rapture and A Cosmic Dog Whistle
A friend of mine recently made the trek out of dispensationalism into Reformed theology. A few members in the church I serve also came out of dispensational circles. These things made me want to study dispensationalism from a dispensationalist's point of view, so I purchased and read Ryrie's Dispensationalism (Revised and Expanded). While I don't want to give a book review… Continue reading Eschatology, Millennialism, End Times, etc.