A Theological Problem of Theonomy (Kline)

 One of the more profound and, in my opinion, helpful critiques of theonomy was written by Meredith Kline in volume 41 (1978/79) of the Westminster Theological Journal.   In this article called "Comments on an Old-New Error", Kline is interacting with Greg Bahnsen's 1977 publication, Theonomy in Christian Ethics.  There are quite a few points in… Continue reading A Theological Problem of Theonomy (Kline)

Dispensationalism, Theonomy, and Biblical Theology (Lints)

It is very important to remember that there is historical progression in Scripture. The Bible is a historical book that records stories from the beginning of the world to the 1st century AD (and beyond, if you think of the prophecies).  But the Bible isn't a regular history book; it is what we call redemptive… Continue reading Dispensationalism, Theonomy, and Biblical Theology (Lints)