Monthly Archives: October 2010
Does the Bible teach individual or corporate election? Here’s an excellent treatment by Dr. Dan Wallace: Corporate Election
I’ve been looking forward to this upcoming addition to the Pillar NT Commentary series. It’s a good idea to have a wide sampling of commentaries on 1 Corinthians as it contains several controverted texts that require careful study. And how thoughtful … Continue reading
I’m a Giants fan, the old Mets as I like to say…. This kind of thing doesn’t happen to me very often. Still not over 2002… So….I will be preoccupied this upcoming week also. Go Giants!!
Some theologians want to interpret the opening chapters of Genesis in such a way as to deny it’s historicity, particularly with regard to a literal Adam. However French theologian Henri Blocher offers some compelling thoughts on this position when he … Continue reading
An interesting and thoughtful post by the Dean of the Reformed Baptist Seminary: Confessions of a Recovering Legalist
Pastor Randy Pizzino stepped down from a comfortable ministry, a nice church building, and a dependable salary, to share the Gospel with the lost and destitute of the inner city of Roanoke, VA (the area he served in for about … Continue reading
Listen to this excellent message from the most recent T4G Conference: Unity, Not Uniformity: Diversity in the Body of Christ