Monthly Archives: October 2010

Dan Wallace on Corporate Election

Does the Bible teach individual or corporate election? Here’s an excellent treatment by Dr. Dan Wallace: Corporate Election Advertisements

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Book news…

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

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Two Weeks Without Blogging…Why?

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!!

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Original Sin as an Adamic Event

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

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Confessions of a Recovering Legalist

An interesting and thoughtful post by the Dean of the Reformed Baptist Seminary: Confessions of a Recovering Legalist

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Never Retire from Sharing the Gospel

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

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Michael McKinley on Unity

Listen to this excellent message from the most recent T4G Conference: Unity, Not Uniformity: Diversity in the Body of Christ

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