I offer some brief comments on the book Ancient Wine and the Bible by David Brumbelow and how it has helped me in thinking through the issues around abstience. It shows that we should not assume that wine in the Bible is always alcoholic, but that rather we should let the historical context and the Biblical context inform how we understand references to wine.
False teachers must be rejected from our homes when they come specifically to promote falsehood.
Christians should desire to care for animal life and the environment, but because the earth is the Lords and he requires it. The true salvation for the planet and animal life will be found in the Second Coming of Christ.
Balance in doctrine and life is shown to have been taught by the greatest voices for traditional dispensationalism since the mid-1800s.
As I begin this blog, I feel it is only right to start with some introductory comments on the two areas I mentioned in my welcome post, namely theology and apologetics. Today, allow me to start on theology. The task of theology is indeed a task. By this, I mean that the Bible does not … Continue reading Introductory Musings on Theology