False teachers must be rejected from our homes when they come specifically to promote falsehood.
Category: Systematic Theology
Dr. Norman L. Geisler has been one of the foremost Christian apologists during the last 50 years. He has written books on everything from open theism to ethics to higher criticism and more. Later in his career, he has also authored a four volume systematic theology which was consolidated into a one-volume edition as well. Like traditional systematic theologies, his work … Continue reading A Review of Norm Geisler’s Prolegomena
The Biblical God revealed in the Bible should be our starting point, but we need to justify this starting point as well before we begin to study the Bible and Christian doctrine.
A quote from Dr. Andy Woods about the sanctity of our lives as Christians as opposed to mere quality of life.
While some call for the sovereignty of God, the center, the Trinity, and other areas as the center of the faith, i think we need to be careful in this. It is more helpful to place emphasis on our beliefs about Bible and how to interpret it to help us in knowing the truth.
Today, on my 30th birthday, I would like to offer some personal and theological reflections on my first 30 years of life, especially my Christian life. I share about my salvation, my early years, my years of struggle, and my years of growth. I conclude with my hopes for the future.
Balance can be a concept that is used to justify unbiblical belief and practice, but it is still needed. We must know, proclaim, and live all the Word of God. We must be balanced in all our doctrine and life. This is what it means to have a truly Biblical worldview.
Balance in doctrine and life is shown to have been taught by the greatest voices for traditional dispensationalism since the mid-1800s.
Premillennialism contributes some distinctive and BIblical truths to tells us what the Blessed Hope will mean for those who are saved and for those who are lost. This post offers four reasons why Premillennialism matters.
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