A brief devotional-type format blog post about God's progressive revelation in history. God has revealed himself through many people in many ways. We must understand each part of the Bible on its own merits and fit it all together without allowing later truths to be read into the earlier truths.
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.
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.
A fundamental of the genuine Christian faith have always been a defense of Scriptural authority. This concept can involve more than one idea, let me just throw out some key ideas. First, the saying sola Scriptura, the concept of Scripture alone, referring to the exclusive nature of the Bible's authority. Second, the concept of the … Continue reading Thoughts on a Self-Authenticating Bible
Today, I would like to share some thoughts on Free Grace theology and its relationship to the requirement of holiness. What am I referring to when I say "free grace theology"? Put briefly, free grace theology is marked by a firm defense of salvation through simple trust in Christ alone and the protection of that … Continue reading Free Grace Theology and the Requirement of Holiness
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