O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?
Tami asked: here
What about those who don’t believe, and whom God does not make willing, or cause to mention His name? Do all people in every nation prove the glories of His righteousness? Remember that He rules the world in truth and grace by the gospel. The gospel judges every individual who hears it, as it judges all nations. And again, that judgment is…
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Interpreting the Hebrew Bible in light of ancient Near Eastern…
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Dec 12th, 2011 by James F. McGrath…
|“Change, Acquiesce, or Depart Honorably with Conviction”: The Unhappy Politics of Creation…|
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Here is a pretty good resource. I have corresponded with the author of the blog in the last month. He now has a copy of "Beyond Creation Science." He may end up writing a review. He is a trained geologist so his insights from the scientific side of things are really interesting for anyone looking into the YEC / OEC debate.
Dec 4th, 2011 by Michael F. Bird
Some videos of N.T. Wright at Moody Bible Institute have been put up (HT: …Continue
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Here is something from volume two of my book, The Antichrist and the Second Coming: A Preterist Examination. Volume two looks at the book of Revelation. It should be out in a couple of months.
Is there a narrative to Revelation? Does it have a unifying storyline? Despite the many complexities of the book, the answer to this question is a definite yes; there is a simple and clear storyline to Revelation.
Revelation is a tale of two…
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Dec 2nd, 2011 by James F. McGrath…Continue
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This is a really good article. Thought I should share it here at DiD:
What is the true strength of covenant eschatology? A lot of people would say the "time-texts" convinced them of preterism. We've all seen people try to fudge them in order avoid the implications for their beliefs. They mean what? Well,…Continue