Genre. Wellum's book is a scholarly argument. While readable and understandable, it is comprised entirely of an analysis of both Christology proper and the history surrounding the doctrine. As such, it is suitable for people already familiar with the landscape of Christology and a general knowledge theological history. Organization. In the introduction, Wellum stated that... Continue Reading →
Today, my buddy and I interview Judson Greene, a friend of mine at BJU. He wrote the papers on YHWH and the divine council that I read earlier this year.
Welcome back. This week, we are continuing our venture into what the Bible says about the supernatural. This is a continuation of the series YHWH: God of the Gods. In this episode, we are going to answer the question: where did the gods come from? We will start with a short story from Phoenicia that... Continue Reading →
Here are my notes on the Kingdom of God in the Old Testament. Some are manuscripts others are just outlines. I hope that you'll enjoy 🙂 lesson-2b-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-3b-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-5-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-6b-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-7b-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-8-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-3a-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-2a-teacher-outline-2.docx lesson-4-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-6a-teacher-outline-2.docx lesson-7a-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-7c-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-1-teacher-outline-1.docx
There has been no small feud between Covenant Theology and Dispensational Theology. Theologians have argued constantly over which theology is better, using the tools of exegesis and logic, as well as red herrings, straw men, and bandwagons. And Each side presents a highly logical case and can defend it well. But why do they disagree?... Continue Reading →
I've been preping a Sunday School series that I plan to teach this summer. The series is about the Kingdom of God, and I call it Ancient Archieves of Coming Kingdom. The next several posts will be lessons in that series. Some of the lessons are manuscripted, others are outline format. If you would like... Continue Reading →