Losing the Legacy of Orthodoxy

The design of common/redemptive kingdom semantics is the preservation of the redemptive kingdom, and with it, the preservation of the gospel that alone produces it.

Covenant Theology IV | The Covenant of Works

In substance, all that is meant by “covenant of works” is the divine imposition of conditions upon man in the garden with blessings for obedience to those conditions and curses for failing to obey.

Covenant Theology III | The Covenant of Redemption

The covenant of redemption is not distinct to paedobaptist covenant theology, but to the orthodoxy of high Calvinism in the post-Reformation era.

Covenant Theology II | Jesus, Plus Some Other Stuff?

To bring our understanding of the New Testament into Old Testament interpretation is, for the dispensationalist, an “intrusion of an outside view upon the plain text of Scripture.”

Covenant Theology I | The Bible According to the Bible

In this first post, I only want to summarily define my own position and address some of Henebury’s starting assumptions.

REVIEW: The Letter and Spirit of Biblical Interpretation

Rules rule the day. System and method, if correctly followed, will automatically garner the right conclusions. The employment of method and the proper outflow of process are givens within the context of a chemical laboratory or doctor’s office.

John Calvin & Tradition

Calvin generally thought of biblical interpretation as a task to be done in concert with the rest of the Christian church.

All That Is God Is Father, Son, & Holy Spirit

Fundamentally, ERAS must reject the clause in the Athanasian Creed that says, “Nothing in this trinity is before or after, nothing is greater or smaller; in their entirety the three persons are coeternal and coequal with each other.”

How Should God’s Existence Inform Our Hermeneutics?

There isn’t any necessarily spiritual aspect to either history or grammar. They are natural categories. History is, after all, empirically discerned and studied…

To Whom was the Old Testament Written?

Many Christians do not know what to do with the Old Testament or where to place it in terms of its significance for the Christian life. Yet the Scriptures give us numerous examples…

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Losing the Legacy of Orthodoxy

The design of common/redemptive kingdom semantics is the preservation of the redemptive kingdom, and with it, the preservation of the gospel that alone produces it.

Covenant Theology IV | The Covenant of Works

In substance, all that is meant by “covenant of works” is the divine imposition of conditions upon man in the garden with blessings for obedience to those conditions and curses for failing to obey.

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Losing the Legacy of Orthodoxy

Losing the Legacy of Orthodoxy

The design of common/redemptive kingdom semantics is the preservation of the redemptive kingdom, and with it, the preservation of the gospel that alone produces it.

Covenant Theology IV | The Covenant of Works

Covenant Theology IV | The Covenant of Works

In substance, all that is meant by “covenant of works” is the divine imposition of conditions upon man in the garden with blessings for obedience to those conditions and curses for failing to obey.

All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.

2 TIMOTHY 3:16-17