Word studies are not exegesis
Or, don’t bother learning the original languages if you don’t yet know how communication works in even your native tongue.
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What is going on with Legion and the pigs?
Why does Legion beg to go into the pigs? Why does Jesus let them? Why do the pigs then rush into the sea?
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Is the Sabbath still required for Christians?
One of the characteristics of the “New Calvinism” is that it is generally anti-sabbatarian. Is this right?
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Are most women less perceptive than 6 year old children?
A question for Douglas Wilson, who seems to think the majority of women who procure abortions are hoodwinked, and have no real idea of what they’re doing.
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My first book, coming February 22, 2016
The first of hopefully many intersections between my professional life, and ministry.
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What is hell, and is it biblical? Part 7: the early church
A response to Jacob McMillen and Josiah Pemberton. In this installment, I demonstrate how they must cite cherry-picked evidence from the most absurdly unqualified sources to make the case that eternal punishment wasn’t part of early church doctrine.
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What is hell, and is it biblical? Part 6: argument from statistics
A response to Jacob McMillen and Josiah Pemberton. In this installment, I briefly demolish their “statistical argument” that if hell were in the Bible, it would appear more often.
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