The Vacuosity of an Unrealised Evangelism in our Eschatology

If our eschatology is not evangelistically realised then it is useless. It is for this reason, for the stunted evangelism that comes out of the dispensationalist rapturist stupidity that I abhor that system of eschatology. What’s our role as the church in that system? Why we sit on our hands and wait for Christ to…

My version of Professor Horner’s Reading Plan

So since this plan is so popular I might as well share my version of it I have adapted it to work with my personal tradition of the Psalms as a floating reading that I will read throughout the day as the Spirit calls me into communion, as such there are technically 11 tracks as…

Baptism

The question of the right recipients and mode of Baptism is one that has been argued in the churches of the reformation since the rise of the Anabaptists, of the groups that advocate for believers baptism the framers of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith were the ones who make the most coherent and…

The Investigative Judgment

The Investigative Judgment, is the distinctive doctrine of Seventh Day Adventism codified to cover themselves after their belief that Christ would return in 1844 failed to come true, instead it was postulated by some of the early Adventists that it was actually at this point that Christ entered the Most Holy Place, this belief was…

A Renewed and Reformed Baptist

This post comes at the end of a lot of struggle in both the cognitive and experimental parts of my faith, I do not feel that I am where I would like to be with having read the books I would like to read on this subject (William Tabernee’s “Imaginative History” Prophets and Gravestones would…

Holy Love

Be Holy as your Father in Heaven is Holy ((Matt 5:48 cf. Leviticus 11:44-45; Leviticus 19:2; Leviticus 20:7)), God is love. ((1 John 4:8)) These two ideas of God sometimes seem irreconcilable, in fact some would say that they are juxtaposed so as to be an incoherent description of who God is. Taken from the…

Intuitive Theology

There is an saying that “our head knowledge must move to our heart” and while the trite saying does hold some truth within what I propose to talk about today is the opposite, or possibly if I may be so bold to link a Biblical idea to it “The Spirit guiding us into all truth.”(John…

Romans 8

Let’s walk through the passage. 1 There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. The use of the word therefore tells us that Paul is building of what has come before, immediately before Paul has talked about us obeying God with our mind even if we do not with our…

Successful Evangelism

I do not think that success should be a metric of whether we are able to bully someone into professing a few statements of faith, and so the passage that I will be exegeting in regards to this work which Christ commanded us to perform before he left work shall be to do with the…

The Veil of the Letters Carved in Stone

An Exegesis of 2 Cor 3:7-18 In Opposition to the claims of the Adventists in regards to the 10 Commandments Now if the ministry of death, carved in letters on stone, came with such glory that the Israelites could not gaze at Moses’ face because of its glory, which was being brought to an end, will…