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Israel and the Church in Dispensationalism (Robert Thomas)

Israel and the Church 4 ViewsWe are working through B&H’s Perspectives on Israel and the Church: 4 Views. See my introduction and other posts in this series.

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Responding to Covenant Theology on Israel and the Church

Israel and the Church 4 ViewsIn the last post, I summarized Robert Reymond’s Covenant Theology viewpoint in B&H’s Perspectives on Israel and the Church: 4 Views. This post presents the there responses to his chapter.

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Israel and the Church in Covenant Theology (Robert Reymond)

Israel and the Church 4 ViewsSee my post introducing this series that works through B&H’s Perspectives on Israel and the Church: 4 Views.

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What is the Relationship of Israel and the Church?

A while ago I reviewed Continuity & Discontinuity, which had the unique feature of presenting varying positions on the relationship of the Old and New Testaments in key areas including hermeneutics, the Law, salvation, and the fulfillment of OT promises.

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Review: Hebrews (BTCP) by Thomas R. Schreiner

Hebrews Biblical Theology Christian ProclamationAs I sit down to write this review, I can hear the words ringing in my head,another commentary series?” Or maybe, “another review defending the existence of another commentary series?”. The answers to these questions are yes and yes. However, I admit I too have skepticism of my own when I hear of a new commentary series being launched, but in the case of the new Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation series, and Thomas Schreiner’s flagship Hebrews commentary in particular, I can say that my hesitations were quickly dispelled.

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Is Romans 7 About Someone Under the Law? (Mark Seifrid)

Perspectives on Rom 7Perhaps Romans 7 is not about believers or unbelievers after all; what if Paul is trying to say something entirely different? In Perspectives of Our Struggle with Sin, Mark Seifrid argues that Paul’s focus is on the human being confronted with the Law.

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