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Continuity and Discontinuity #2: Systems

Continuity and DiscontinuityThis is an ongoing review of Continuity and Discontinuity, edited by John S. Feinberg. Read part 1 here.

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Continuity and Discontinuity #1: Introduction

Continuity and DiscontinuityI will be reviewing this book in sections since it naturally leads itself to this approach. In this post I will introduce the book and give thoughts on what I’m expecting from it.

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Credo Mag on Kingdom Through Covenant

Fred Zaspel just posted his review/reflections on Gentry and Wellum’s Kingdom Through Covenant  over at the Credo Mag website.

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Kingdom through Covenant: The Reviews

I’m finally back after a busy few weeks into the new Bible College semester! I have many more posts planned so expect more to come.

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A Biblical Middle Way Between Dispensationalism & Covenant Theology?

The Gospel Coalition has posted an interview with the authors of Kingdom through Covenant: A Biblical-Theological Understanding of the CovenantsPeter Gentry and Stephen Wellum. Both are professors at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and have released a book this year that adds to the great output of recent SBTS authors (Jim Hamilton, Tom Schreiner, Russell Moore, Bruce Ware, etc), in which they propose what they believe to be a “Biblical Middle Way” between dispensational theology (DT) and covenant theology (CT). I’m very interested in this work as I’m still trying to sort out these two competing views of how one should put the whole Bible together.

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