The battle between Covenant Theology (CT) and Dispensational Theology (DT) is notoriously intense and shows no signs of calming down. Over time, however, the emergence of mediating positions has blurred the sharp distinction. On such “via media” is dubbed Progressive Covenantalism, first articulated in Kingdom Through Covenant (KTC). This new book, Progressive Covenantalism, is considered “a continuation of KTC” (p4) by consisting of essays collected from like-minded scholars that address issues “underdeveloped and not discussed” (p4) in KTC.
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We are working through B&H’s Perspectives on Israel and the Church: 4 Views. See my introduction and other posts in this series. In my previous post we looked at Robert Thomas’ Dispensational view as to Israel and the church. In this post I will summarize the three responses to his essay.
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.
Kicking off our series on different interpretations of Daniel 9:24-27 is an interview with Dr. Thomas Ice of the Pre-Trib Research Centre, a site developed to “research, teach, and defend the pretribulational rapture and related Bible prophecy doctrines”.