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Bad Objections to the Rapture, Part III
Klayton Carson (follow him @jarsofKlay) asked me to read and respond to this article by Erik Reed from Knowing Jesus Ministries, titled Is the Rapture Taught in the Bible? This is the right question. As we concluded the first “Bad … Continue reading
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A Concise Response to A Concise Case for Amillennialism
Anthony Charles at thenewgeneva.com released a blog post recently, subtitled, “A Concise Case for Reformed Amillennialism.” It seems like a worthwhile platform for dialogue, so here is a Dispensational Premillennialist’s reaction to the article.
Posted in Bible Study, Doctrine Study, response Tagged amillennialism, dispensationalism, hermeneutics, premillennialism, reformed 2 Comments
Spirit Baptism According to Peter
Is Spirit baptism a separate concept from water baptism? What does the New Testament mean by the word “baptism”? It at least means a ritual involving water, but scriptures also seem to apply the word to an act of the … Continue reading
Posted in Bible Study, Doctrine Study Tagged acts, baptism, holy spirit, pentecost, Peter, ritual, sacramentalism 2 Comments
Notes on Guilt Grace Gratitude Podcast Season 3 Episode 24
A twitter follower asked for my opinion on this podcast episode, wondering if I thought they represented Dispensationalism fairly. Here are a few notes in response: The podcast guest kept saying, “Gentile church and Jewish Israel,” when describing our view … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Israel, Romans 5 Comments
Are my senses as authoritative as Scripture?
All knowledge comes to us via the senses (let’s leave aside direct revelations from God at the moment). So, when I observe the natural world, I use my senses, and when I read a book I use my senses. The … Continue reading
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5 MORE Terrible Objections to the Rapture
This is a response to Dr. Jordan B. Cooper’s 5 Major Problems with the Rapture. I watched Dr. Jordan B. Cooper’s video from a couple of years ago titled, “5 Problems with the Rapture.” Why did I watch a two … Continue reading
Posted in Doctrine Study, Prophecy Tagged dispensationalism, Dr. Jordan B. Cooper, Lutheran, rapture 1 Comment
Is Simulation Theory Self-Defeating?
My recent Intro to Apologetics video gave some examples of self-defeating statements. Here’s another example.
Posted in Philosophy, Science, Uncategorized Tagged self-defeating, sim theory, simulation theory 2 Comments
Addendum – Why do YOU believe?
Posted in Christian Apologetics, Philosophy Tagged apologetics, Bible, christianity, epistemology, faith, faith and reason, holy spirit, knowledge, reason Leave a comment
The Right way to Approach Christian Apologetics
The right way to approach Christian Apologetics. Continue reading
Posted in Christian Apologetics Tagged apologetics, Bible, christianity, classical approach, classical method, faith, faith and reason, inerrancy, norman geisler 1 Comment
The Edge Pieces to the Puzzle – Romans 9-11 overview (with presentation visuals)
I took the audio from my talk at Thrive last year and synced it to the presentation I prepared with it. I think the visuals help. Check it out and let me know what you think. Hopefully, more video content … Continue reading
Posted in Bible Study, It's all about Jesus, Prophecy Tagged eschatology, Israel, Romans, romans 11, romans 9, romans 9-11 Leave a comment