Category Archives: Hermeneutics

Book Review(s): Saving Eutychus & Preaching

Saving Eutychus How to Preach God’s Word and Keep People Awake Gary Millar and Phil Campbell Mathias Media; 171 Though I have never heard of Millar and Campbell, I enjoyed multiple Mathias Media resources, and the title caught my mind. … Continue reading

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TBB: Summary of my Concerns

Since my review is rather long, I was encouraged by others to give a bit of a recap from the onset. In essence, this post can serve as an outline. I’ve organized my concern with The Bondage Breaker into four … Continue reading

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TBB: Is it Biblical?

Anytime you write a review, there’s a possibility that someone will get offended. When you say something is not Biblical, it may offend the author and any readers who found the author’s work beneficial. While calling a cookbook unbiblical is … Continue reading

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RHE, Hermaneutics and the Heart

Rachel Held Evans has received a lot of attention recently, not just from the Today Show, but also from the blogosphere. Rachel’s an avid blogger herself and a self-proclaimed “Christian feminist.” Her appearance on Today was to introduce her new … Continue reading

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Book Review Reprieve

About a month ago, I wrote that I was really starting to investigate covenantalism versus dispensationalism. Surprisingly, such an announcement did not increase my blog traffic like I thought it would. </sarcasm> I then proceeded to do some reading and … Continue reading

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Building a Wall that Keeps Grace Out

For the month of October, I’ve chosen to address some issues regarding the upcoming election. I laid out issues I plan to speak on, and am dedicating every Tuesday to the discussion. First, I addressed that Christians need not fear … Continue reading

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We Are Not Who You Think We Are

For the month of October, I’ve chosen to address some issues regarding the upcoming election. I laid out issues I plan to speak on, and am dedicating every Tuesday to the discussion. Last week, I addressed that Christians need not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Gospel and Kingdom

Gospel and Kingdom Graeme Goldworthy Paternoster, 148 pages I received this little book for free while attending Together for the Gospel. About a month later, my wife and I were traveling together. Since she was totally engrossed in The Hunger … Continue reading

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Gilligan’s Island versus LOST

Imagine a show based on survivors trapped on a deserted island. Some of the survivors are smart, some are not. Some are beautiful, some not. Some are pleasant, kind and gentle, others are not. But if those stranded on the … Continue reading

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Refuting Perpetual Adultery

Originally, I had hoped to address both the Betrothal View of Matthew 5:32/19:9 and refute the concept of “perpetual adultery” for divorced individuals who have remarried. I had written before on betrothal and thought that it would be a quick … Continue reading

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