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Heidelcast 170: As It Was In The Days Of Noah (16): Life Among The Pagans (Again)
This is episode 16 in the series, As It Was In The Days Of Noah, where we’re thinking about eschatology, about what 1 Peter teaches us about end times and about life in between the ascension of Christ and his return. According . . . Continue reading →
Heidelast 169: As It Was In The Days Of Noah (15): Living Among The Pagans
The chapter divisions we see in our Bibles were not present originally. Stephen Langton (c. 1150–1228), a Paris theologian and, later, Archbishop of Canterbury, is usually credited with introducing the divisions that we know. This is one place where we see the . . . Continue reading →
Heidelcast 168: As It Was In The Days Of Noah (14): Peter’s Theology Of Suffering
There is a thread running through the book of Isaiah, which some have called the Gospel of Isaiah. It is that of the servant. The prophet himself is described as the servant (עבד) of Yahweh (Isa 20:3). David is also Yahweh’s servant . . . Continue reading →
Heidelcast 167: As It Was In The Days Of Noah (13): Submitting To Nero
Those who study such things tell us that, across the globe, no religious group is more persecuted than Christians. Those who profess the Christian faith have been all but driven out of Iraq. Christians in China suffer in untold ways. Christian in . . . Continue reading →
Heidelcast 166: As It Was In The Days Of Noah (12): The Israel Of God
It is the Dispensational-premillennial belief that God made a promise to Abraham (Genesis chapters 15 and 17) that he would give to him an earthly, national people with the result that, in the Dispensational view, it has always been God’s intention to . . . Continue reading →
Heidelcast 165: As It Was In The Days Of Noah (11): The Elect Stone And Elect Stones
There is a strain of modern evangelical theology that looks forward to the literal rebuilding of the Israelite temple and to the re-institution of sacrifices, albeit, in that case, memorial sacrifices. This passage should help us see one of the important reasons . . . Continue reading →
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