The biblical theology of the Messiah in relationship to the sabbath appears in many passages, in prophecy, in the Gospels, and in the book of Hebrews. It includes key topics such drawing near to God, salvation by grace, holiness, sacrifice, abuse, and more. . . . The audio-only podcast version is here.
Our second installment on Genesis 1:3 covers how Scripture applies the creation doctrine of light to many key theological realities: conversion, election, law and ethics, and even activism. God’s light is at the center of all. It is no wonder that the New Jerusalem of Revelation 21-22 needs no sun, moon, or stars; but did […]
[UPDATE: Mr. Slick has responded positively to our open letter. Please see our update here.] Rev. Matthew J. Slick President and Founder Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry (CARM) Around this time last year I initiated a conversation with you regarding CARM’s classification of Christian Reconstruction and/or Theonomy. While initially open to my approach, you soon […]
[Note: In response to the popular question, as of late, “What is Theonomy?,” I thought it fitting to post this old introductory statement from Greg L. Bahnsen. Not only does it answer the question in a brief, clear, and biblical way, it also clears away some of the mischaracterizations in which certain critics seem determined to persist—i.e., the mistaken […]
Praise the Lord! You’re saved! … Now what? In this new broadcast of “Edified” from Crown Rights Media with Chocolate Knox, we addressed the question of “What is the Gospel?” and “What are we supposed to be doing after salvation?”