The Presuppositional Apologetic

by James M. Harrison That which I will attempt to describe in this article is known as presuppositionalism. It is an apologetic method which has had the most impact in Reformed circles, and is most closely associated with Cornelius Van…

When We Understand the Text

Study to show yourself approved unto God… Is Revelation difficult and a none studied book for you? I am not talking about the current dispensation movement “stamp” of several popular TV preachers, but a real study? Here are some basic…

Where Is the Law/Gospel Distinction?

One aspect of legalism, Roman Catholicism, neo-nomianism, and Federal Vision theology is a denial of the Reformation law/gospel distinction (or a blending of the law/gospel)   One aspect of legalism, Roman Catholicism, neo-nomianism, and Federal Vision theology is a denial of…

The Church and Israel: The Issue

by Cornelis Venema   Throughout the history of the Christian church, the question of Israel’s place within God’s redemptive purposes has been of special importance. In modern history, with the emergence of dispensationalism as a popular eschatological viewpoint and the…

Covenant Theology Is Not Replacement Theology

Recently I had a question asking whether “covenant theology” is so-called “replacement theology.” Those dispensational critics of Reformed covenant theology who accuse it of teaching that the New Covenant church has “replaced” Israel do not understand historic Reformed covenant theology. They…