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Daily Archives: February 5, 2016
Book Write-Up: God of Promise, by Michael Horton
Michael Horton. God of Promise: Introducing Covenant Theology. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2006. I decided to check this book out of the library after reading a book about dispensationalism. Dispensationalism and Covenant Theology are rival ways of conceptualizing God’s purposes in … Continue reading
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The Origins of Yahweh and the Revived Kenite Hypothesis
Originally posted on Is That in the Bible?:
The God of Israel is referred to by a number of names in the Old Testament. The two most significant are “El” (with its variants) and “Yahweh”. Thanks in large part to…
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