Daily Archives: April 25, 2018

The Enlightenment, Biblical Studies, and the Development of the Dispensationalist and Hebrew Roots Hermeneutic (With Reference to Doug Hamp) — The Evangelical Calvinist

Here’s a repurposed post. I originally applied this to Dispensationalism. This time I want to expand its reach and application to another form of biblical literalism I’ve been exposed to from a guy I had contact with back in my … Continue reading

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Review: The Return of George Washington — Bob on Books

The Return of George Washington, Edward J. Larson. New York: Morrow, 2014. Summary: An account of the life of George Washington, between his retirement as General of the Continental Army in 1783 until his inauguration as the first president under … Continue reading

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Gnuse and Hoffmeier-the mystery mountain

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
Both Robert Karl Gnuse and James Hoffmeier deal with the question of the location of Sinai/Horeb.  Gnuse, in The Elohist,  says that in E the operative phrase is the “mountain of God.”  Horeb, he thinks, has…

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If I Could Go Back…15 years (Part 2) (Gupta)

Originally posted on Crux Sola:
Let me take you back 15 years. The year was 2003, and I was about halfway through Seminary (and 2 seasons into Alias). I studied for my M.Div and Th.M. at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. I…

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