Monthly Archives: December 2006

Christian Theology and Israel, Part 3

For those who have not read them, it is best to go back and read Parts 1 and 2 to understand what is being discussed here. A quick summary and catch-up: I have been reading R. Kendall Soulen’s The God … Continue reading

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Luke’s Eight Messianic Banquets

Still thinking about the issues I raised regarding Christian theology and Israel. I will come back to that with a Part 3 soon. Meanwhile, wanted to share another little gem I picked up from reading. I got this through N.T. … Continue reading

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Christian Theology and Israel, Part 2

Well, I have finished reading The God of Israel and Christian Theology by R. Kendall Soulen. My impression? What started as a brilliant depiction of the problem of standard Christian theology ends with a resounding flop. I am grateful to … Continue reading

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“The Law of Christ”

For those who read yesterday about the standard way Christendom has looked at the Bible, you may be wondering: if the usual pattern (creation, fall, redemption, consummation) is not the most accurate, what do you suggest in its place? We … Continue reading

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Christian Theology and Israel

Occasionally I may put some of my own ideas on this blog, but I read so many great ideas in other people’s books, why not use them? I’m reading R. Kendall Soulen’s The God of Israel and Christian Theology right … Continue reading

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Day 1 of My New Blog, Dec 19, 2006.

Not that I expect anyone to notice for at least 3 months or for there to any great fanfare, but here is my new blog. Check out the About page for more info. This will be a blog with Messianic … Continue reading

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