A refutation of the doctrines of Witness Lee and Watchman Nee.
The Puritan Board
Which era of church history contained/contains your favourite theologiams to read?
Not favourite theologians in general, but to read.
Bonus: Why is it your favourite era?
For me, it is the 1800's. As much as I like the Reformers and the Puritans, I find the language and style of writing in the 1800's to be that which I enjoy most.
I am looking for Resources that show that Jacob and Calvin know each other at all. The dates I am getting for there births and deaths are not what I thought the would be and I am looking to help a Brother in Christ with this Issue.
Borrow this book; don't buy it. I write this as someone sympathetic with historic premillennialism, but the essays are woefully uneven. The first few dealing with its Hebraic background are quite good. The essay on Ezekiel notes how prophetic language is to be interpreted (e.g., we can only spiritualize it when the author gives us the key to spiritualize it, like in Ezekiel 37), suggests, even...
This book looks to be the definitive critique of theistic evolution. It is a massive tome, weighing in at just over 1 kilopage. It looks exciting for those of us who have been waiting for a more or less thorough critique of theistic evolution, which has begun to invade even the more conservative...
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