Category Archives: Theocracy

Vos Study #10

Vos Study #10 covers the first half of chapter 6: points 1-2 of 4 about The Period Between Noah and the Great Patriarchs. Point 2 on The Table of Nations is simply a paragraph that highlights the significance of Shem. Point 1 centers on … Continue reading

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Vos Study #9

Vos Study #8 covered the first half of chapter 5, Development leading up to Noachian revelation, and Vos Study #9 finishes chapter 5 with (post-flood) Noachian revelation. This episode is a Klineophile’s dream. They go well beyond Vos and spend a lot … Continue reading

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Guess Who

This name [“theocracy”] is not found in the Scriptures, although it admirably describes what the Biblical account represents Israel’s constitution to have been. Probably the term was coined by Josephus. He observes in regard to the governments of other nations, … Continue reading

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It’s About the Gospel, TurretinFan

There has been a bit of back and forth between the Heidelblog and “He Who Anonymously Channels All Things Francis Turretin.” (I experience the same trouble submitting a comment at Tfan’s blog that RSC seems to have.) At this point, … Continue reading

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