Now where’s that Fall ’53 Sears Catalog?
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
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
Time for Vos study #4! The assigned reading is the entire small chapter #2, The Mapping Out of the Field of Revelation, which considers the fourfold division of General (Natural) vs Special (Supernatural), and pre-fall vs post-fall, Revelation. One thing … Continue reading
Vos study #3 was posted on Valentine’s Day; this review is a few weeks late, but I had time to listen to the podcast twice! The assigned reading is the back half of chapter 1, covering the infallible nature of inspiration/revelation, … Continue reading
Vos study #2 is posted over at Christ the Center. (Here’s the CO post for #1, the introduction). The assigned reading, pp 3-11, was fascinating — and I had the extra benefit of all the underlining and margin notes made … Continue reading
I’m pretty excited about this. If you don’t follow Reformed Forum’s Christ The Center podcast, you should check out the new series just starting on Vos’ landmark work Biblical Theology. In the introduction, host Camden Bucey and guest Lane Tipton … Continue reading
Anymore than we need the Bible to know stealing is wrong. But the Bible also seems to have something to say about physically enforcing the true religion and punishing everything else. Advocates of two kingdom theology are sometimes disparaged by … Continue reading