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The Kuyperian Dispensationalist
Defining the Parties Photo by Foundry Co on Pixabay When it comes to the new covenant promise in Jeremiah 31:31-40, there are four questions that we should ask about Mar 1, 2021 Dispensationalism
Defining the Parties Mar 1, 2021 Dispensationalism Photo by Foundry Co on Pixabay When it comes to the new covenant promise in Jeremiah 31:31-40, there are four questions that we should ask about This Fixed Order Feb 26, 2021 Dispensationalist His system holds together pretty well if you think about it. On the night Jesus was betrayed, he took bread, and when he had given thanks, he Indispensabilities of Dispensationalists Nov 17, 2020 Dispensationalist I recognize that I have not really defined what a Dispensationalist is yet. That’s fine. Now is the time. A Dispensationalist does not necessarily Unpleasantries about Dispensationalists Nov 9, 2020 Dispensationalist Not everything is rosy in the Dispensational camp. I would not put the fact that Dispensationalism, by that name, is only 150 years old into the Untruths about Dispensationalists Oct 30, 2020 Dispensationalist There are at least a couple blatant errors about Dispensational theology cast into the wind like dandelion seeds. They won’t actually sprout, but Dividing for Peace Oct 27, 2020 Dispensationalist Or, introducing the question: What is a Dispensationalist? Maybe you’ve heard it said before that the Millennium is one-thousand years of peace that A Dispensationalist and a Kuyperian Walk into Church Jul 31, 2020 KuyperDispy To be clear, no one has been begging for my thoughts on this, including Tucker Carlson. But God tells us to give thanks, and to give thanks It All Matters Jan 21, 2020 Kuyperian It’s a false choice between being a spiritual disciple or a Kuyperian disciple. He owns all the hills. (photo credit) In Colossians 3 Paul wrote, Out in Public Nov 7, 2019 Kuyperian Wittenberg (3/3): Marquet Square by Antonio Vidigal Kuyperians take their work outside the theology department and the Sunday School class. The The Ends of the Theology Department Oct 1, 2019 Kuyperian The confession of the Christian life is: Jesus is Lord. Paul wrote to the Romans: If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, and believe in All Sanctimoniousness and Powerlessness May 15, 2019 Dispensationalist I’ve wanted to share this video and connect it with the quotes below it for some time. Since the interview came out at the beginning of December, Kuyperian: A High-Altitude Definition against Dualism Jan 17, 2019 Kuyperian Maybe better than anyone else at seeing God’s love for the cosmos and how God ordered it for humans to use in honoring God was Abraham Kuyper. His Losing as a weapon Jan 9, 2019 Dispensationalist All the posts so far at the KuyperDispy have been short articles; they’re the guts of the idea (and there are more guts to share). But we also Outside the Prayer Closet Nov 30, 2018 Kuyperian There are many verses in the Bible that talk about God as Creator. Genesis reveals it, Israel depended on it, the Psalms celebrate it, the prophets The First Chapter Nov 20, 2018 Kuyperian When we finished studying Ecclesiastes I still wanted to stay in the Old Testament. I thought perhaps Genesis: starting at the beginning. Genesis is The Wide Wide World of Christ Nov 15, 2018 Kuyperian At the beginning of 2005 I was finishing up preparation to teach about the Reformation at our youth ministry’s winter retreat. I had recently A View for the World Feb 20, 2018 Backstory Even though I love theological nicknames, I don’t want to underestimate the threat some people feel when introduced to something they feel is “new,” What’s In a Name Feb 7, 2018 Backstory Soon we’ll start to consider more carefully what a Kuyperian Dispensationalist is. We need to answer questions such as, What makes someone One More in the World Jan 17, 2018 Backstory So what are we doing here? What is a Kuyperian Dispensationalist and who cares? This website, and more specifically the series of posts in the Making Our Hearts Burn Jan 4, 2018 Backstory On the very first resurrection Sunday two Jews were walking from Jerusalem to Emmaus and talking with each other about all the things that had