Is Jesus Currently on David’s Throne?

Michael J. Vlach writes: The purpose of this blog post is to examine Peter’s use of Psalm 132:11 in Acts 2:30 with a view toward grasping Peter’s understanding of the throne of David concept. Acts 2 describes the baptizing and filling ministry of the Holy Spirit after Jesus’ ascension. This is all related to Jesus, […]

The Pope Is Wrong, God DOES Decree Trials, Temptations, and Tests for Our Good, and Its Relevance for the Coming Antichrist…

Recently the Pope has thought that he possesses the authority to change Jesus’ words and intention with one of the petitions in the Lord’s prayer, which I am sure most of you have heard about by now (“And do not lead us into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one” Matt 6:13). This issue […]

A Critique of Stephen Sizer’s: Zion’s Christian Soldiers?: The Bible, Israel and the Church

This is a critique by Ted Loy of Stephen Sizer’s supersessionist theology. The following is an outline of his article. The link below is to his entire article. Worth the time to read it. Positively, Stephen Sizer is an Evangelical in the UK Anglican community who holds to the authority of Scripture. As a consequence, […]

What Is the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)? – Michael Heiser’s Interview with Holly Pivec

LISTEN HERE The New Apostolic Reformation possesses skewed eschatology, to say the least, containing some of the most bizarre—and unbiblical—interpretations I have come across in my studies. Holly Pivec (who is prewrath, incidentally) has co-authored two of the standard books on NAR. A New Apostolic Reformation?: A Biblical Response to a Worldwide Movement and God’s […]

Is Every Promise Fulfilled in Christ? A Reply to Thomas Schreiner’s Supersessionism

[W]hat about the promise of land? This is a very controversial subject, but I would argue that the promise of land is fundamentally fulfilled, first, in the resurrection of Jesus himself. Every promise is fulfilled in Jesus; so the resurrection, the physical resurrection of Jesus, it’s the inauguration of that promise made, originally, to Adam […]

What Will Be the Size and Nature of the New Jerusalem?

Janet Willis has written What On Earth Is Heaven Like? A Look at God’s City: New Jerusalem. The book not only includes a compelling insight into the size of the New Jerusalem but other details that are quite significant for its theological message. You can watch the book’s trailer below, but be sure to purchase […]

Is Jesus Returning as a Jew?

Yes, according to one of the elders in the book of Revelation: Then one of the elders said to me, “Stop weeping! Look, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the root of David, has conquered; thus he can open the scroll and its seven seals. (Rev 5:5) And according to the resurrected Christ who […]

Mike Vlach on the Continuity of Dispensationalism

Michael Vlach has written an excellent outline of the continuity of the Old Testament in the New Testament within Dispensational theology. It is worth the read. There is nothing here that I would disagree with him on in this particular article. I would add, however, that Vlach comes from a modified classical view of dispensationalism, […]

Jerusalem as the Center of the World

“This is what the sovereign LORD says: This is Jerusalem; I placed her in the center of the nations with countries all around her.” (Ezek 5:5) “to loot and plunder, to attack the inhabited ruins and the people gathered from the nations, who are acquiring cattle and goods, who live at the center of the […]

Covenant Theology Possesses an Incomplete Gospel Story

Covenant Theology flattens out the beautiful story of the Gospel and ends up robbing Christ of his glory. I am namely speaking of their supersessionist theology that says the church (or Christ) has superseded any promises that God made with national Israel before Christ. The church has become the “new Israel.” God is done with […]

New Film: JERUSALEM’S KING

You can go to the home page and learn more as well as purchase a copy of the film.