Christ as scopus Scripturae – Our Lord Jesus Christ and a Few Early Disciples on Christ as the Scope of Scripture for the Glory of God

  Chapter Six Christ as scopus Scripturae – Our Lord Jesus Christ and a Few Early Disciples on Christ as the Scope of Scripture for the Glory of God     In the previous chapter, the concept of Christ as the scope of Scripture was analyzed from the perspective of historical theology. In this chapter, […]

Chapter Six: Christ as scopus Scripturae – Our Lord Jesus Christ and a Few Early Disciples on Christ as the Scope of Scripture for the Glory of God

  Chapter Six Christ as scopus Scripturae – Our Lord Jesus Christ and a Few Early Disciples on Christ as the Scope of Scripture for the Glory of God     In the previous chapter, the concept of Christ as the scope of Scripture was analyzed from the perspective of historical theology. In this chapter, […]

Endorsements for RBAP’s next publication, Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology

  Recovering a Covenantal Heritage is more than a book title; it is a welcomed clarion call for modern Reformed Baptists. I am grateful to God for our Presbyterian brethren and the sea of books, tracts, and treatises on Covenant Theology they have produced over the years. However, Baptists have a distinct covenantal heritage, and that […]

The doxological trajectory of Scripture: Introduction

Introduction The New Testament writers were men of the Book (i.e., our Old Testament). Though they wrote as those “moved by the Holy Spirit” (2 Pet. 1:21) as the writers of the Old Testament did, they wrote with the completed canon of the Old Testament as their revelatory-inscripturated assumption. And they did not write what […]

some thoughts on Mark 2 and the Sabbath

Mark 2:27-28   “And he said unto them, The sabbath was made for man, and not man for the sabbath: Therefore the Son of man is Lord also of the sabbath” (Mark 2:27-28). Note, first, that both man and the Sabbath are said to be made. The verb used (i.e., “was made”) means “to become” or […]

Jesus grew in wisdom and kept increasing in wisdom

Jesus grew in wisdom   Our Lord Jesus Christ “grew in wisdom” as a boy in such a way that shocked others. Wisdom is the skillful use of knowledge. Jesus grew in the skillful use of knowledge. Notice Luke 2:40 and 52. Luke 2:40 says, “The Child continued to grow and become strong, increasing in […]