The Doctrine of Imputation – May/Jun. 2015

On the heels of our last TOTT, “Theology: Queen of the Sciences,” we here examine a particular core doctrine of Scripture and demonstrate its critical importance to the Christian Faith: imputation. We pick this for two reasons: First, as we will outline, this doctrine is of incalculable importance to the…

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Theology: Queen of The Sciences – Mar./Apr. 2015

Founder of Dallas Theological Seminary, Louis Sperry Chafer, wrote in 1947, “Systematic Theology, the greatest of the sciences, has fallen upon evil days. Between the rejection and ridicule of it by the so-called progressives and the neglect and abridgment of it by the orthodox, it, as a potent influence, is…

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The Fool – Jan./Feb. 2015

A faithful TOTT reader wrote, “If you would, please consider addressing the various uses of ‘fool’ in Scripture (OT and NT). Could you explain Matthew 5:22 in light of several Proverbs and Psalms where people are called fools? Are we not allowed to call people such as atheists and agnostics…

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The Remnant – Nov./Dec. 2014

The concept of remnant is a recurring theme throughout both the Old and New Testaments, and its significance is far more important. I fear, in fact, that many actually miss the critical meaning of this concept and its practical (and far reaching) application. In this article, we look first at…

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Reader Questions (Part 7) – Mar./Apr. 2014

This installment of Reader Questions attempts to answer the very old questions about God “hating” Esau and God “repenting.” It also addresses an important textual issue in Luke 10:1, the so-called Jesus Seminar, and one other contemporary theological movement. The latter two subjects, in fact, provide a preview to Pastor’s…

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The Forgotten Tozer – Nov./Dec. 2013

A. W. Tozer, many decades ago, faced and pointedly addressed most of the same issues that are diluting Christianity and undermining the Church today. Along with several others, Tozer was among one of those rare men of faith and conviction who upheld the authority of Scripture and purity of the…

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