The Closing of the Canon of Scripture!

When the final apostle died or laid down his "apostolic pen," the giving of special revelation ceased. In 2Timothy 3:16-17 further attests to this fact when it claims that the completed Scripture (the 66 books of the Bible) thoroughly equips us "for every good work." By implication, then, there is and can be no extra-Biblical …

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A Historical Introduction to the Synod of Dordt!

"Four hundred years ago in 1618, the Synod of Dordt, a Synod of Reformed theologians, began to meet in the Dutch city of Dordrecht. The fruit of that great Synod, which concluded in 1619, is the Reformed creed or confession, the Canons of Dordt. The history behind the great Synod of Dordt begins with a …

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Dispensationalism & Orthodoxy!

There are two distinct areas where dispensationalism, which is a theological system, diverges from orthodox New Testament Christianity. There is, to begin with, a consistent  Antinomianism which distinguishes dispensational theology. This one ingredient alone, if shown, destroys completely any claim of dispensationalism to Christianity. A person just cannot be antinomian and Christian in his theology. …

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