Continuity and Discontinuity, John Feinberg

Continuity and Discontinuity, John Feinberg

[churchpack_column size=”two-third” position=”first” fade_in=”false”] Click on the title to order from Amazon; your purchase helps Maranatha. You can also click on the button to view the full Pastor’s Library [/churchpack_column] [churchpack_column size=”one-third” position=”last” fade_in=”false”] [/churchpack_column]  Continuity and Discontinuity (Essays in Honor of S. Lewis Johnson, Jr.): Perspectives on the Relationship Between the Old and New [Continue Reading…]

There Really is a Difference, Renald Showers

There Really is a Difference, Renald Showers

[churchpack_column size=”two-third” position=”first” fade_in=”false”] Click on the title to order from Amazon; your purchase helps Maranatha. You can also click on the button to view the full Pastor’s Library [/churchpack_column] [churchpack_column size=”one-third” position=”last” fade_in=”false”] [/churchpack_column]   There Really Is a Difference!: A Comparison of Covenant and Dispensational Theology. Showers, Renald E. “This volume focuses on the differences [Continue Reading…]

Dispensationalism, Charles Ryrie

Dispensationalism, Charles Ryrie

[churchpack_column size=”two-third” position=”first” fade_in=”false”] Click on the title to order from Amazon; your purchase helps Maranatha. You can also click on the button to view the full Pastor’s Library [/churchpack_column] [churchpack_column size=”one-third” position=”last” fade_in=”false”] [/churchpack_column]  Dispensationalism  Ryrie, Charles C. “Dispensationalism continues to provoke heated debate within the Christian world. Highly acclaimed theologian Dr. Charles C. [Continue Reading…]

Dispensationalism: A Basis for Ecclesiastical Separation

Dispensationalism: A Basis for Ecclesiastical Separation

There is a crisis in Baptist life today which cannot be resolved by bigger budgets, better programs, or more sophis­ticated systems of data processing and mass communication. It is a crisis of identity rooted in a fundamental theologi­cal failure of nerve. The two major diseases of the contem­porary church are spiritual amnesia (we have forgotten who we are) and ecclesiastical myopia (whoever we are, we are glad we are not like “them”). While these maladies are not unique to the people of God called Baptists, they are perhaps most glaringly present among us. . .

Kingdoms in Conflict: Examining the Use of “Kingdom of Heaven” in Matthew

Kingdoms in Conflict: Examining the Use of  “Kingdom of Heaven” in Matthew

Matthew is the only New Testament author to use the phrase “Kingdom of Heaven.” While the other gospels frequently reference the Kingdom of God, Kingdom of Heaven is uniquely Matthean. His extensive use of this phrase (thirty-two times) invites the question, What does Matthew mean by this Kingdom of Heaven?