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Developing a Systematic Messianic Theology
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A Refutation of “Dispensational” Theology
Classic Dispensationalism” is a system of interpreting the scriptures, of which Dr. C. I. Scofield was the major proponent, and in which tradition I received nearly all of my formal theological training. There are, I believe, a number of serious problems with this interpretation. This article discusses some of those problems and offers an alternate method of Bible interpretation.
 
The Apostle’s Doctrine Made Simple: Introduction to “Bible Doctrine” (Theology 101)
This course provides a brief introduction to all of the major points of Biblical doctrine, which are then expanded upon in the different theology courses. The content of this course is the equivalent to what the student would be exposed to in a one-quarter undergraduate Bible school course in “Survey of Theology” or “Basic Bible Doctrine.”
 

 


2: Principles of Bible Interpretation
3: Counterfeit Christianity and the Last Days
4: Getting Down to Basics
5. Honest to God
Believers' Baptism
Communion (The “Lord’s Supper”)
Cultic Changes
Dispensations
Doctrinal Statements
Essentials of True Biblical Faith
Rambam’s Thirteen Principles
Soul Sleep
Statement of Faith: B'nei HaMelech
Statement of Faith: CTOMC
Statement of Faith: MBI
Statement of Faith: Metroplex
Statement of Faith: MJAA
Statement of Faith: UMJA
Statement of Faith: UMJC
Systematic Theology
Thirteen Principles - Messianic
Vocabulary Matters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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