Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary

7 Mar 2012

Biblical and Theological Essays

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In a previous post, I called attention to the Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal, which the seminary has been publishing annually since 1996. BMH Books has published a collection of articles from the first five years of the journal titled, Biblical and Theological Essays. Below is the table of contents.

  • Erasmus and the Textus Receptus
  • The Preservation of Scripture
  • A Defense of Literal Days in the Creation Week
  • The Pre-Mosaic Tithe: Issues and Implications
  • The Message of Ecclesiastes
  • The Meaning of “Born of Water and the Spirit” in John 3:5
  • Water Baptism and the Forgiveness of Sins in Acts 2:38
  • Is Apostasia in 2 Thessalonians 2:3 a Reference to the Rapture?
  • Persevering and Falling Away: A Reexamination of Hebrews 6:4–6
  • Does the Believer Have One Nature or Two?
  • The Self-Identify of Fundamentalism
  • Non-Issues in Historic Fundamentalism
  • William Jennings Bryan and the Scopes Trial: A Fundamentalist Perspective
  • The Role of the Holy Spirit in Preaching
  • Revival and Revivalism: A Historical and Doctrinal Evaluation

You can find it here.

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  1. The Journal’s had some really excellent articles. Professor Combs’ article on the two natures of the believer was helpful in my thinking as I prepped my first book; very helpful, clarifying. I’d found David Needham to have made some very good points, decades ago. Combs addressed that and, I think, gave a more satisfyingly Biblical perspective.