Category Archives: Eschatology

Vos: Redemptive History, Biblical Interpretation

While a collection of individual essays, in many ways this is a coherent whole of Vos’s larger theology.  We can review the material around several themes: biblical theology, covenant, and eschatology.  While the prose is dense, and Vos does spend … Continue reading

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John Owen on the latter-day glory

Taken from Iain Murray’s The Puritan Hope, p. 38. that God in his appointed time will bring forth the kingdom of the Lord Christ unto more glory and power than in former days, I presume you are persuaded. Whatever will be … Continue reading

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If I were to be postmillennial…

…it would be of a historicist persuasion. Richard Cameron preached on July 18, 1680 just three days before his violent death on the moors at Ayrsmoss, from the text, ‘Be still, and know that I am God: I will be … Continue reading

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