by Keith Keyser The following quote appeared in a recent discussion of dispensationalism by a well-known Bible teacher: “Many of these men [i.e. early proponents of dispensationalism] were self-taught in theology and were professionals in secular occupations. Darby and Scofield, for example, were attorneys, and Larkin was a mechanical draftsman … Unfortunately some of these […]
by Steve Hulshizer Eutychus is certainly not a name that is often thought of when names are being considered for a new son. Neither is he an individual that is often discussed at the mid-week Bible study. There are no books written of his life, and seldom do we hear a sermon concerning him.
Steve Hulshizer It is a wonderful thing to be enabled of the Holy Spirit to serve the Lord. (I Cor. 12:4-11) However, there are dangers associated with being gifted, as the flesh would always seek to glorify itself.
By Keith R. Keyser When I was a college student, learning the fundamental principles of historical research and writing the need for editing in writing was stronger impressed upon me. One of my professors-who himself had authored several historical books and countless articles-maintained that even the best authors write numerous drafts. Many times I was […]