Considering Hebrews 6:4-6: A Reformed Response

The following blog post is written by Ryan David Langford, a lay-theologian who has written for this blog ministry before. The initial reason for this post is to respond to Steven Sewell’s (a member of the Society of Evangelical Arminianism) proposition and attack on Reformed theology with regard to perseverance of the saints. Due to … More Considering Hebrews 6:4-6: A Reformed Response

Dispensationalism: Why The “Left-Behind” Theology needs to be Left Behind!

About some time ago, I was convinced for a short while of Theonomic Postmillenialism. Now I do find the theological belief system to have a wealth of strength, admitting that a strong case can probably be made for it. However the more I thought about it, the more it seemed that Amillenialism was kicking in … More Dispensationalism: Why The “Left-Behind” Theology needs to be Left Behind!

Hebrews 1-2: Some Young, Restless and Reformed Thoughts

For both theological and devotional reasons, which are inseparable I believe, I have started working my way several times through the book of Hebrews. In this post I would like to share some of my thoughts, as I have went through the first two chapters. The theological reason primarily regards the interaction I have had … More Hebrews 1-2: Some Young, Restless and Reformed Thoughts