In the history of Biblical interpretation, Christians have always understood the events surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem in AD70 as having prophetic significance. The degree of significance has varied from interpreter to interpreter. However, in the 19th century an extreme preterist interpretation began to crop up. This interpretation proposes that all Bible prophecy (incl. the [...]
Whitefield Media’s series Dialogues in Theology now has an official listing on Vimeo on Demand! Upcoming interviews include Joel McDurmon, Sam Frost, and Kenneth Gentry. Check us out! In our first volume, Dr. Kenneth G Talbot interviews Dr. John M. Frame concerning the Radical Two Kingdom Theology, which seems to have taken root at Westminster [...]
In this book ‘The Symbol,’ Dr. Gary Crampton sets forth the historical development and importance of creeds and confessions for the more sure establishment of the historic orthodox Christian faith. Dr. Crampton has once again written a theological treatise on the fundamentals of historic Christian doctrine and of their importance for the Church of Jesus [...]
Benjamin the Esquire has released his first single from the upcoming album Lyrical Catechism. The album drops April 30th. If you like boom bap with solid lyricism and sound doctrine, you’ll want to get this album!
We’re Live! This is Whitefield Media’s first volume in a series entitled, Dialogues in Theology. In this volume, Dr. Kenneth G Talbot interviews Dr. John M. Frame concerning the Radical Two Kingdom Theology, which seems to have taken root at Westminster Seminary in Escondido, CA. The relationship between Law and Gospel are discussed, as well [...]
The new website for Whitefield Theological Seminary is now live! Dr Talbot approached me a few months ago about renovating the site. I was a little nervous about it at first. I don’t consider myself a “pro” by any stretch, but i have a decent understanding of tools like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Mambo; and how [...]
I absolutely love WordPress, but one of my biggest gripes with it over the years has been the commenting system. Don’t get me wrong; the built-in system works great. It does exactly what it is supposed to do: receive and post comments. But that’s it. Nothing more. As a result, keeping up with conversations can [...]
So, would anyone like to donate $999 so that i can purchase Adobe After Effects? haha. This is just too fun. I found out that Adobe allows a free 30 day trial and i’ve been drooling for the past 36 hours. Below is the opener that i want to use for all RCM videos (new [...]
I found out today that i could download a free 30 day trial of Adobe After Effects! That’s a big deal considering that this is a $999 program! Too bad i’ll only have it for a month. ) : Anywho, i found a cool template to work with and created this video outro. I’m going [...]
I did an update of the old theme last night and got an email this morning that Sharon could not comment. I knew what the problem was and got to a computer at work to fix it real quick. When i visited the site, i saw that the site was being absolutely butchered. Turns out, internet explorer version [...]
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The supposed evidence for hyperpreterism lies in the phrase “there shall certainly be a resurrection.” Here the Greek words behind “there shall certainly be” is mellein esesthai. Since the base word mello can mean “about to,” this statement is thought to demonstrate that Paul stated that the resurrection is “about to” happen. This is a [...]
Well, it’s been an interesting year, no doubt. You have witnessed the slow move from Full Preterism to a full orbed orthodox view. I tried to hang on at first to Full Preterism as much as I could. Even my earlier attempts of “squaring” things were fraught with difficulties. But, I was convinced of four [...]
Folks, if you are looking for a great resource on creation issues from someone with an actual PhD in Astronomy, please check out John Byl’s blog, Bylogos. It is fantastic. Here is a guy who sticks to his guns regarding the authority of Scripture, and can tackle the “scientists” at their level. Here’s a quote [...]
November 1st, 2011 has been a highly anticipated day for theologically-driven hiphop heads. Two great albums were released today: The Attributes of God by shai linne and The Ephesians Project by ChristCentric. To add to that, Timothy Brindle makes an appearance on both. Tim is no doubt one of my top five rappers, who released [...]