Why I am NOT a Dispensationalist – part 6

In this blog, I would like to explore where we should go once we have rejected dispensationalism. In other words, there is a better way of looking at the things we talked about last time.

Why I am NOT a Dispensationalist, part 3

In my last blog, I outlined why a dispensational hermeneutic is in error. In this article, I will show that the dispensationalist view of Israel and the church (point 2-3, 6) as two separate peoples of God is also in error. As stated before I will be using Christ’s Prophetic Plans as my primary, but … Continue reading Why I am NOT a Dispensationalist, part 3

Romans 9:13 – What does it mean when God says he “hated Esau”?

We don't like verses like Romans 9:13. They make us feel uncomfortable. We don't like to read that God 'hates' anyone because our God is a God of love, mercy and grace. But here is that terrible word, plain and simple: “Jacob have I loved. Esau have I hated, Now some will try to explain … Continue reading Romans 9:13 – What does it mean when God says he “hated Esau”?