Hebrews 6:1–2 alludes to the “elementary principles” of Christianity and asserts that the epistle’s recipients should have mastered these teachings already and be able to move on to more advanced concepts. It is clear that the author considered the six principles to be foundational and commonly understood, not needing more explanation. Lancaster unpacks these teachings … Continue reading "Book Review: Elementary Principles"
This book is primarily an exploration and defense of preteristic eschatological interpretation. Although this is written for a general audience, it is definitely an academic work. Sproul does not spend a lot of time explaining background principles of hermeneutics or Christian theology. He also avoids making many emphatic statements, preferring instead to present an argument … Continue reading "Book Review: The Last Days According to Jesus"