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Exegesis Vs. Eisengesis (Continued) Personal parallel look at this sermon Â¶ Dr. Rugh continues not only to look at Reformed Church Covenants, for a partial printed idea presented in this sermon see, Thomas Ice's http://www.pre-trib.org/data/pdf/Ice-%28Part1%29CovenantsandD.pdf (Covenants and Dispensations ---Part I (PDF) Thomas Ice) Â¶ What also may be of help with this sermon, is the following: http://www.fbcaa.org/BibleStudies/collegesundayschool/Miscellaneous/DispensationChart.pdf (Summary of the Dispensations and Covenants) Now this isn't from Indian Hills Community Church. It will help with the sermon, and it looks like it closely with Dr. Rugh is saying. Now the best thing to do is to download the previous sermon and this one to listen to, for this topic. These sermons may be one of the more complete sets on the topics of Dispensational vs. Covenental Biblical interpretation. I would think it would be a good idea to get a transcript of both sermons. They are both full of details! Â¶ exegesis 1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) explanation or critical interpretation of a text, esp of the Bible. Â¶ eisegesis 1. (Theology) the interpretation of a text, esp a biblical text, using one's own ideas. Â¶ Definitions from the Free Dictionary. Dispensational theology is exegesis. Reformed theology. is eisengesis.
Very Educational Sermon! I found this a very interesting sermon. Mainly just yesterday I was talking about the history of the church and the beginnings of religion or the modern church. I found this way more detailed than what I had explained. Thank you for your sermons. God really is great in every way! God brings to end the questions we may have by bringing us together even though great distance divides us!
Doctrines of Grace in John 10:1-33 Wonderful Please listen to this and 2 related Sermons preached also by Pastor Arden Hodgins on the same verses. There is overlap, which is just fine because this topic is wondrous and beautiful, but there are some differences of great worth and you don't want to miss is. I promise (-:
Sermon Title: The Shepherd & the Sheep 11/4/2007
Sermon Title: The Grace of Our Good Shepherd 11/9/2014
The most famous case of exegesis vs eisegesis? My personal observation: Â¶ See the official summary for a good description the eternal Abrahamic Covenant, as Dispensationalists understand it. Dr. Rugh decided to look into the man-made non-Biblical covenants of Reformed or Covenantal Theology. Â¶ The three extra-Biblical covenants of Reformed Theology, The Covenant of Grace, The Covenant of Redemption, and the Covenant of Covenant of Works. Â¶ Covenant of Works. Eternal life given to Adam, a free creature in the image of God, depended on total obedience through a probationary period. Â¶ The threat of death if he disobeyed Â¶ (The word "Covenant" is not mentioned in the first chapters of Genesis. John Calvin didn't believe in a Covenant of Works.) Â¶ Covenant of Redemption is the eternal pact between God the Father and God the Son covenanted together for the redemption of Man. God the Father appointed God the Son as the Mediator giving his life for Mankind. This covenant was made in eternity past. Covenant of Redemption fulfills the Covenant of Works. Â¶ The Covenant of Grace is the supreme Covenant. All Biblical covenants are an expression of the Covenant of Grace. The Covenant of Grace is made with the Elect. Â¶ This system eisegesis is becoming very popular among more Evangelicals. Â¶ Get a transcript!
Great Sermon! I have really enjoyed the series from The book of Judges..... I am encouraged by the constant reminder of the sin nature and how each men like Barak and Gideon are a type and harbinger of Christ.
Great Sermon! If you're a "child of God" you will get many beneficial Scriptural help to increase your strength "in the Lord." Brother Ken highlights much Scripture that looks deeper into the Holiness that each of us should strive to understand and achieve in our own life. Much in this sermon will never be preached in most churches, hurting in the Christian search and growth for most who need it.
Fantastic exposition of Mathew Excellent call to cast away tradition and to examine the Scripture for the Truth that lies within its pages. We all, Church universal, need to remember we are all called to be good Bereans.