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FRONT PAGE  |  11/20/2017
SUNDAY, APR 20, 2008  |  10 comments
Doctrine under great duress in postmodern era
Friends, fans and bearers of doctrine and theology got together this past week to confront the many skewed representations of the Gospel they have seen even among evangelicals and to reaffirm the centrality of doctrine in a postmodern era.

"We live and minister in an anti-doctrinal age or at least an age that thinks that it's anti-doctrinal. We live and minister in an age which is anti-theological or at least it claims it's anti-theological," said Dr J Ligon Duncan III, senior minister of First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, Mississippi, during the T4G (Together for the Gospel) conference, which concluded Thursday.

"And so we need to look to the Scriptures to learn how doctrine ... is essential for faithful pastoral ministry if we are going to effectively respond to the anti-doctrinal, anti-theological spirit of the age," he added. ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Actually, Neil, how is a hyperlink, unsolicited? Now I can put up such links as, Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron? and Come out of the Catholic Church, and new Catholics might read them, people like Lance are good enough to read them once, and John etc. never at all. The name of a link (c/r) and then the url would be much more distracting, then something that I can blend into the message. Jerusalem Post articles can be peppered with hyperlinks, and I never go to them, though once I did and all it did was take me to a wikipedia article,

Hyperlinks, seem to be--intentionally or not--the way that SermonAudio wants it; and if you're using FireFox, all it does is open another tab--SermonAudio I like that--rather than making you use a back arrow or something on that order.

Anyway, if a hyperlink doesn't seem appealing to you, Neil, e.g., Becoming A Student Of The Word Of God but I thought you would like the one to your own article , they are certainly easy to ignore.

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News Item4/23/08 2:47 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim, you're beating this URL stuff to death. Repeated, unsolicited advice can get real annoying.
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News Item4/23/08 2:39 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Neil wrote:
Jim, nonetheless, the "emerging church" is off the point here, & worse, you may give the misleading impression that only these people have problems with religious irrationalism, which is many generations old now.
Has your class mentioned Karl Barth & Emil Brunner's "crisis theology"? See www.apuritansmind.com/HistoricalTheology/McMahonContemporaryTheology.htm#Neo-orthodoxy
Neo-Orthodoxy

Now, I think I have the hyperlink to the article you mentioned, Neil, hyperlinks are the only way to go on SermonAudio, unless the title and/or URL are short.

By the way, one of the theologians mentioned in your reference was Reinhold Niebuhr, ESSAY; Forgetting Reinhold Niebuhr, He is probably one of the reasons that Jimmy Carter is so messed up! Hamas's Apologist

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News Item4/22/08 1:47 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, Neil, I hope you did note that I did put your into my last message,

John MacArthur, wrote:
Karl Barth, well known purveyor of what came to be known as Neo-Orthodoxy, held to what he called a timeless eschatology in which the coming of Christ is no longer understood as a future literal return of Christ, but said Bart, quote: "It is a timeless symbol for the endless earnestness of eternity in every existential situation," end quote. Whatever in the world that means.
From,
"The Certainty of the Second Coming" .

I may have figured out how to see the url you mentioned, but some others may not or not just bother in doing it. Using the,
"title"
url
Just doesn't work a lot of times since SermonAudio, did change some of their formatting techniques, and it just may not be immediately visible. Oh, if you do use FireFox, it's addon #59 that you may find handy, especially here on SermonAudio.

You have been a help to me in the past to get the icons, etc. for use with FireFox, and often I don't even bother with aliasing here on SermonAudio, since I have all the necessary forms in a file anyway, so I hope I have returned the favor.

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News Item4/21/08 3:33 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim, since you're such a sophisticated user, you should have no problems using the familiar copy/paste method for my URL.

Since you singled out the "emerging church" & use the term "neo-conservative," I have to wonder if your class long ago was talking about the same thing. Anyhow, I've heard Gordon Clark's erudite & devastating refutation of neo-orthodoxy, so MacArthur's brief synopsis would be redundant.

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News Item4/21/08 3:03 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Neil wrote:
Jim, nonetheless, the "emerging church" is off the point here, & worse, you may give the misleading impression that only these people have problems with religious irrationalism, which is many generations old now.
Has your class mentioned Karl Barth & Emil Brunner's "crisis theology"? See www.apuritansmind.com/HistoricalTheology/McMahonContemporaryTheology.htm#Neo-orthodoxy
Neil, I may be able to get the correct url from the comment, but you should have used the "insert url" function of IE or of course alias IE with the plug-in of Firefox.

Karl Barth & Emil Brunner's "crisis theology. A long time ago, we were told about the neo-conservatives, etc. So, I know about the problems with them. The John MacArthur articles would still be an excellent read!

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News Item4/21/08 2:50 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim, nonetheless, the "emerging church" is off the point here, & worse, you may give the misleading impression that only these people have problems with religious irrationalism, which is many generations old now.

Has your class mentioned Karl Barth & Emil Brunner's "crisis theology"? See www.apuritansmind.com/HistoricalTheology/McMahonContemporaryTheology.htm#Neo-orthodoxy

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News Item4/21/08 2:27 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, Neil, but "postmodernism" is a big part of the Emerging Church's beliefs, when you can figure what those beliefs are. My Wednesday night church classes has been dealing a lot with "postmodernism", etc. but John MacArthur really has an excellent short comment about it at, The Logic of Postmodernism and Expository Preaching in a Postmodern World, a longer and quite excellent article on the topic.
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News Item4/20/08 6:46 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim, "emerging church" is not mentioned in the article. Anyway, hostility to theology is not a new problem:
www.trinitylectures.org/product_info.php?products_id=164
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News Item4/20/08 4:18 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, the emerging church, is not Christianity it is Satan's Counterfeiting of Christianity.
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