June 28, 2017

Implications of Interpretation

The Effects of Accommodation to Evolutionary Thought Brian Collins FrontLine • July/August 2016 The interpretation of the opening chapters of Genesis is at the forefront of biblical and theological discussion once again. Evangelical scholars have recently put forward new interpretations of those chapters that attempt to harmonize Scripture with the evolutionary account of origins. The […]

Are You a Member of the FBF?

John Vaughn FrontLine — May/June 1999 Editor’s note: This article comes from eighteen years ago. It has one or two points that are a bit dated, you might spot them as you read. But today we begin our Annual Fellowship meeting at Maranatha Baptist University in Watertown Wisconsin. It seems most appropriate to recall this […]

Esther, Part 2: Theology, Purpose, and Problems

Layton Talbert FrontLine • November/December 2007 At a Glance: Ezra Part 1 ♦ Ezra Part 2 ♦ Nehemiah Part 1 ♦ Nehemiah Part 2 ♦ Esther Part 1 The Book of Esther is a classic of dramatic narrative laced with practical and theological implications, all the more subtle and insightful due to the book’s most […]

Grace from Eternity to Time

Fred Moritz Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his own purpose and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began, But is now made manifest by the appearing of our Saviour Jesus Christ, who hath abolished death, and […]

Whosoever Will – Excerpts (Part 2)

FrontLine May/June 2017 | VOLUME 27 | NUMBER 3 As a preview to our current issue, the following are excerpts from some of our main articles for this month. We encourage you to subscribe to FrontLine if you don’t do so already. Sacrifice for the Sake of the Gospel Steve Love What should a believer […]

Whosoever Will – Excerpts (Part 1)

FrontLine May/June 2017 | VOLUME 27 | NUMBER 3 As a preview to our current issue, the following are excerpts from some of our main articles for this month. We encourage you to subscribe to FrontLine if you don’t do so already. Grace from Eternity to Time Fred Moritz As we examine the biblical teaching […]

Whosoever Will

FrontLine May/June 2017 | VOLUME 27 | NUMBER 3 Larry Oats As the apostle John concludes the Book of Revelation, he gives God’s last great invitation to the lost. “And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely” (Rev. 22:17). God gave His Son for the salvation of mankind. The articles from Maranatha […]

Esther, Part 1: Setting, Structure, and Themes

Layton Talbert FrontLine • September/October 2007 At a Glance: Ezra Part 1 ♦ Ezra Part 2 ♦ Nehemiah Part 1 ♦ Nehemiah Part 2 The last four installments of this column have surveyed the late historical books of Ezra and Nehemiah. The chronological companion of those two records is the book of Esther. This column […]

Questions about Imprecatory Prayers

Warren Vanhetloo Dear Dr. Vanhetloo, I am currently reading the Book of Psalms in my personal devotions and can’t help but be surprised by the vindictiveness of many of its parts. For example, in Ps. 104:35a: “Let the sinners be consumed out of the earth, and let the wicked be no more.” This is a […]

NEHEMIAH, Part 2: Reforming Messiah ’s People

Layton Talbert FrontLine • July/August 2007 At a Glance: Ezra Part 1 ♦ Ezra Part 2 ♦ Nehemiah Part 1 Opposition and delays in the work of God are always frustrating. It is easy to overemphasize our timetables and overestimate our importance to the work of God. We are short on time and are frustrated […]