The Willful Ignorance of William Lane Craig

Once someone becomes committed to a belief there is a tendency to refuse to acknowledge any facts to the contrary.  This selective sifting out of contrary realities is called willful ignorance.  Often willful ignorance has disastrous consequences.  Willful ignorance, for example, was at the heart of the space shuttle Challenger disaster in 1986.  The report on this incident cited … Continue reading The Willful Ignorance of William Lane Craig

Book Review: Understanding Dispensational Theology

This book by James D. Quiggle is an important resource.  His goal, as stated in the introduction, is to discuss four distinctive doctrines of Dispensational theology and to contrast them with Covenant theology.    His work opens with chapters that define Dispensationalism, and another that provides a history of Dispensational thought in the early church.  This chapter is particularly … Continue reading Book Review: Understanding Dispensational Theology

Dr. Michael Brown’s Problems With Dispensationalism

https://youtu.be/ylDmZdH1uI0 In this video, Dr. Michael Brown was asked what his problems with dispensationalism were.  I thought his answers provided an opportunity for learning how to answer his somewhat common objections so that you are ready should someone bring these up to you.  But first, in this post, I want to address his way of … Continue reading Dr. Michael Brown’s Problems With Dispensationalism