Current subscribers: In this section, Kline looks at how God reveals the consummation of all things in the types and shadows of Israel. Next, he describes the relationship between a covenant that God makes, and the canon (or authoritative body of literature) that governs the covenant. Finally, he ties together
Current subscribers: If you are concerned about standing before God on Judgment Day, we double down on our insistence that you have already undergone that judgment in Christ. First, we talk about how different events in the Old Testament were types of the final judgment. Next, we talk about the
Current subscribers: We continue in chapter 10 this week. First, we talk about how worship during the time of Abraham was not theocratic. He built altars, but the culture all around him was very much like ours. Next, we talk about how - even at Abraham’s stage of history -
Current subscribers: This week we begin with a discussion of the significance of Abraham’s obedience. Next, we turn to the topic of Abraham living at peace with his unbelieving neighbors. Finally we talk about how our time in covenant history is very much like Abraham’s. Show Notes: Give us a
Current subscribers: Can it ever hurt to talk about the gospel some more? No. We didn’t think so, either. This week we talk about the gospel promises that God gave Abraham. First we talk about the first-level fulfillments in Isaac, Israel, and Canaan. Next we talk about the second-level fulfillment
Current subscribers: There is some review this week with the material about Noah. But we think you’ll find our conversation full of fresh insights. First, we talk about how Noah was a type of Christ in his obedience. Next, we talk about what this episode of covenant history teaches us
Current subscribers: This week we talk about Genesis 3:8 and covenant theology. First, we discuss God’s appearance after Adam and Eve were covenant breakers. Next, we discuss the differences between the eternal Covenant of Redemption and the historical Covenant of Grace. Finally we talk about the Antichrist and preaching redemptive-historically.
Current subscribers: We finish up chapter seven this week. First we revisit the question: Is Ezekiel 28 talking about Adam or Satan? Next, we talk about what it meant for Adam to guard the garden. Finally, we talk about how Jesus is like both Adam and Israel in wilderness temptation.
Current subscribers: Since chapter 6 is all about how Megiddo is not Har Magedon, we move quickly through that, and spend most of our time discussing the first few sections of chapter 7. First, we talk about how heaven must be earned. Next, we talk about Sabbath and probation. Finally,
Current subscribers: Everyone (who reads Kline) knows that Har Magedon is a mountain. But did you know that Eden was a mountain, too? First we discuss how Eden was a replica of heaven. Next we talk about how Canaan was like Eden (and like heaven). We take a moment to