Significant Changes Coming to this Blog


Although I have been very silent the last year and a half or so, I have not been idle.  I have continued to learn from the Holy Spirit concerning God’s Word.  I believe the Lord has brought me to the place where I have a clear, uniform message about His Gospel. 

So not only will you be seeing more post from me in the future.  The big news is, I will be going on the radio once a week in the Spokane Washington area (USA).  I will be broadcasting for the fist time on Saturday ,February the 4th.  If you live in the area you can hear me every Saturday at the same time.  If you do not live in the area but want to hear the programs, I will be posting my radio programs here on this site.  You can find them under the new “Radio” tab.  I have only a few on there now but more is comming. 

I currently am teaching on Galatians According to the Gospel.  Why Galatians According to the Gospel?  I do not believe in the gospel according to Paul, the gospel according to Peter, the gospel according to Luke, etc.  You get my point.  I believe there is one true gospel and we can study how any of the books of the New Testament fits into the whole truth of the gospel.  And this is my emphasis.

I look forward to hearing from you who have enjoyed what I have defended and even those who have not.  It will be great to see what God will do as He helps me to get the truth of the gospel out in a little different format.

5 thoughts on “Significant Changes Coming to this Blog

  1. Dave: Just a friendly suggestion, but ya might want to get a good historical Commentary on Galatians. This Epistle or Letter is one of the four ‘capital’ Letters of Paul – the others, 1 and 2 Corinthians and Romans. And Luther reckoned that the Gospel was set forth clearly in John, 1 John, Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, and 1 Peter. Btw, we should note too that Luther saw certain books of the NT as less, in the sense of their pure Gospel centredness.

    • You might be surprized that I read last year a book called “Life of Luther” that was first published in 1850. I found it profoundly interesting. The abuses of the church and the rediculous fables that men followed in the name of Christ. Luther made it possible for the coversation to be about scripture in our day. In his day he had to debate fables and Papal teaching. I looked at what you sent me and read some of it. I found it interesting that Luther did not use much scripture to support his ideas about his understanding of the teachings of Galatians.

      My emphasis is going to be how Galatians fits in with the rest of scripture. So when you listen to my radio programs you will get a lot of scripture to explain scripture, which I suppose you believe in letting scripture explain itself. It may be interesting for you to compare what I say about Galatians to that of Luther, since I am not talking about Galatians according to Luther.

      However, I am sure that I will advocate things that you will rub against your doctrine. And we will have opportunity to discus things further.

      Thanks for your comments.

      • Dave: We both have very different presuppositions, you it appears are close to an Anabaptist position on the Word and the Church of God, with this “underground” Church. I am of course, one that sees and approaches the Church as historical, visible and certainly “Catholic” and “Reformed”, i.e. reformational! I stand close to the top-tier Reformers, Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, etc. And so we can never approach the Word of God without both history and the Visible Church! (1 Tim. 3:15, etc.). I am simply NOT a “fundamentalist” in the modern sense, though I too stand under the authority, and “sola” or “tota” – the totality of the Word of God! But this does not throw-out the history and the so-called biblical “tradition” itself, (2 Thess. 2:15). We can only approach the Word of God from both the Old Testament or Covenant revelation, and then into the NT Covenant and revelation. We can see this certainly in St. Paul’s writings, note (2 Cor. 3), etc.

        I wish you best in your efforts, both the blog and radio. I have myself had a few runs on the radio, but as one invited in radio apologetics, etc.

        Fr. Robert

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