Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Building a theology of the Land
The lads at have a new article by Stephen Sizer, who has done a great deal of work on Theology of the Land. I think things are less tied up with dispensationalism (apart from the old stalwarts like Pat Robertson and all), so I'm focusing more on constructive work modeled after NT writers' theological perspectives. However, Sizer is correct in noting that an understanding of dispensationalism is important for historical perspective on why things are the way they are currently, theologically and geo-politically. For a very thorough, personal, and gracious approach, I highly recommend Gary Burge's book on the theme (and not just cuz he's an Aberdeen guy!), particularly for North Americans.


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