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Theological Term of the Week: Homiletics

This week’s term: Homiletics – The branch of theology dealing with the proper writing and preaching of sermons. The value of homiletical study is to enhance the organization and systematization of subjects, making them more easily understandable and memorable.  Last week’s term:  Hermeneutics – The science of interpretation. In theology, it is the principles or laws… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Homiletics

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Theological Term of the Week: Hermeneutics

This week’s term: Hermeneutics – The science of interpretation. In theology, it is the principles or laws of the science of interpretation of the Bible, especially the study of the principles of Biblical exegesis.  Last week’s term: Kerugmatology – As far as I know, this is a word of my own [Forrest L. Keener’s] origin: Greek… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Hermeneutics

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Theological Term of the Week: Kerugmatology

We begin Part VIII today: Words and Terms Describing the Principles of Study and Communication This week’s term: Kerugmatology – As far as I know, this is a word of my own [Forrest L. Keener’s] origin: Greek Kerugma (preaching) -ology (study). Therefore, the science or study of preaching. Last week’s term:  Pre-Wrathism – That form… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Kerugmatology

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Theological Term of the Week: Pre-Wrathism

This week’s term: Pre-Wrathism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that Christ’s return and the resurrection and rapture shall take place near the last of the tribulation period, just before the great wrath of God is released upon the earth. Last week’s term: Post-Tribulationsim – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that Christ will… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Pre-Wrathism

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Theological Term of the Week: Post-Tribulationism

This week’s term: Post-Tribulationsim – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that Christ will resurrect and catch up HIs saints as He returns at the end of the tribulation period to set up His millennial Kingdom. Last week’s term:  Mid-Trublationism – that form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that the coming of Christ for His… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Post-Tribulationism

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Theological Term of the Week: Mid-Tribulationism

This week’s term: Mid-Trublationism – that form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that the coming of Christ for His saints will be after the first three and one-half years of the tribulation period has passed.  Last week’s term: Pre-Tribulationism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that Christ will come in the air for the… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Mid-Tribulationism

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Theological Term of the Week: Pre-Tribulationism

This week’s term: Pre-Tribulationism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that Christ will come in the air for the resurrection of His dead saints, and the rapture of the living saints, before the tribulation period begins. Last week’s term: Amillennialism – That form of eschatological doctrine which teaches that there shall be no millennial… Continue reading Theological Term of the Week: Pre-Tribulationism