Keith A. Mathison

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Dr. Keith A. Mathison is associate editor of Tabletalk magazine. He is also academic dean and professor of systematic theology at Reformation Bible College in Sanford, Fla., and author of From Age to Age: The Unfolding of Biblical Eschatology.

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A Reformed Approach to Scie...

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Given for You: Reclaiming C...

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Postmillennialism

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The Shape of Sola Scriptura

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Dispensationalism, Rightly ...

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Holy Bible: Reformation Stu...

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Reformation Theology: A Sys...

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“The kingdom is often limited to the hearts of the regenerate, heaven, or the eternal state. This virtually denies that the messianic kingdom has anything to do with this present earth. In contrast to this tendency, Scripture makes it abundantly clear that this earth, although not the source of the kingdom, is a part of the kingdom. Christ's messianic authority and reign extend over all of heaven and earth (Matt. 28:18), and He is in the process of subduing all of His enemies, whether in heaven or on earth (1 Cor. 15:25).”
Keith A. Mathison, Postmillennialism

“within the same person described ... we have not one or even two but at least three distinct entities.
1. The old sin nature-the root cause of all sin.
2. The new divine nature-which is unable to sin.
3. The believer-who chooses which of the other two will be in control.”
Keith A. Mathison, Dispensationalism, Rightly Dividing the People of God

“believe firmly that all truth is God’s truth, and I believe that God has not given revelation only in sacred Scripture. Scripture itself tells us that God reveals Himself in nature, which we call natural revelation. I once asked a seminary class, a conservative group, “How many of you believe that God’s revelation in Scripture is infallible?” They all raised their hands. I then asked, “And how many of you believe that God’s revelation in nature is infallible?” No one raised his hand. It’s the same God giving the revelation.”
Keith A. Mathison, A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture



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