Volume 7, Issue 4: Footnotes
Quotations in Order of Appearance
1. Paul and Elizabeth Achtemeier, The Old Testament Roots of Our Faith (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 1994) pp. 4-6.
2. Morna Hooker, Continuity and Discontinuity: Early Christianity in its Jewish Setting (London: Epworth Press, 1986) p. 38.
3. Harold O.J. Brown, Heresies: The Image of Christ in the Mirror of Heresy and Orthodoxy from the Apostles to the Present (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1984) p. 352.
4. C.W. Dugmore, The Influence of the Synagogue Upon the Divine Office (London: Faith Press, Ltd., 1964) pp. 1,8.
5. Gene Edward Veith, Jr., Modern Fascism: Liquidating the Judeo-Christian Worldview (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1993) pp. 52,64.
6. Irenaeus, The Apostolic Fathers (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publ. Co., 1987) p. 492.
7. C.S. Lewis, Quotable Lewis (Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publ., 1989) p. 348
8. Daniel Fuller, Gospel and Law: Contrast or Continuum? (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Publ. Co., 1980) pp. 110,112.
9. Walter Kaiser, "The Law as God's Gracious Guidance for the Promotion of Holiness", in Wayne Strickland (ed.), The Law, the Gospel, and the Modern Christian (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1993) p. 192.
10. Thomas M'Crie, The Unity of the Church (Dallas, TX: Presbyterian Heritage Publ., 1989) p.11.
11. John Mac Arthur, Jr. in "Long Before Luther" in Don Kistler (ed), Justification by Faith Alone (Morgan, PA: Soli Deo Gloria Publ., 1995) p. 21.
12. Friedrich Nietzche cited in Veith, Fascism, p. 43.
13. F.F. Bruce, The Spreading Flame (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Publ. Co., 1958) p. 70,71.
14. Richard Sibbes cited in Iain Murray, The Puritan Hope (Carlisle, PA: Banner of Truth Trust, 1991) p. 43.
15. Francis Turretin, Institutes of Elenctic Theology (Phillipsburg, PA: Presbyterian and Reformed Publ., 1994) p. 258.
1. David Macaulay, Motel of the Mysteries (Boston:Houghton Mifflin Co. 1979) p.60.
2. See Steve Schlei's discussion, "Does Your Church Practice Baptism for the Dead?" The Counsel of Chalcedon (Vol. XVI, No. 3; May 1994) p.4.
2. Morna Hooker, Continuity and Discontinuity: Early Christianity in its Jewish Setting (London:Epworth Press, 1968) p.9.
The Puritan Eye
* This excerpt was abridged and edited for the modern reader from Samuel Miller, The
Ruling Elder (Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1832), pp. 29-40.
* I am indebted to John Owen for much of this argument, from The Death of Death in
the Death of Christ (Carlisle, PA: The Banner of Truth Trust  1989) p. 83.
* Some may still be asking why I advocate the study of
pagan authors. If the inquirer has not read my previous defences, let
him do so. If he has, well. . . . he that hath ears to hear. . .
* Please see the footnote under Callihan's "Poetics."
1. Jeffrey Tucker, "Why I Left Protestantism for Catholicism," Antithesis, Vol. I, No. 5, Sept./Oct. 1990, p. 22.
2. John Whiteford, "Sola Scriptura: In the Vanity of Their Minds," The Christian Activist, Vol. 5, 1995, p. 43.
3. Peter Kreeft, Fundamentals of the Faith (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1988) p. 275.
* See Meredith G. Kline, By Oath Consigned: A Reinterpretation of the Covenant Signs of Circumcision and Baptism (Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publ. Co., 1968), p. 36. O. Palmer Robertson, The Christ of the Covenants (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., 1980), pp. 14-15. The omission of the term "covenant" in discussing a
relationship between God and man does not negate its covenantal nature. A covenant exists by virtue of the nature of the bond, the promised blessings and curses, the sovereign administration, etc., and not by virtue of the appearance of the term "covenant." Thus, the order established at creation appears to be covenantal in character. Moreover, Jeremiah 33:20-21
considers God's creative work to be as covenantally significant as His covenant with David: "Thus says the Lord, 'If you can break my covenant for the day, and my covenant for the night, so that day and night will not be at their appointed time, then My covenant may also be broken with David My servant that he shall not have a son to reign on his throne and with the Levitical priests, My ministers." See also Jeremiah 33:25-26.
1. Chadwick Hansen, Witchcraft At Salem (New York: George Braziller, 1970), p. 208.
2. Robert Calef, More Wonders of the Invisible World  in Burr, ed. Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, 1648-1706 (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1914), pp. 385-386.
3. Burr, Narratives, p. 387n.
4. Calef, in Burr, pp. 387-388.
5. John Hale, A Modest Inquiry Into the Nature of Witchcraft [London, 1701] in Burr, p. 405.
6. Cited in Charles W. Upham, Salem Witchcraft (Boston, 1867), Vol. II, p. 510. Upham's ridiculous analysis of Miss Putnam's confession displays an ignorance of the Puritan view of sin and guilt.
7. Boyer and Nissenbaum, Salem Village Witchcraft (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., Inc., 1972), p. 122. Members of George Burroughs' family were petitioning for compensation as late as 1750.
* * Geoffrey Bromiley, "The Church Fathers and Holy Scripture," in D.A. Carson and J. Woodbridge (eds.), Scripture and Truth (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1983) p.219.
1. Ernest R. Sandeen, British and American Millen-narianism 1800-1930 (Chicago: The Univ. of Chic. Press, 1970), p. 63, 66.
2. Clarence Larkin, Rightly Dividing the Word (Philadelphia, PA: C. Larkin, 1921).
3. John F. Walvoord, in Wesley R. Willis and John R. Master (General Editors), Issues in Dispensationalism (Chicago, Moody Press, 1994), p. 80.
4. Charles Caldwell Ryrie, The Basis of the Premillennial Faith (Neptune, NJ: Loizeaux Bros, 1953) p. 136.
5. Lewis Sperry Chafer, Systematic Theology (Dallas, TX: Dallas Seminary Press, 1948) Vol. 4, pp. 40-41.
6. John Walvoord, The Millennial Kingdom (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1959), p. 136.
7. Herman Hoyt, "Dispensational Premillennialsim," in Robert G. Clouse, The Meaning of the Millennium: Four Views(Downer's Grove, IL: Inter Varsity Press, 1977), p. 81.
8. J. Dwight Pentecost, Things To Come (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 1958), p. 525.
9. John H. Gerstner, Wrongly Dividing the Word of Truth (Brentwood, TN: Wogemuth & Hyatt, 1991) p. 186. Dispensationalist Alan Patrick Boyd agreed, stating "The majority of the writers/writings in this period completely identify Israel with the Church" (in "A Dispensational
Premillennial Analysis of the Eschatology of the Post-Apostolic Fathers [Until the Death of Justin Martyr]," unpublished master's thesis, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1977, p. 47).
10. Greg L. Bahnsen and Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., House Divided, The Break-Up of Dispensational Theology (Tyler, TX: Institute for Christian Economics, 1989), p. 173, 174.
11. William E. Cox, An Examination of Dispensationalism, (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presb. and Ref. Publ. Co.) p. 44.
12. Charles D. Provan, The Church is Israel Now (Vallecito, CA: Ross House Books, 1987).
Cave of Adullam
1. Please remember to bring home some milk and brussel sprouts.
2. While surfing the Net we also found some Steven Wright jokes. Here's one for free: "I went to a restaurant that serves breakfast anytime. So I ordered French Toast during the Renaissance.
Back to top
Back to Table of Contents
Copyright © 2012 Credenda/Agenda. All rights reserved.