Dr. Vern S. Poythress

Dr. Vern S. Poythress
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Dr. Vern S. Poythress is Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Poythress' background includes a BS from California Institute of Technology (1966); PhD, Harvard University (1970); MDiv and ThM, Westminster Theological Seminary (1974 ); MLitt, University of Cambridge (1977); DTh, University of Stellenbosh (1981). He has authored numerous books and serves as the editor of the Westminster Theological Journa

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Symphonic Theology (ch. 7)

By: Dr. Vern S. Poythress

Chapter 7: Twelve Maxims for Symphonic Theology

Volume 5, Number 25 (July 5, 2003, to July 12, 2003)

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Topics: God

Symphonic Theology (ch. 6)

By: Dr. Vern S. Poythress

Chapter 6: Words and Precision

Volume 5, Number 24 (June 27, 2003, to July 5, 2003)

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Symphonic Theology (ch. 3)

By: Dr. Vern S. Poythress

Chapter 3: Examples of Useful Biblical Perspectives

Volume 5, Number 23 (June 21, 2003, to June 27, 2003)

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Inaugurated Eschatology

What is inaugurated eschatology?

Topics: Last DaysBiblical Theology

Resurrection and Decay

How can we say we will have resurrected bodies if they have already decayed in the ground?

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Individual and General Eschatology

How do theologians distinguish between individual and general eschatology?

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