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Horton on the Two Kingdoms (Now Complete)

Mike Horton addresses common objections (and misunderstandings) regarding the two kingdoms.  Good stuff.  This is the first of three parts.

Here's part two:

Here's part three:

Reader Comments (1)

The Two-Kingdom doctrine is one of the more difficult doctrines to get a real understanding of. You have to do your homework, so to speak. It is kind of like distinquishing the differences between the Old and New Testaments and what is relevant to today and what is not. It takes reading, thinking, teaching and much discussion with others to get a grip on. We are not the azure isolationists (like the Neitzschean superman) that can come to the truth without the help of those who came before us and discussing the issue in a community setting. It certainly does help to come to grips with the doctrine and makes the Christian witness to the surrounding culture less obnoxious with a greater desire to serve rather than takeover.
October 2, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Yeazel

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