12
Sep
2014

Vos Group #9 – The Noachian Revelation, Part 2

Dr. Lane Tipton joins us to speak about the rest of chapter 5 (pgs. 51–55) of Geerhardus Vos’s Biblical Theology, “The Noachian Revelation and the Development Leading Up to It.” In this portion, Vos explains the significance of the Noahic covenant in its common application to the blessed line of Seth and even to the cursed line of Ham.

Roughly each month, Lane and Camden will work through the pages of Vos’ Biblical Theology. While Vos’ book is foundational, it’s tough for the “uninitiated” to access. This will be a great opportunity for study groups to listen to our discussions and work things out together. We hope everyone who participates will learn more about Reformed biblical theology. Pick up a copy of Biblical Theology and get on the BT wagon!

Lane G. Tipton is Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. He has appeared numerous times on our programs. Please visit our archives to listen to Dr. Tipton speak about a range of theological topics.

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2 Responses

  1. CM

    Im a Vos nut too, but I always thought that the Noaic bow of judgement pointing up thing (hanging on the wall, etc.,) ala Kline was pretty close to committing one of those word study errors that Carson talks about in Exegetical Fallacies (Im too lazy to walk to the church right now and look up exactly which one it was). It seems a plain reading of the text favors a run of the mill rainbow.
    And Ive always found it somewhat devilish that gay activists have taken that very symbol of God’s forebarance of judgement as their icon of ‘diversity.’

    All in all though, I found the whole show to be another great episode. Keep up the good work.

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