Lee N. Field
Since Mar 2, 2000

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"Lee N. Field" is an obvious pseudonym.

It comes from the Lee-Enfield rifle, which in various versions was the British Empire's battle rifle from the 1890s through to the 1950s. Hot stuff, in its place and time.

I own two: a Fazerkley No. 4 Mk II which from its serial number was an Irish Constabulary rifle, and an Ishapore 2A (in 7.62x51!). Neither get shot enough, as I'm mostly a handgun shooter. Cheap surplus .303 British has essentially dried up, which is not surprising since the only rifle that shoots it was last made 50 years ago.

Personal email can go to lee.n.field1@gmail.com.


Life, the Universe, God and Everything

I am a Christian, specifically of the "reformed" protestant variety. Yes, I'm one of those horrible people who believes in "total depravity". You think we "Calvinists" are a dark, glowering and cold people? Think again. I draw your attention to a beautiful question and answer that begins the Heidelberg Catechism:

Question 1. What is thy only comfort in life and death?

Answer. That I with body and soul, both in life and death, am not my own, but belong unto my faithful Saviour Jesus Christ; who, with his precious blood, has fully satisfied for all my sins, and delivered me from all the power of the devil; and so preserves me that without the will of my heavenly Father, not a hair can fall from my head; yea, that all things must be subservient to my salvation, and therefore, by his Holy Spirit, He also assures me of eternal life, and makes me sincerely willing and ready, henceforth, to live unto him.

(A less clunky Heidelberg.)


The ancient ecumenical creeds: the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed.

These can serve as a diagnostic filter. Heretics hate 'em. If, for instance, someone you're interacting with launches into a screed about Constantine and the Nicene council, chances are real good they're not trinitarian.


Eschatology stuff

Since it's a subject that comes up frequently (and contentiously) on FR, my eschatology is mostly "amillenial". "Amillenialism" is a misnomer. Amillenialists do believe in the millennium, just not the same kind of millennium as the chiliasts do.

Positively, amillenialism holds that the "thousand years" of Revelation 20 represents the period between Christ's ascension to heaven (to the right hand of God, there to rule) and his return in glory at the end of this age. For an exposition of this, and the nature and parallelism between the first and second deaths and first and second resurrections in Revelation 20, I point you to Meredith Kline's short article "The First Resurrection".

If you want to read up on it, forget Tim LaHaye and Chuck Missler and those guys. I suggest you read the late Anthony Hoekema's The Bible and the Future and Kim Riddelbarger's A Case for Amillenialism, and the materials on Rev. Riddelbarger's website. That, and get your Bible out. Amillenialism is

  1. not antisemitic,
  2. is not "replacement theology" (a term only, best I can tell, used as a perjoritive by dispensationalists trying to make rhetorical points. And by some Jewish theologians, who, of course, don't have any ax to grind with respect to Christian theology.),
  3. is not an innovation by that horrible old Roman Catholic protocalvinist St. Augustine, and
  4. does not "spiritualize the text".
There, have I covered all the usual canards?

Oh, yeah. Contra Jan Markell, holding to amillenial eschatology does not make one part of the great end-times apostasy. (Can't you just feel the love.)

Dispensationalism

or , "Where's the gap?"*

I can coexist with most everybody's eschatological opinions except Hymenaen preterists and dispensationalists. Both, if consistent, run the risk of getting the gospel wrong.

Full preterists (who hold that all prophecy is fulfilled, and thus have (among other problems) an unorthodox doctrine of the resurrection of the body) are scarce. Dispensationalists, unfortunately, are not. The more I read and listen to advocates of dispensationalism, the wackier I find it. As an eschatological system it combines in one system woodenly literalist interpretation, a tin ear for metaphor and the wildest speculation. It's an eschatological kludge.

If dispensationalism was limited to end times speculation, I could just let it go. (Let them have their Larkin charts, it's "mostly harmless"). It is not limited so. Dispensationalism has as an axiom, an unquestionable root assumption, that Israel and the church are separate peoples of God with separate destinies. The end times speculation is almost incidental to that. The two peoples of God notion leads to all kinds of weird conclusions, and can (if the dispensationalist is consistent) lead to getting the gospel wrong.

How so? If you hold that Jews are under a different set of rules, and have benefits not available to Gentiles, if they get saved in any other way, if they get saved to anything else, you deny the universality of the gospel. We are no longer "one new man". Jesus is no longer the only name by which one may be saved. Substance gives way for the return of shadow.

We no longer have two categories (saved and lost), but many more -- saved Jew and saved Gentile (sundering the church along ethnic lines, exactly contrary to Paul), unsaved Gentile ("without hope and without God in the world") and unsaved Jew (somehow not "without hope and without God in the world" by virtue of descent from Abraham, yet without saving faith in God's Christ), Jew by heredity (John McArthur's "jewish DNA") and Jew by conversion. Moving from one category to another does what, exactly? Does a Jew who becomes Christian have a claim on the land "between the river and the sea" and still get raptured out in the nick of Tribulation? Best of both worlds, hey! A Christian might be tempted to become a Jew to get the benefits, or as a matter of devotion -- what would St. Paul have to say about that? This is not a theoretical matter -- there are people right now who advocate that Christians get spiritual benefit from observing old covenant feasts. There are "Christians" right now, who think they can convert to Judaism and remain believers in Jesus.

Still think there's no problem? Check out this guy's chart. Note carefully the salvation plan for the millennium. I've seen this brought up on FR. I've brought it up on FR. So far I've only seen one dispensationalist repudiate it.Others will baldly state this. "Works, no faith." Tell me there's not a gospel problem with that!

Sixty years ago the Presbyterians looked into Dispensationalism, and saw problems. Short (four pages) and too the point, read the 1944 PCUS Report on Dispensationalism. The report's main heads are thus:

THIS FUNDAMENTAL DIVERGENCE OF DISPENSATIONALISM FROM THE COVENANT THEOLOGY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MANIFESTS ITSELF IN MANY WAYS, SOME OF WHICH ARE THE FOLLOWING:

A. The Rejection of the Unity of God’s people.

B. The Rejection of One Way of Salvation.

C. The Rejection of One Destiny for All of God’s People.

D. The Rejection of the Bible as God’s one Revelation to His One People.

For a little more in depth critique of classic dispensationalism, I recommend Oswald Allis's Prophecy and the Church. (I keep hearing that the saner "progressive dispensationalism" is all the rage now, but from what I've seen, the classic dispensationalism that Allis wrote about 60 years ago is alive and well out in the evangelical churches.)

Also of interest: M. Kline, Har Magedon: the End of the Millenium and The Covenant of the Seventieth Week, Dennis Johnson, Cracking the Book of Revelation: Revelation 20:1-6

(*"Where's the gap?". For the dispensational chronology to work, the "prophetic clock stops" between the 69th and 70th weeks of Daniel's prophecy of "seventy sevens" in Daniel 9. There's no hint of it in the text. You can't find it in the text unless your system requires you to find it there.)

"You hurt my feelings"
or
"You were bitten by a dispensationalist as a child, weren't you?"

Boo hoo.

If you want to argue, it would be most helpful if you would:

  1. Read a little history. A lot of stuff happened between John on Patmos and the founding of Moody Bible Institute.

    The old guys tended not to fit modern eschatological categories neatly. Just because there were literalist millenarians among the ante-Nicene Fathers (as well as those that held that the "thousand years" in Rev. 20 was figurative) that doesn't mean they were dispensationalists. They weren't. They had views about the intermediate state that we would find quirky. See Charles Hill's Regnum Caelorum: Patterns of Millennial Thought in Early Christianity for the scoop on that.

    If you're not into reading, you can listen to an interview with Jeff Jue, on his doctoral research into The Eschatological Views of the Westminster Divines. Yes, there were millenarians there. They were not dispensationalists. They did not fit any modern categories.

    Those who do not remember history are condemned to repeat it.

  2. Read some primary sources. Like maybe Augustine. Like maybe Eusebuis' Ecclesiastical History. Athanaseus, On the Incarnation is another quick read, and he's another guy that doesn't fit modern categories well. Read something other than the crap on the prophecy shelf in the ever shrinking religion section at Borders.

  3. "I've studied bible prophecy 30 years." usually means "I've read everything Hal Linday ever 'wrote', have Larkin charts for wallpaper and an autographed Scofield Bible bound in the skin of a dead goat, and I've never heard of Geerhardus Vos."

    If you can't state someone else's position in a way they recognize, what's the point? You're just posturing for your side. Show some familiarity with the people you're arguing against. Read some of their works. See above -- Hoekema's Bible and the Future is an easy read. Geerhardus Vos is not. Vern Poythress put his Understanding Dispensationalists for free, to read, on his web site.

    We got your guys on our bookshelves. No excuse.You can do it.

  4. Word of God versus bad fiction. Know the difference.

  5. You're not reading the bible like a Jew from the first millennium BC. You're reading it like a 19th century lawyer or engineer.

  6. Mind your sources. Some sources make you look foolish.

  7. Listen to Michael Vlach of Master's Seminary on"You Might Be a Dispensationalist If. He is a dispensationalist. His is irenic, not afraid of historical truth (ie. dispensationalism began with Darby, not Saul of Tarsus), and has actually read a-mil and post-mil authors. Be like him.
  8. Read What Is Literal Interpretation? by Vern Poythress.

    Read, read, read.

  9. So, the Holy Spirit is taken off the earth at the beginning of El Gran Tribulacion. And, lots and lots of heathens will be converted during the Great Tribulation. How's that supposed to work, anyway, with no Holy Spirit? Outside of the elaborate structure of your eschatology, do you folks have any coherent theology?
  10. "***hint: it ain't us "preterist, amil, 'replacementarian'" types that have eschatological beliefs nearly lock step with heretic religions.... I'm just saying. "

    Please, say something when the heretics, date setters, date suggesters, British-Israelite nutters, neo-Ebionites, and judaizers on your side chime in. Sheesh!

  11. "It is not for you to know times or seasons that the Father has fixed by his own authority. " Lay off the date setting. Stop it!

    While you're at it, lay off the "date suggesting".

  12. It's bad form to anathematize Paul.
  13. Louis Berhof on literal interpretation: "b. There is an old and oft-repeated hermenutical rule, that the words should be understood in their literal sense, unless such literal interpretation involves a manifest contradiction or absurdity. If should be observed, however, that in practice this becomes merely an appeal to every man's rational judgment. What seems absurd or improbable to one, may be regarded as perfectly simple and self-consistent by another." Principles of Biblical Interpretation, p85

    If you claim to interpret "literally", shouldn't you be able to point out one or more of the gaps your systems resorts to, in the text. At least one, please? Isn't a day, you know, "a day", as is so loudly insisted for Genesis 1, not a full millennium and not the last half of the tribulation? At what point do you admit that your system can't handle time texts consistently?

  14. Faux Christians as Worshippers of Dionysius . The more I look at the rhetoric of some dispensationalists, the more I think the author if this piece might be onto something. The fondest desire of some seems to be that Israel (the modern secular socialist state of) will lob a nuke onto Damascus, to fulfill their own peculiar interpretation of Isaiah 17. "Rah! Rah! We were right! Never mind horrible disaster and thousands dead, Jesus is coming!", and the world sees the visible face of the church as a bunch of bloodthirsty loons, well worth suppressing.

    More sane readers will want to review the Syro-Ephriamite Crisis and the career of Tiglath-Pileser III.

  15. Extra Scofieldism Nulla Salus? Really? Extra conditions for salvation? What would Paul have said about that? "But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed."
  16. Comparisons to Nazis are, to my mind, an admission that you have no further substantive argument. It's an automatic forfeit.
  17. Here's an interesting concept: Ideological Turing Test. (I don't have to explain the Turing Test, do I? "Nye Culturnie!" to you, If I do.)
    " Ideological Turing Test is a concept invented by American economist Bryan Caplan to test whether a political or ideological partisan correctly understands the arguments of his or her intellectual adversaries: the partisan is invited to answer questions or write an essay posing as his opposite number. If neutral judges cannot tell the difference between the partisan's answers and the answers of the opposite number, the candidate is judged to correctly understand the opposing side."

    Can your average FR dispensationalist pass? I don't think so.

Rant mode off.


All the stuff the Bible tells us happens at the second coming.


From The Teaching of the Epistle to the Hebrews, by Geerhardus Vos, Eerdman’s, 1956, p 51-52

“The writer of the Epistle to the Hebrews has a special motive in his representation, however, being less doctrinal than Paul, and more practical. He sought to cure the readers of their religious externalism, and this externalism was attached to their distorted eschatology. They were dissatisfied because they did not as yet possess the external things, and therefore they were intensely interested in eschatology. The writer shows them that the eschatology is present for the most part, only certain features of it being reserved for the future. The internal, spiritual part is the important part, and this we have now.”

Political Stuff

Politically I am a pessimist with libertarian sympathies. Fallen human beings being what they are, I am pessimistic about human utopias. This opinion comes in part from my religious convictions ("total depravity", see above under Calvinism).

From historical observation we all know the path a Marxist state will go: gulags and gray concrete apartment blocks, public schools and general ugliness. A boring gray dullness broken by episodes of terror. Thuggish rulers, starvation, poverty, blood, despair, death and ruin. The cradle to grave Eurosocialist style welfare state is a slow motion death cult whose subjects don't even care enough to reproduce themselves.

I suspect Libertopia would have it's own set of problems. A disproportionate number of libertarians I have interacted with have been, well, "extreme" personalities.

Chucking it all for an anarchy (good as it looks in theory and from the numbers (see Joe Sobran, The Reluctant Anarchist)), I suspect it would end up like tribal Darkest Africa, in need of a (sigh!) government to restrain evil. A government that will itself most likely be evil. Many humans are predators who will happily prey upon everyone else around them (which is why, children, I own guns.). And so it goes.

I am also an optimist (see above under eschatology). "This age" will end, "the age to come" will arrive. God's triumph will be manifest in the end. Every knee shall bow.


The Gospel of Har Magedon

From God, Heaven and Har Magedon, by Meredith G. Kline

The cosmic end game prospect of the double (divine and human) pleroma bound together in the theanthropic Christ is presented to us in gospel mode. It comes as an invitation to an eschatological banquet on Har Magedon. In Isaiah's words, on that day when Yahweh of hosts reigns on (Isa24:2I-23), he "will make on this Mount Zion in his Glory-parousia mountain a feast for all peoples"(Isa 25:6). And the herald of this messianic good news is exhorted to get up to a high mountain and shout, "Behold your God. Behold the Lord Yahweh comes with might . . . He will feed his flock like a shepherd"(Isa40:9-1 l; cf. 52:7).The Har Magedon banquet is the marriage supper of the Lamb and those who are invited to come and enjoy without price (Rev 22:17) are pronounced blessed(Rev 19:9).

Referring to this banquet in a kingdom parable (Luke 14:16ff,) Jesus tells us that in the face of the rejection of his invitation by many, the householder persists in gathering guests, determined that his house be filled (v.23). The harvest-gathering to which Jesus commissioned the church will be completed. The eternal good pleasure of him who accomplishes all things according to the counsel of his will (Eph 1: 1 1) will be fulfilled: Christ will be the firstborn among many brethren (Rom 8:29). The Son will receive his request that all whom the Father had given him be with him where he is to behold his glory, the glory the Father gave him in love before the foundation of the world (John 17:24). The predestined pleroma in Christ will be assembled fullness of joy before his parousia-Presence on consummated Har Magedon, Mount of Gathering.


Isaiah 25: 6 On this mountain the LORD of hosts will make for all peoples a feast of rich food, a feast of well-aged wine, of rich food full of marrow, of aged wine well refined.

7And he will swallow up on this mountain the covering that is cast over all peoples, the veil that is spread over all nations.

8 He will swallow up death forever; and the Lord GOD will wipe away tears from all faces, and the reproach of his people he will take away from all the earth, for the LORD has spoken.

IS 26:1 In that day the LORD with his hard and great and strong sword will punish Leviathan the fleeing serpent, Leviathan the twisting serpent, and he will slay the dragon that is in the sea. AMEN


Primal Parousia

More than that, the Isaianic prophecies indicate that the particular imagery in view in “the sign of the Son of Man in heaven” is that of the military standard (called nes or ‘ot by Isaiah). The metaphorical depiction of the Glory-cloud as a military standard was natural; for on the one hand, these battle flags (as noted earlier) were identifying name-banners and, on the other hand, the Glory-cloud as the revelation of God is in the biblical idiom sometimes called “the Name” of God. The military metaphor of the standard becomes quite explicit in the description of the parousia of the Word of God in Revelation 19:11ff. In this picture of Jesus as the incarnate Glory, leading the armies of heaven to war, he is portrayed as a veritable living name-banner, inscribed on both Glory-robe and Spirit-body with the name that belongs to him alone (vs. 12): “King of kings and Lord of lords” (vs. 16).

The military image of the battle-standard fits readily into the Matthew 24 context where its companion battle-signal, the trumpet, as well as the angel legions are also mentioned. The trumpet signal of Matthew 24:31 summons the people of God to their ranks in the army which is seen in Revelation 19:14 following the messianic warrior on the white horse to the final judgment. And the Spirit-Lord whom they follow is his own battle-standard. The Son of Man in heaven is himself the sign, the name-banner, of the Son of Man. Invested with the Glory-Name, he comes in the day of the Lord as the Spirit of the day.


Death, Leviathan and the Martyrs
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It's bad form to anathematize the apostle Paul.


And a handy image:


What's your eschatology? online quiz.

You Scored as Amillenialist

Amillenialism believes that the 1000 year reign is not literal but figurative, and that Christ began to reign at his ascension. People take some prophetic scripture far too literally in your view.

Amillenialist 95%
Moltmannian Eschatology 65% (Whatever that is)
Preterist 55%
Premillenialist 50%
Postmillenialist 50%
Dispensationalist 15%
Left Behind 10%


Another link to the same glock image.

What it's supposed to look like (animated, with controls).
Internet Troll Personality Disorder

Michael Horton's definition of heresy

Q. What is heresy?

A. Heresy is any teaching that directly contradicts the clear and direct witness of the Scriptures on a point of salvific importance.

Augustine and Basil on the distinction between heretics and schismatics.

Augustine eventually came to define heretics as those who "in holding false opinions regarding God, do injury to the faith itself," as distinguished from schismatics, who "in wicked separations break off from brotherly charity, although they may believe just what we believe."

Basil's distinction was only slightly different: heretics were "men who were altogether broken off and alienated in matters relating to the actual faith," and schismatics were "men who had separated for some ecclesiastical reasons and questions capable of mutual solution."

The "shoulder thing that goes up"


My take on "If you could have only one handgun, what would it be?"

If you could only have one handgun what would it be?

IF the world's as it should be, all unicorns and rainbows, I'm set for life and my biggest handgun addressable problem is too many stray cats, err, squirrels, a Ruger .22 auto, long barrel, target sights.

IF "We're in Teh End Times!", and I have to survive a 7 year Great Tribbleation wandering through a blasted and mutating apocalyptic landscape with only what I managed to grab in my panicked flight, a Glock 19. It should last as long as I need it. I can scavenge ammo from my fallen enemies, as, surely, the Man 'o Sin's minions will favor the Euroweenie 9mm over the One True Cartridge delivered by the hand of St. John Moses Browning.


The right way to reference Chuck Missler: Chuck Missler

Select text, right click, view selection source, copy and paste.

Don't like it? Anybody who can assert, as I have heard Mr. Missler do, that the planet Mars passed withing 70K miles of Earth in the 700s BC, and changed the orbit of Mars and the length of the Earths year, and not defend this assertion, is a crank.


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"America is like a drug addicted family member.
Early in our relationship, I was an enabler.
Then, when I awoke to the depths of her depravity, I just hoped she would get better.
Now, I'm just hopeful she doesn't die in a gutter choking on her own vomit."

--"Jamis Jockey"

Obama literally blows up little kids from the sky, and sells guns to Mexican drug gangs, and somehow he's the compassionate alternative to republicans.

Nutty as he is, Ron Paul is the only person with a shred of sanity that stood for election.

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Lutheran Satire: Messing with Dispensationalists


Charles Hodge's letter to Pius IX, declining the invitation to attend Vatican 1. "We are not heretics or schismatics..."


Funerals from Hell: Where Have All the Graveyards Gone?. On how we treat death. Poorly, wildly inappropriately. A must read. From Modern Reformation.

All About Heresy, by Michael Horton (quote above from here).

My Ill-i-noise CCW qual target. 30 rounds or .40S&W through an XD Service. The course of fire is not exactly challenging. Ten rounds each at 3, 7 and 10 yards. "Keep it in the blue."

So, nobody be whining about how .40 is "harsh" and "snappy". Grow a pair, and use a big enough gun.