About

James Allman is Professor of Bible Exposition and Professor of Old Testament at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is married to Jan, his wife of over 40 years, and has three married children and eight grandchildren.

10 Responses to About

  1. Richie Simmons says:

    Looking forward to seeing where this conversation goes!

  2. Roger Carr says:

    Thank you for sharing and teaching on this subject that is neglected too often.

  3. Jim, Great to find your blog, and looking forward to learning from you. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Ray Helton says:

    Jim, just found your blog. Trying it out…..kicking tires. Thanks for allowing me to walk along with you for a while.

  5. Stephen Heron says:

    Dr. Allman:
    Just stumbled across your blog – Looking forward to digging into some of the topics you’ve addressed thus far and what is yet to come. Hope you are well and your recent travels were fruitful.

  6. Monte Moran says:

    When a church member comes under discipline, and a church does not let them partake of the Lord’s Supper, can you instruct me and give me some teaching on how this works? In my mind i think, how can I withhold grace from someone that the elements would represent. Please give me some instructions on how this works.

    • jamesallman says:

      We are not withholding grace when we place people under discipline, we are practicing grace by doing what God commanded. In the same letter that Paul gave instruction about the Lord’s Supper, he also commanded to deal with unrepentant brothers and sisters by not fellowshipping with them, “not to even eat with such a person” (1 Cor 5.11-13). God only disciplines His children, and that because of His love for them (Heb. 12.4-11). So discipline is not withholding grace; it is practicing grace! See also 1 Cor 11.32.

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