Jesus never said, “Come to me and you’ll have your best life now; believe in me and I’ll make things better for you.” What He actually said was, “Unless you believe that I am He, you will die in your sins. (John 8:24) – Michael Horton, WhitehorseInn.org
We are told in 2 Timothy 3:1-5, “Know this, that in the last days difficult times will come. For men will be lovers of self… lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, holding to a form of godliness, but having denied its power. Keep away from such men as these.” On Wednesday, Pre …
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I want to share some good news from COVID—throughout the lockdowns, God has given the ministry I’m a part of a wide open door to advance the gospel through jail ministry. There is a basic principle…
One month after announcing her departure from the Southern Baptist Convention, Beth Moore has apologized for her role in elevating complementarian theology to a “matter of 1st importance.”
— Read on www.christianpost.com/news/beth-moore-apologizes-for-role-in-elevating-complementarianism.html
An interesting article on several levels that deserves thoughtful consideration.
This is an excellent treatment of John Calvin & baptism.
This essay engages with John Calvin’s doctrine of baptism as stated in the Institutes of the Christian Religion. It begins by introducing the topic, listing some of the concerns that underlie Calvin’s doctrine and giving some historical context. The essay then moves to engage with Calvin’s view on the Sacraments in general, before delving into his understanding of what baptism is and what the sacrament accomplishes, and symbolizes. The essay then critiques Calvin’s understanding of infant baptism before presenting a personal reflection on Calvin’s doctrine in light of the study.
Baptism is a sacrament that is almost universally recognised throughout the many factions of the Christian Church, however, how this sacrament is to be understood has long been a subject of fierce debate. This debate was at its height in the age of the Protestant reformation, where Roman Catholic, Radical, and Magisterial thinkers proposed…
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I’m watching Top Myths about Reformed Theology with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger – Doreen Virtue on AGTV http://www.watchagtv.com/videos/kim-riddlebarger-interview-1
“To you, O men, I call, and my cry is to the children of man,” says Wisdom personified in Proverbs 8. “O simple ones, learn prudence; O fools, learn sense… Whoever finds me finds life and obtains favor from the Lord, but he who fails to find me injures himself. All who hate me l …
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With the recent imprisonment of Pastor James Coates, increased discussion has arisen concerning the corporate gathering of God’s people. Jordan’s helpful article yesterday reminded us that gatherin…