It’s been a long time since I’ve written. If you know anything about my writing habits, you know I only write when I have something that I think is worth taking the time to read once written. In this case, I’m sharing this post in response to an email that a visitor to our congregation had […]
Dispensationalism is a product of the consistent application of the Reformation hermeneutic.
The Dark Age and the Medieval Period (c. 300-1517 AD) Although literal, normal interpretation did exist during this period, the prevailing form of interpretation was that of allegorical, which was strictly employed by the Roman Catholic Church. The Roman church’s interpretive method is described well in the following: …‘The literal sense is that which the […]
The Reformation became necessary because the faulty hermeneutic adopted by Augustine and eventually the Roman Catholic Church.
Christ is our wisdom, and His word our only unfailing guide. Why would any believer want to trust in this world’s wisdom?
The idol of relevance demands that the Church change with the culture. The Church needs no adjustment to the world. Rather it needs to adjust to God’s eternally relevant and perfect word.
Until now we have examined only one piece of the mystic puzzle, or one path that has led the church onto the road to the delusion prophesied by the Apostle Paul in Second Thessalonians 2:11-12, “For this reason God will send upon them a deluding influence so that they will believe what is false, in […]
In the past two articles I have asserted that New Age spirituality has infiltrated the Evangelical Church. This study will continue to trace exactly how we have gotten to this point. Although the loss of the Church’s first love led to numerous issues within the young church, the slide towards mystical practices took a number […]
How is it that New Age Spirituality has found its way into the Evangelical church? There is a long and winding path that has been followed to get to where we find ourselves. The answer begins early in the history of the Church, as very quickly she left her first love (Rev. 2:4). Samuel Andrews […]