He Does Too

Wow!  The following poem was something that I, as a pastor, needed to hear today.  Pray for your pastor today and every day. When you’re feeling lonely, remember, he does too. When you’re feeling depressed, remember, he does too. When you’re feeling your inadequacies, remember, he does too. When you get… Source: He Does Too

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The Fallacies with “The Circular Argument” Against Presuppositionalism

Excellent article, well worth reading. If you notice in the replies at the end, one skeptical of this approach, and of the Bible in general it seems, actually illustrates the argument being made by the author by unknowingly admitting that what he “believes” is by faith; faith in the “thousands of learned professors, scientists and […]

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Chick-fil-A Doesn’t Sell Hamburgers

Another fine article from my friend Randy White.  If you are a pastor, or elder of your church you should read it.  As a matter of fact, I recommend this for everyone who is attending a church, or looking for a church. Chick-fil-A Doesn’t Sell Hamburgers.

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“The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven” Recants Story, Rebukes Christian Retailers [UPDATED!!!!!]

Some time back I wrote a series of articles expressing the truth that the Bible is sufficient for all of life.  Too many people within the church are willing to abandon that truth, seek extra biblical signs and messages from God, and grope around for miraculous illustrations of people receiving messages or visions…or going to […]

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The “Gaying” of the Evangelical Church: a Response to Kirsten Powers (Part 1) – The Word on Politics

A very well written, must read series of articles from my friend, Dr. Andy Woods. The “Gaying” of the Evangelical Church: a Response to Kirsten Powers (Part 1) – The Word on Politics.

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Challenging Interpretive Methodology of the Young, Restless, and Reformed: A response to “Who are the 144,000 in Revelation 7:4” | drcone.com

The link below offers an excellent argument for a consistent normal grammatical historical approach to interpreting Scripture.  Pay close attention to Dr. Cone’s argument that if the passage under review can be interpreted in a manner that disregards the plain meaning, then how can we be sure of anything found in God’s word. Challenging Interpretive […]

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