Our Reply to Sundry Critics and Enquirers

In his day Charles Spurgeon, the great Prince of Preachers, began to identify what has come to be known as The Downgrade.  This was a reference to the gradual loss of sound doctrine and personal holiness among the churchmen that had begun with the Act of Uniformity of 1662.  This move by King Charles II […]

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The Christian Atheist

A “church” in my hometown is advertising this as their current sermon series.  When I saw the sign I was reminded very clearly that the Postmodern mindset has all but taken over the majority of the institutional church just as it has our overall society.  I have no idea the thought process behind the series […]

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Salvation: Free and Everlasting

In this post I want to share an interesting insight that I gained in preparation for teaching the book of Hebrews. Since the question as to whether salvation is something permanent or something that can be lost is always a major topic it is something that I always address when I come across a passage […]

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Thinking About Discipleship

I’ve been thinking about the responsibility that the body of Christ has to reproduce and make more disciples. Since I will be teaching on this subject in the near future I thought that I would share some observations with you. Of course the passage that most directly addresses this is Matthew 28:18-20.  In these verses […]

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Characteristics of a Godly Man, Part 6

“But as for you, speak the things which are fitting for sound doctrine. Older men are to be temperate, dignified, sensible, sound in faith, in love, in perseverance” – Titus 2:1-2 Continuing our study of these two verses we now come to find that a godly man is to be sound, and that soundness extends […]

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“Son of Hamas” Denounced as a Phony | Bible Prophecy Blog

I have been asked on more than one occasion why it is necessary to maintain the absolute distinction between Israel and the Church.  My first answer to that question is to ask, “Do you mind if I call you Bob?  I know your name is not Bob, but does it really matter?”  Then I get […]

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