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 Canon According to Jesus

The canon of Christian Scripture is the foundation of the Christian system. Therefore, it is the final authority for Christian thought, belief, and action.The question that must follow concerns authority … This paper will examine the testimony of Jesus Messiah, the second person of the triune godhead, in order to argue that Scripture’s own testimony settles the debate over canonicity.

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A Letter Defending the Christian Worldview

My Dearest Friend, It is encouraging to me that you have chosen to engage me in this conversation concerning my beliefs as a Christian.  The reason being is that I believe it simply reaffirms what God has revealed in Scripture; that it is He who has placed a desire to understand life and seek out […]

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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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A Dispensational View of the Christian Life, Part 7

It has been some time since my last post.  I have been busy with teaching, pastoring, studying, and most importantly, being a husband and father.  Recent events in our nation have introduced changes to cherished, God-ordained patterns, as well as stealing individual freedoms once protected by our nation’s Bill of Rights, and overstepping the explicit […]

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A Dispensational View of the Christian Life, Part 6

As we continue to look at the Dispensational view of the Christian life, we are pleased to be able to begin to look at the more positive side of the issue.  That is not to say that the content of the teaching doesn’t have negative aspects, but the outcome of those is quite positive.  Having […]

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What Southern Baptists can expect from Russell Moore and the ERLC

This is an extremely important, and informative piece that Dr. White has written.  As a former Southern Baptist pastor, and longtime member of the SBC tradition, I was quite concerned with the appointment of Russell Moore.  I appreciate Dr. White’s work, and writing on this topic.  Moore’s poor understanding of Scripture and God’s overarching plan […]

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A Dispensational View of the Christian Life, Part 5

In our last post we delved into two of the three main difficulties that a Christian faces as he/she faces in the daily challenge of living life in obedience to the Holy Spirit, otherwise known as the spiritual, or Spirit-filled life.  We will look at the third aspect of this triumvirate of problems the Christian […]

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A Dispensational View of the Spiritual Life, or, Homage to He That Is Spiritual, Part 4

In this He That Is Spiritual article we will continue our discussion of the spiritual life from a Dispensational, therefore Scriptural viewpoint. I don’t say that simply to poke the nose of Reformed Covenantalists who believe Dispensationalism is wrong. I say that based on points made earlier in the previous three articles. Before anyone decides to […]

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