A Dispensational View of the Spiritual Life, or Homage to He That Is Spiritual, part 2

Christ makes the distinction between the natural man of the flesh and the spiritual man who is born of the Holy Spirit. This is one of the many distinctions between Israel and the Church. The Old Testament saint did not have the blessing of being born of the Holy Spirit as the Church age saint does.

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A Response to an Old College Friend on Facebook

A pastor whom I knew back in my college days recently linked with this article on his Facebook page (Michele Bachmann: proof that end-times theology will poison your worldview).  I think that the article typifies at least a portion of what is wrong in the Church today.  Let it be known at the outset that I […]

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I Was Wrrrr…

If you recall the t.v. show, “Happy Days,” which ran from 1974-1984, then you may also recall that Arthur Fonzarelli, or the Fonze, had a difficult time making the statement, “I was wrrr…wrrro.”  (WRONG)  Well, none of us wish to admit that we were wrong, but sometimes it helps.  So, I was wrrr….wrrong, at least […]

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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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