If Not Us…Who?

The title of this entry has been borrowed from two sources.  It is the title of an article written in Voice Magazine, July/August 2008 (the publication of the IFCA, The Independent Fundamental Churches of America) and was written by W.W. McEad.  In turn, he borrowed the title from a line in President Ronald Reagan’s second […]

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Pyromaniacs: Driscoll’s Pornographic Divination

I have often had people argue with me over whether or not God still speaks to us.  It’s the old cessationist/non-cessationist row.  In his most recent blog, Phil Johnson demonstrates the dangers posed by those who do not hold to Sola Scriputra, which is true of those who are non-cessationist, who believe that God still […]

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Want to Know the Will of God?

In our society it is a common thing to hear a believer say that he/she wants to know the will of God for his/her life.  I believe the premise is flawed and therefore will lead to a wrong answer and a life of constant doubt and frustration.  God’s will for every believer is clearly presented […]

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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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Emergent Emptiness

Sorry for the long delay, but I have been on vacation.  I don’t blog much on vacation, especially since I was in a location that didn’t have Wi-Fi and I was unable to use my laptop for a week (it was so nice).   Alas, the world continued on without me, but not all of […]

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