I agree with James White here, as MacArthur’s eschatology comes from his #dispensationalism. It was defeatist, to say the least. I don’t “lose” here, and I have nothing to complain about, and everything to be thankful for. “To die is to gain” (Phil 1:21). It’s a win-win! A side note: As I’ve said before. I
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Because they’re Biblical, I’ve always believed in and prayed imprecatory prayers. A couple of months ago, I shared in a sermon some specific ‘prolific’ results. They have also become a part of many recent discussions amongst our congregation. And now in his new video Dr. James White discusses what it means to Scripturally pray for
Dr. James White does an excellent job pushing back his critics regarding a letter he wrote. He reminds us of the importance of history, and he calls-out the ignorance of the Black Lives Matter / Antifa movement. He also spoke about a record-breaking attendance at his church and the many baptisms they had. That’s important
Dr. James White is an effective debater, and this is powerfully Biblically accurate. I know this to be true about ‘free will,’ not only because of the Scriptures (which are sufficient), but because from the years 1986 thru 1991, I was a false convert. Had I died in that time-frame (or before), this church-going ‘believer’
Dr. Drew of CNN’s ‘Dr. Drew’ show invited Dr. James White of Alpha & Omega Ministries to be a guest on his show. Also included on Drew’s panel were two females Sam and Ericka. Sam alleges to be a Christian, but wrongfully accuses Dr. James White of being unloving towards a particular community. The reason
I’ve had the privilege of meeting Dr James White a couple times, when he spoke here in the Inland Empire. Here’s another quick read on ‘What is a Reformed Baptist Church?’ by Pastor William Payne.