It is my personal ethic that personal messages, or private messaging, and/or private emails should remain ‘personal and private.’ But unfortunately today I am seeing some professing Christians take screenshots of ‘private’ messages, and then making them public. I’ve had that done to me, and it’s not a pleasant experience. Therefore, so that I do
Having said that, unashamedly I am orthodox reformed, and am a member of a reformed church, where we maintain a full subscription of our 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. And so when I see public articles about elders and pastors like this, I am compelled to say something against it. A little leaven lumps
When I saw the below news article entitled “Revival hits army base with 1459 receiving Christ,” I just had to read it. Though there are many things wrong with this story, the following is my synopsis. Their so-called “found faith” is not something to be found. Faith is a gift from the Lord (Eph 2:7-9).
In this video Sonny Hernandez provides us with an accurate analysis of James White’s growing trend of becoming a “great compromiser,” along with his unbiblical ecumenical apologetics. I especially appreciate the way Hernandez discerned the screenshot of Whites endorsement of Michael Brown. Whites ‘check the box’ approval of Brown was irresponsibly inaccurate. As Charles H.
Though Christians are commanded to preach the glorious Gospel, we also have a duty to oppose false teachings. We’re not called to make friends with the world, nor fellowship with them, nor invite them to “church.” We’re commanded to warn them, and sometimes you will push them away, because they are already dead in their
Amen, what Voddie said that I appreciate the most, is it is not necessary to know what the other person believes, to effectively witness to them. But it is more important to thoroughly know, understand, and apply what our Scriptures say. We must have a higher view of God, and His Scriptures; than of our
It’s one thing to err in our doctrine or teachings (as we all have, and sometimes sill unknowingly do). But it’s another thing to commit as much err seen in the below 85 second video. J.D. Greer, the President of the Southern Baptist Convention says the following about the historical accounts of the Bible. “I’m
Admittedly I am not a gifted writer. I err often (grammar, spelling, sentence structure etc.). Sadly I’ve erred in doctrine too. But when I realize it (the doctrine), thankfully the Lord convicts me, and grants me repentance. Furthermore our Theology and Ecclesiology matters, so since this was written by the President of their seminary, and
Many years ago I was a Free-willer. I ignorantly believed then that man had a ‘free will’ to accept Jesus, to choose God, or to make a decision for Him to be saved. I also believed in a universal atonement, wrongfully believing that Christ died for “all men without exception.” That my friends, is a
On 11/14/18 I posted my latest video on the ‘We Cannot Save America Unless We Recognize God’ Facebook Group. A member of that group (Jacquelyn Meyers) commented under that post, sharing her opposition to my method of evangelism. Below is a screenshot of my post, along with her comment; and below that screenshot, is my