Martin Luther calls it “the chief point, and the very central place of the Epistle [to the Romans], and of the whole Bible.” Leon Morris calls it “possibly the most important single paragraph ever written.” Keep Reading
We live in an age of great compromise and confusion, especially regarding the Christian faith. In some ways, that means we live in the same sort of day and age that every Christian has lived in since Christ ascended to Heaven approximately 2,000 years ago. The New Testament authors, writing under the inspiration of the … More The dangers of theological liberalism
Our Culture Needs Less Beth Moore And More Jonathan Edwards Our society does not suffer from too much awareness of its own depravity and need for God. Hyperbolic evangelical lady-preacher Beth Moore found herself at odds with celebrated theologian and First Great Awakening giant Jonathan Edwards over the weekend and concluded Edwards must be the … More Our Culture Needs…
Question: “Why should we study the Old Testament?” Answer: There are many reasons to study the Old Testament. For one, the Old Testament lays the foundation for the teachings and events found in the New Testament. The Bible is a progressive revelation. If you skip the first half of any good book and try to finish … More Why should we study the Old Testament?
People love Jesus as long as we’re not too clear about who He is. If Jesus is just a good man, a good teacher & even a good prophet, then He is completely acceptable. This presentation was given by Dr. Voddie Baucham on January 22, 2021, at the Founders “The Only God” national conference in … More God With Us
Typically, when this question is asked, the person asking qualifies the question with “outside of the Bible.” We do not grant this idea that the Bible cannot be considered a source of evidence for the existence of Jesus… READ MORE > > >
Open a dictionary and you will find many common words often have different meanings. For example: The man hit the bat with a bat. The first bat is a nocturnal animal, and the second is a sports accessory. We know by its placement and usage which is which. The meanings of words, phrases, and sentences are based upon how they are used in … More 6 Bible Verses You Are Probably Reading Wrong
In this post, I will argue that Acts 19:1-7 does not teach the common baptism of the Holy Spirit, that a second blessing is possible after conversion… Source: Baptism of the Holy Spirit: An Exposition of Acts 19:1-7
Joel 2 CONTEXT: The book of Joel was the telling of God’s judgment upon His chosen people (Israel), the pagan nations that surrounded them, and the eventual outpouring of the Holy Spirit (restoration of God’s people) Acts 2. Matthew Henry breaks chapter 2 down as follows: God’s judgments. (1-14) Exhortations to fasting and prayer; blessings … More Devotional Thought for Today – 09/01/21
PSALM 90 CONTEXT: C.H. Spurgeon in his timeless work, Treasury of David breaks it down as follows: Moses sings of the frailty of man, and the shortness of life, contrasting therewith the eternity of God, and founding thereon earnest appeals for compassion. The only division which will be useful separates the contemplation Ps 90:1-11 from … More Devotional Thought for Today – 08/25/21
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