Rich’s article distinguishes itself by defining the terms “tribulation” and “wrath” so that it clears up much confusion in the church about what will happen in the end-times. This is an article which likely will teach you much you’ve wanted to know.
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Dave manages to document many deviant attitudes, beliefs, and practices in the present church that are contrary to the Word of God, largely by the church leadership itself. Is it any wonder we need to repent?
This remarkable article explains the differences between Jews, Christians and Muslims (Moslems). The Professor shows us what we don’t want to know — that in Islam there are two states — the Islam state and the state of war. War will continue until the world is ruled by Islam, if the Moslems get their way. The Professor believes the wars will continue with brief respites of cease fires while the Moslems reinforce their positions to renew the war.
What a privilege to hear godly men agonize over the best way to serve the Lord, to seek his will, and to be obedient to his teachings. Jonathan was part of great revivals in China. He was a multi-talented man who chose to serve the Lord as a missionary to a remote tribe in China.
Those who oppose the doctrine of eternal security are most concerned about the influence the doctrine has in the lives of those who claim it as a fundamental tenet of their faith. Carl Giordano tells the story of what happened when preaching at Texas Tech. It is a story you won’t quickly forget.
This article is particularly helpful because the author has gone directly to the life of Jesus to make his point. He shows that the Lord Jesus did NOT observe the rules and regulations of the Sabbath. Excellent!
Justin Martyr shares what the early church believed about predestination. Even in those days there were those who misunderstood scripture. And in the early church, Satan desperately tried to pervert the word of God so that succeeding generations would not know the pure milk of the word.
This is a careful examination of the popular doctrine of unconditional eternal security (UES) with proofs of its falsity developed from many different approaches. Many who have reviewed this article have come to recognize the invidious evil associated with the doctrine.
Could the Katrina Hurricane be a warning or punishment sent by God? Lots of people are asking that question right now. Some claim vociferously that a hurricane is simply an act of nature and it is going way too far to claim it could be an act of punishment by God. David brings the Scripture to bear on this subject. I think you’ll find the article informative, interesting, and thought-provoking.
David goes point by point through the five points of the Calvinistic TULIP. He primarily refutes the publication, TULIP: What We Believe about the Five Points of Calvinism by John Piper. Good writing, good reading, and excellent accumulation of scriptures to prove the falsehood of Calvinism.