Save Ferris « Energetic Procession. I believe that it is very much our duty to support those that are in need – in or out of the Church. What does it profit, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can faith save him? If a brother or sister is […]
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Evangelical Scholars Issue Statement on Jewish Evangelism| Christianpost.com.
Joel Hemphill, part of the Hemphills, has recently published a book, To God be the Glory: The Bible View of God. Now, we all know the Hemphills for there many many recordings going back many more years than I have lived on this planet, but did you know that Joel H. is now denying the […]
For all of the Protestants dismissal of baptism as necessary to salvation, there are great many people that actually it to be so. Granted, dear critic, numbers does not make right, but Protestants are quick to belittle the actual history of the ‘Tradition’. I am not going to attempt to answer ever argument about Baptism […]
Growing up, I had the opportunity to live with my widowed Grandfather near Summit, Mississippi for a short (too short) season. He was a fine Southern Baptist Deacon at Mars’ Hill Baptist Church, and indeed had always been a Baptist, Southern. Every Sunday morning, as we prepared ourselves for the Sunday service at Mars’ Hill, […]
Ignatius usually gets a bludgeoning from various people and groups that I deal with personally, but in the end I hold that he was a solid ‘modalist’ although that word would have been foreign to him. He invented the word ‘apostolic’ which is horribly misused by Rome and oneness people. He also was among the […]
Some time ago, I engaged in a discussion concerning Modalism and Trinitarianism. These following articles/posts are a result of that discussion that is on again, off again. I hear tell that it might start again, so in part because of that (and in part because I wanted to collect it all on one page, and […]
**This will be a mutlipart series** So many times today, we see that the ‘Church’ is loosing ground in humanity’s fight against ‘organized religion.’ (Here, Here, ) Too many times, the Church is merely seen as a building contrary to that of the Biblical usage of the community, the bride, and the body of Christ. […]
By the time Mr. Cahill gets to the Apostle Paul, I am convinced that the author does not believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God. By that I mean that he seems to think that the words found on the paper are merely a human invention instead of being directly breathed by […]