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And is it unbiblical to believe such a thing? If not, then let us believe it and while you’re at it…join us.
I just started a new job and it wants more of my time. Also, it’s Saturday so sit back, relax, and laugh a little. May the Lord’s Day be a day of doctrine, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness. Blessings.
What about Christianity is better with multiple versions? By “better” I mean closer to Scriptural truth and teaching? Would Christianity be better with multiple versions of God?Would Christianity be better with multiple versions of the Trinity?Would Christianity be better with multiple versions of Jesus?Would Christianity be better with multiple versions of the atonement?Would Christianity beContinue reading “Would We Be Better With Multiple Versions?”
My wife and I homeschool our children and have been doing so for 14 years. From time to time we would join a homeschool co-op to supplement our home education. One year I was asked to co-teach a 9th grade science class. As usual I would have the textbook and my Bible on the tableContinue reading “The KJV is Too Difficult to Read: A Story”
When discussing topics regarding text and translation with those who object to the TR and KJV invariably my interlocutor reminds me that “You can get saved out of other versions” or some variation of this truth. This claim seems to imply that all credible versions [whatever that means] are equal because they each contain theContinue reading “Scripture and a Robust Christian Worldview”
Grant Castleberry is currently the senior pastor of Capital Community Church in Raleigh, NC and was the executive director for the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. I’ve shared his tweets here before. Largely because I think they’re great and this one is no different. But as I read this one there seems to beContinue reading “The Evangelical Sin of Name-Calling”
As some of you may be aware, there is a long history of sermons offered on election day. It seems like it was almost a tradition to preach on the role of government and the responsibility of the Christian citizen to vote in accordance with the dictates of Scripture. There are thousands of such sermons.Continue reading “Election Sermons: The Long History of Politics and Preaching”