Posted on 17 April 2014
This is a very helpful episode of “Ask Pastor John“. Below, I summarized his main points. Please listen clearly and discern for yourself if the preaching you are under is prosperity driven rather than Gospel driven. Absence of a serious doctrine of Suffering. Romans 8:23 - And not only the creation, but we ourselves, who have the […] Continue Reading...
Posted on 21 March 2014
Usefulness is the true measure of living. Our Lord made fruit—the test of discipleship. What is fruit? Is it not something which the tree bears to feed men’s hunger? In discipleship, then—fruit is something that grows upon our lives—which others may take and feed upon. It is anything in us, or that we do—which does good to others. A fruitful Christian life […] Continue Reading...
But what kind of men does the Master mean to use? . . . First, they must be laborers. The man who does not make hard work of his ministry will find it very hard work to answer for his idleness at the last great day. A gentleman who wants an easy life should never […]
Ungodly parents are the greatest servants of the devil in all the world, and the bloodiest enemies to their children’s souls! More souls are damned by ungodly parents, than by all other instruments!
Does the Unbeliever Take Evil Seriously, Then? Unbelievers complain that certain plain facts about human experience are inconsistent with the Christian’s theological beliefs about the goodness and power of God. Such a complaint requires the non-Christian to assert to existence of evil in this world. What, however, has been presupposed here? Both the […]
“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly!” Colossians 3:16 Probably prayer is less neglected in devotions, than is the reading of the Bible. Many people who would not go out any morning without a few moments of prayer, will go forth day after day into the thick of life’s duties and perils, without reading even a verse of […]
We want to turn now to examine some of the recurring and most basic kinds of objections which are raised against the Christian faith by those who disagree with the Biblical worldview — whether its intellectual antagonists, cultured despisers, or competing religions. Our aim will be to suggest how a presuppositional method of apologetics […]