A husband promises to love and to cherish his wife, but would he keep this promise if his wife was unfaithful? Not so with Christ, who, like Hosea, kept his promise, even to an adulterous Bride: he “loved the church and gave himself up for her.”
2 Timothy 2:11-12 certainly does not make Paul a first-century male chauvinist bigot in a male-dominated Greco-Roman-Jewish culture. What most egalitarians miss are the verses that follow.
Thanks to Albert for leading me to a thorough refutation of dispensational premillennialism: “The Ninety-Five Theses Against Dispensationalism” written by Dr. Robert L. Reymond for the NiceneCouncil.com
Hanna Rosin, Atlantic Monthly contributor, analyzes “Christian” pop culture together with Daniel Radosh’s book Rapture Ready! Above is an excerpt of her post.
Or is “Jolly Old Saint Nicholas” real? How about the Christmas tree, mistletoe and Rudolph? I just stumbled upon a review of a new book, Christmas: A Candid History, written by Bruce David Forbes. Forbes is a Methodist and a
Jeremiah 29:11 then is not a promise to the man on the street that God loves him, that God has â€œa wonderful planâ€ for his life, and that â€œGod hates his sin, but loves him the sinner.â€
I’m re-posting this article I wrote back in May 2007. In view of the May 14 midterm elections in the Philippines, and of the current presidential campaign in the United States, I have been pondering the age-old question of how
Belgic Confession Article 3 We confess that this Word of God did not come by the impulse of man, but that men moved by the Holy Spirit spoke from God, as the apostle Peter says (2 Pet 1:21). Thereafter, in