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Evangelicals and Protestants Together for the Gospel

October 28, 2010
Evangelicals and Protestants Together for the Gospel

"After 1520 an evangelical was a person who was committed to the sufficiency of scripture, the priesthood of all believers, the total lostness of humans, the sole mediation of Christ, the gracious efficacy and finality of God's redemptive work in Christ through election, propitiation, calling and keeping."

Hagee: a Minor Player in Evangelical Zionism

June 3, 2008

Many who oppose evangelical Zionism rejoiced in the recent McCain-Hagee debacle. It can't get better than this, they think. But evangelical support for Israel is rooted way beyond Hagee, Hal Lindsey, and Tim Lahaye. Back in 1998, Timothy P. Weber wrote a thorough historical and theological analysis of the reasons why evangelicals love Israel in a Christianity Today article entitled "How Evangelicals Became Israel's Best Friend." Here are a couple of his points...

Reformed Worship Introduction: “On the Necessity of Reforming the Church,” Today!

October 31, 2007
Reformed Worship Introduction: “On the Necessity of Reforming the Church,” Today!

What did Calvin teach about public worship? If you see in your own church a lack of God-centered, Christ- centered, Word-and-Sacrament-centered worship, then ask yourself, “Is our church an heir of the 16th century Protestant Reformation, or is our church in need of another sweeping 21st century Reformation?"

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