Would we say that the early church, the medieval church, and the Reformation church were wrong in saying before they read from their translations, “This is God’s holy and inerrant Word”?
“Now frankly it’s too late for John Calvin to fix his work, although he is now a premillennialist in heaven.” Talking about slandering Calvin.
To many, how can a God who is perfectly loving, merciful, gracious and good, send people to an utterly despicable destination?
There are many misunderstandings and false teachings about the Second Coming of Christ. What then are the basic teachings of the Bible about the Second Coming?
The holy city in the new heaven and new earth in Revelation 21 has 12 gates inscribed with the names of the 12 tribes of Israel, and 12 foundations inscribed with the names of the 12 apostles.
He has particularly appointed one day in seven, for a Sabbath, to be kept holy unto him: which, from the beginning of the world to the resurrection of Christ, was the last day of the week (Westminster Confession of Faith 21:7).
Finally, the law of Moses was for Israel, not for America or any other nation. Advocates of illegal immigrants make an erroneous application of Old Testament civil laws to the current Western situation. God’s people is the church, not Israel or America.
Soon they will realize either that their faith in Christ is being challenged and will therefore seek a true church or, like the frog in the kettle, they may remain as their profession of faith is increasingly confused, weakened, and perhaps even abandoned.
Eric Liddell’s pleasure was in honoring the Lord’s Sabbath day, which pointed forward to the eternal Sabbath.
“Come, my beloved, let us go out into the fields and lodge in the villages.”
As a follow-up to my previous post, “Ow, C’mon, All Ye Faithful, regarding bad theology in Christmas hymns, here are five takeoffs on the subject.
We hear this evangelical rant every Christmas and Easter. But here are two articles, with short excerpts, debunking these myths.