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Beeke Conference Outline Notes

May 7, 2009

"Apart from election, no one will be saved because we are all totally depraved. Election compels evangelism. Election leads to holiness. Rejecting particular redemption leads to a confusion among the Persons of the Trinity in the work of salvation." -- Dr. Joel R. Beeke

What do you call a Warren, Osteen, Hinn, Schuller, Origen stew?

April 20, 2009

A book entitled Path of Miracles. Pastor Samuel Rodriguez, a Pentecostal pastor, has released this title which has echoes of Rick Warren, Joel Osteen, Benny Hinn and other prosperity gospel false teachers, plus Origen's allegories. And lo and behold, right in Chapter 1, he says, "Rick Warren talks about..."

“Christ in hell is a ‘little wormy spirit,'” and other heresies

April 8, 2009

In hell, "[demons] tortured him beyond anything that anybody has ever conceived… [Christ’s] emaciated, poured out, little, wormy spirit is down in the bottom of that thing [hell]." – Kenneth Copeland. But if there is one who should be called "a little wormy spirit," it is each one of us miserable sinners who does not deserve the devotion of our Savior's and Sovereign's sacred head.

Six More Bibles for Idiots (Updated)

October 13, 2008

Desmond Tutu writes in the foreword, "It is possible to have a new kind of world, a world where there will be more compassion, more gentleness, more caring, more laughter, more joy for all of God's creation, because that is God's dream. And God says, 'Help me, help me, help me realize my dream.'"

Westminster Confession of Faith in Tagalog

July 21, 2008

Here at last is the first form of a project I have been thinking about over the past few years: The Westminster Confession of Faith Tagalog-English Diglot Version.

“All Roads Lead to Rome (or Rather, Heaven)”

April 13, 2008

And among these five essentials, "Christ alone" is often attacked today, not only by non-Christians, but also by Christians of various colors in two ways: universalism and inclusivism. Throughout church history, but especially in our postmodern society, both universalism and inclusivism are affirmed by churches of various persuasions.

Where Has Church Discipline Gone?

October 5, 2007

“If you were the pastor of a paedobaptistic church, and an unmarried couple asks you to baptize their infant child, would you?” I asked this question to my students at the Bible school. Six out of eleven said no, for various reasons. The other five said they would, also for various reasons which include: if […]

God’s Friday

April 6, 2007
God’s Friday

"Good Friday" is a national holiday in the Philippines. Ever wondered why this day, a commemoration of the Lord's crucifixion c. A.D. 33, is paradoxically called "Good"? Some say it comes from the German "Gottes Freitag," which means "God’s Friday..."

Introduction to the Belgic Confession of Faith

November 27, 2006

To start the theological discussion in this blog, I think it would be best to go through one of the great confessions of faith of the 16th century Protestant Reformation: the Belgic Confession of Faith. This Confession is one of the “Three Forms of Unity” (Heidelberg Catechism, Belgic Confession of Faith, and the Canons of […]

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