No worries, Mrs. Graham-Lotz. Disappearing people, crashing planes, trains and cars, will be the LEAST of man’s problems on that day. Because that DAY is JUDGMENT DAY.
the New Testament knows nothing of multi-site congregations, but only of congregations in the fullest sense (led by pastors, elders, and deacons). These congregations are not independent, but they are also not hierarchically governed even by one pastor on-site, but by pastors and elders together. And each of these local churches is accountable not hierarchically to the pastor-bishop of another church, but mutually and covenantally to each other.
A dream come true. This is what many Filipino Christians have waited for a long time after they have come to love the White Horse Inn online podcasts, knowing that many of their brethren in the provinces don’t have the luxury of the Internet.
Dr. Michael Horton, in the latest White Horse Inn broadcast (“Christianity Confronts Islam”) on November 29, 2009, interviewed Muslim scholar and former professor of Shari’ah law Sam Solomon, who had to flee his own country after his conversion to Christianity.
This is the response of 53 percent of evangelicals surveyed during a recent Franklin Graham crusade, according to an informal White Horse Inn poll. Here are some other interesting results.
I’m pleased to announce a new website called “Reformation Philippines” at this address:
This is an offshoot of our desire to set up a new website for the coming 2010 Conference on Theology.
“Jesus in MY heart, MY being born again, MY moral transformation, what happens inside of ME, MY sanctification, MY experience.” This “gospel” is that of the medieval Roman church.
“As a result, many American pastors, missionaries, and evangelists today may know more about their target market than they do about the ‘one Lord, one faith, and one baptism’ that they share with the prophets and the apostles, the church fathers and reformers, or their brothers and sisters in China, Malawi, and Russia.” – Dr. Michael Horton, Modern Reformation Magazine, Jan/Feb 2009.