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The Reality of Spiritual Warfare - Orthodoxy vs. Heresy (Mark 1:21-28)

Charismatics often look to passages such as this in order to justify elaborate theories, really speculations, about how a Christian minister ought to cast out a demon. 362 more words


The 5 Solas

The Reformation: Post Tenebras Lux

Post Tenebras Lux – this was the Latin phrase that became the rallying cry of the Reformation.  Its meaning:

“After the Darkness, Light”

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Christian Theology

John McArthur On The Lordship Salvation Controversy

The person who brought the Lordship Salvation controversy to the fore-front of evangelical theology was John MacArthur with the publication of his book The Gospel According to Jesus… 339 more words

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Historic Premillennialism By Wick Broomall

Wick Broomall, a Presbyterian professor and theologian has a section in his book The Bible And The Future on Dispensational vs. Historic Premillennialism.  He provides an interesting chart comparing the differences between these two viewpoints.  20 more words

The Bible

BLC 87-90: The Use of the Moral Law

In this section of the Baptist Larger Catechism, we continue our discussion on Ch. 19 in the 1689 London Baptist Confession on the moral law. 440 more words

Confessing Baptist

The Benefits of Believing in Predestination

Yesterday in our mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination we took a look at how Calvin responded to some objections to his doctrine of predestination. 301 more words


The Divine and Human in the Bible By B. B. Warfield

Another article by B. B. Warfield on the inspiration of the Bible.  In the article Warfield discusses both the Divine and the human elements in the Bible:


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