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Thomas Sullivan – Puritan Counsels on Spiritual Depression Interview on "Iron Sharpens Iron" Radio

Thomas Sullivan – Puritan Counsels on Spiritual Depression Interview on “Iron Sharpens Iron” Radio

Thomas Sullivan of Puritan Reformed Audiobooks is a guest on Chris Arnzen’s Iron Sharpens Iron radio show, talking about 32 years of narrating and Puritan counsels for persons in a state of spiritual depression. 33 more words

Less than a tithe

WE USUALLY don’t answer the doorbell because it’s often passing kids goofing around or someone selling something we don’t want. And it’s almost a two-block round trip from inside the house to the front gate and back. 513 more words

Mexico

Fuller and the Atonement (Part 4): Limited Atonement and Free Offer

Tom Nettles

Editorial note: This is the seventh post in a series on Andrew Fuller’s theology. Here is the series so far: Fuller the Non-Calvinist? 135 more words

Calvinism

John Smyth

1570-1612

The earliest General Baptist Church was thought to be founded about 1608 or 1609. Its chief founder was John Smyth and it was located in Holland. 406 more words

Church History

Tithing

Tithing keeps people in bondage. Many so-called pastors will teach that New Testament believers are required to pay at least 10 percent of their income to the Lord or they will suffer a curse from God; they’re told they’re robbing God, as if we are the Old Testament nation of Israel under the Mosaic Law. 2,375 more words

Doctrine

Presbyterian Polity 201

Presbyterian polity 101 is rule by elders.

201 is living in submission to the rule of elders within a communion’s assemblies unless a member or officer appeals the rules. 295 more words

Modern Church

No Tears in Heaven! - Charles Spurgeon Sermon

No Tears in Heaven! – Charles Spurgeon Sermon

Revelation 7:17 For the Lamb at the center of the throne
will be their shepherd;
‘he will lead them to springs of living water.’ 249 more words