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In Defense of Christian Liberty - 1

Alcohol

Food

Entertainment

Money

What is written below is in response to another pastor within my community publicly condemning his congregation for exercising their liberty to drink alcohol in public or private – just so you know the context. 1,721 more words

Romans 14:1-23: You with More Freedom of Conscience, Honor the More Restrictive Consciences of Your Brethren

In this passage, Paul commands Christians who have more informed consciences to accept those who have more sensitive consciences. The one who has a weak faith is the one with a more sensitive conscience, and Paul commands those who are stronger in faith to accept him. 533 more words

Bible Study

Relating to One Another in Christian Liberty from Romans 14:1 - 15:7

A part of the lyrics of the song, “Let it Go” (from the movie Frozen) goes like this:
It’s funny how some distance
Makes everything seem small… 722 more words

Christian Living

Doctrine and Life

The two most important things in our holy religion are the life of faith and the walk of faith.  He who shall rightly understand these is not far from being a master in experiential theology, for they are vital points to a Christian.   311 more words

Charles Haddon Spurgeon

A Little Time With The 1689: Day 259

Day 259

Of Christian Liberty and Liberty of Conscience.

Chapter 21, Paragraph 3.

“They who upon pretence of Christian Liberty do practice any sin, or cherish any sinful lust; as they do thereby pervert the main design of the Grace of the Gospel, to their own Destruction; so they wholly destroy the end of… 334 more words

Reformed Baptist

A Little Time With The 1689: Day 259

Day 259

Of Christian Liberty and Liberty of Conscience.

Chapter 21, Paragraph 3.

“They who upon pretence of Christian Liberty do practice any sin, or cherish any sinful lust; as they do thereby pervert the main design of the Grace of the Gospel, to their own Destruction; so they wholly destroy the end of… 337 more words

A Little Time With The 1689: Day 258

Day 258

Of Christian Liberty and Liberty of Conscience.

Chapter 21, Paragraph 2.

“….So that to Believe such Doctrines, or obey such Commands out of Conscience, is to betray true liberty of Conscience; and the requiring of an implicit Faith, and absolute and blind Obedience, is to destroy Liberty of Conscience, and Reason also.” 444 more words

Reformed Baptist