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On addressing the polemics of cessationists

To condone the use of strong language on his sites, chookwatcher recycles a piece by Conrad Mbewe, who advocates the use of polemics to decry poor doctrine. 1,936 more words


R. C. Sproul: Undervaluing Pentecost

Additional resource: R. C. Sproul: The Baptism of the Holy Spirit – devotional

“For in one Spirit we were all baptized into one body—Jews or Greeks, slaves or free—and all were made to drink of one Spirit” (v. 

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Cease or Persist? A Debate

In October of 2013 John MacArthur hosted the Strange Fire Conference (followed quickly with the publication of a book by the same name). This re-ignited a serious debate among biblical Christians, one that split people within certain denominations and theological traditions while also uniting people of diverse denominations and theological traditions with one another. 111 more words

The Church

Sin Offering Discord

Q. Aaron’s sons Nadab and Abihu offered unauthorized fire before the Lord, and were consumed by fire before God. Their brothers Eleazar and Ithamar offered a sin offering but did not eat it. 424 more words


Coming Near to God: King David's Habit of Genuine Worship

I have heard it said many times, that when we worship God, it does more for us, than it does for Him. Worship reminds us of the goodness and provision of the Lord. 1,203 more words

David's Life

So you think you're a prophet?: Calvin on Revelation

One of the pressing issues within the contemporary charismatic movement is the understanding and practice of prophecy. Direct, Divine Revelation is considered to be the norm. 160 more words

Nathan Busenitz: Strange Fire "The Gift of Tongues"

Great lecture about the gift of tounges. Nathan Busenitz provides historic and biblical proof to show what the true meaning of the gift is and why this gift has ceased. 45 more words