Monthly Archives: January 2007

Behind a Frowning Providence

Proverbs 3:5-6: 5 Trust in the Lord with all your heart And do not lean on your own understanding. 6 In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will make your paths straight. It is a good thing that none … Continue reading

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Theology, Like my Coffee

It’s just that simple – I like my theology like I like a good cup of coffee: strong and undiluted. That’s right, I’ll take a strong shot of sound doctrine over much of the watery preaching of today. Frankly speaking, … Continue reading

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As I have three writing projects that have yet to be completed, along with the regular privileges of pastoral ministry, I have chosen to suspend, temporarily, the comments to The Armoury. As it is, 98% of the readers of The … Continue reading

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America’s Altar to the Unknown Jesus, Part II

Proclaiming the Gospel in the Wasteland of America’s Religious Culture In the last post (America’s Altar to the Unknown Jesus) I addressed the need that we all have to proclaim the Gospel with some awareness of the people with whom … Continue reading

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America’s Altar to the Unknown Jesus

Acts Chapters 13 & 17: Two Distinct Audiences – One Uncompromising MessageSee also – America’s Altar to the Unknown Jesus, Part II Last Lord’s day, our church began a comparative study of Paul‘s Gospel presentations in Acts chapters 13 and … Continue reading

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Cursed for the Lost

Shall we believe in God‘s absolute sovereignty OR…in man’s free agency? Actually, this isn’t a valid question but it is the query that most people come to based upon their own flawed human reasoning as if we had to choose … Continue reading

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The “Problem” with Christianity

In the eyes of the world, Christianity has a problem – a very serious problem. This perceived problem is that biblical Christianity is not inclusive with respect to other “faiths.” In fact, the Lord Jesus Christ provides us with an … Continue reading

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