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Appendix VI: Jesus’ Justice, OT Slavery, and the Christian’s Warfare

The following articles have been written as a form of extended appendices for Jesus’ Justice –Appendix V: Jesus’ Justice, Racial Bigotry, and R. L. Dabney Appendix VI: Jesus’ Justice, OT Slavery, and the Christian’s Warfare In my previous post, Appendix … Continue reading

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Appendix V: Jesus’ Justice, Racial Bigotry, and R. L. Dabney

The following articles have been written as a form of extended appendices for Jesus’ Justice – Appendix V: Jesus’ Justice, Racial Bigotry, and R. L. Dabney Appendix VI: Jesus’ Justice, OT Slavery, and the Christian’s Warfare The contents of my … Continue reading

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Isaac Watts: Trinitarian or Unitarian?

I was recently made aware of various questions and concerns regarding Isaac Watts’ views of the Trinity. The charge that is most commonly circulated is that Watts, the man who is often called the “father of English hymnody,” is said … Continue reading

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500th Anniversary of the Reformation

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we are introducing a new book entitled, Internet Inferno for just $0.99 in addition to 5 Kindle books for free from Sunday October 29th to Tuesday October 31st: Here are the … Continue reading

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Internet Inferno – Coming November 3rd, 2017

Internet InfernoA Contemporary Warning and Reminder Regarding this Ancient Truth – “The Tongue is a Fire, the Very World of Iniquity, and is Set on Fire by Hell” James 3:6 While the Internet is a helpful tool in many ways, … Continue reading

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The Nashville Statement: Why I Didn’t Sign

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Some Thoughts on Brannon Howse, Janet Mefferd, & James White

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Presidential Elections & the Danger of Pastoral Endorsements

Every election cycle I find myself reconsidering several scriptural principles that offer crucial insight regarding our freedom and right to vote. Amidst this confounding election season, the intensity of this review has grown steadily each and every day: 1. The … Continue reading

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Free Excerpt from the book: Indeed, Has Paul Really Said?

Indeed, Has Paul Really Said? Appendix, Part 5 (excerpt) Though this section is the last in the series, it is a response to Wright’s first critique of my original manuscript. I have chosen to save this matter for the conclusion … Continue reading

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In Memory of Justice Antonin Gregory Scalia

I know precious little about the now deceased Antonin Gregory Scalia, but it was quite apparent that during his life he held fast to the dignity of human life, the importance of the institution of marriage, as well as the … Continue reading

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