Tag: Doctrinal differences

After I preached, an Arminian promotes his man-centered heresies – the acceptance Gospel, & the false deity of ‘me, myself, and I: Semper Reformanda!

After distributing the tracts I preached thru the Law (all Ten Commandments), the Gospel, and then from the Text for today (which was Hebrews 4:14-16). During the Q&A the man seen in the beginning clip inserted his man-made man-centered heresies (a free-will acceptance Gospel that alleges man can save himself by “accepting Jesus”). Interestingly he

Dr. Steven Lawson’s sermon preached at the 2019 G3 Conference – Session 16 (how did such a wonderful sermon end so tragically?)

We live in a time when a majority of professing Christians, and local churches from all denominations, have devalued Biblical masculine preaching. Instead they prefer sermonettes, gentle sharing, a soft tone, mutually cooperative debates, casual conversationalism, and/or the use of other methods that are only secondary to true bold preaching (or methods that shouldn’t be

Don’t Let Your Doctrine Lead You Away From Christ, by Tim Conway

When I saw the title of this video I was taken back, but I’m glad I watched it. Though the Doctrines of grace and other essential Doctrines are nonnegotiable, and we must unequivocally defend them. But to do so without God the Father, and/or Christ being “thee focal point,” frankly it is sin. In Revelation