Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Thursday, September 15, 2022

Thursday, September 1, 2022

“If It’s New, It’s Not True”

John Williams gives a response to the strawman argument, “If It’s New, It’s Not True.” From the 2022 ISBH webinar on strawman arguments against dispensationalism.

Tuesday, August 30, 2022

Understanding Change Allowing Counseling

An important discussion. See also my post HERE

Rosaria Butterfield and Dr. Andre Van Mol discuss how Christians should think about what is commonly referred to as "reparative therapy."

Monday, August 22, 2022

Richard Baxter on God’s Love

Richard Baxter on God’s Love for the saints: Baxter (1615 – 1691) is well known for his monumental work “The Saints’ Everlasting Rest.” This work was a product of the turmoil the Puritan experienced throughout his life.

There was civil war and disease. Some 868,000 people died through battle and disease over three countries. At one point, Baxter, who was a chaplain for the Parliamentary forces, walked through a field where he saw “about a thousand dead bodies” and perhaps many more buried there. On top of all this, the frail Baxter was plagued with infirmities and was imprisoned. He was a man who lived under the expectation of death. Nevertheless, he comforted himself with the truth of heaven and God’s everlasting love for the saint...keep reading

See also: How did the apostles endure persecution?

Friday, August 5, 2022