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Historic Protestantism is different from evangelicalism in its current incarnation. But is historic Protestantism really Catholicism without a Pope and a Mass? by William Smith This is a time in the history of the church when to speak the language of historic Protestantism is to sound suspiciously like a Roman Catholic I believe that, if […]

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Date July 14, 2003
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Postmodern believers want to use all of their senses, stressed Hall. They want smells and bells. They want to see icons and statues, as well as drama and digital clips from movies. They look for God in nature, as well as scripture. Geoff Thomas writes, "I am a Celt, born and bred in Wales. We […]

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Date July 14, 2003
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The great danger the church faces today is the separation of our theology from our practice or the viewing of the Bible as somehow separate from theology by Dr Robert Godfrey In Taylors, South Carolina on March 11, 2OO3, at the Greenville Seminary Conference on Worship, Robert Godfrey, President of Westminster Theological Seminary in California, […]

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Date July 14, 2003
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What are we to make of this all? We should understand that the wonders of all creation manifest the glory of God by William Harrell The Lord tells us not to despise the day of small things, for they are always connected to greater things. Our family is currently going through some pain and perplexity. […]

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Date July 10, 2003
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by Phyllis Hunt, C.S.S.M. 1955. GENESIS tells how it all began The world, redemption, sin and man. In EXODUS we plainly see How God can set His people free. LEVITICUS shows the way to God Only through sacrifice and blood. In NUMBERS the tribes in order stand – Ready to take the promised land In […]

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Date July 10, 2003
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Every species of cockney was abroad in the dark and dingy-looking streets, all walking with their heads stuck forwards, their noses turned up, their shins pointing down, their knee joints shaking, as they shuffled along with a gait perfectly ludicrous but indescribable by Geoff Thomas Francis Parkman is best known for his account of "The […]

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Date July 10, 2003
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Let us make this, then, our first goal – to see God as He really is – and as He is revealed to us in His Word; and to see and understand not just the truth of His Sovereignty but the many, many truths He has revealed about Himself. by SAM DOHERTY, Northern Ireland If […]

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Date June 21, 2003
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The gospel which these men believed and preached and whose praises they sang so theologically, so experimentally, and so warmly, is the same gospel which our land cries out for again, and will remain restless and in darkness until its truth dawns with power upon the mind and sets the soul right for eternity. by […]

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Date June 21, 2003
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We are to preach the Word, and if we do it properly, there will be a call to a decision that comes in the message, and then we leave it to the Spirit to act upon people Early in the 1970s Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones was the speaker at a ministers’ conference in the USA and […]

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Date June 21, 2003
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The glory of God is all that God is, it is the outshining of his glorious attributes. Of this glory we are "joint heirs with Christ" by Ian Hamilton Is it not to our great shame that we live such pedestrian lives when we are a people with an unspeakably glorious destiny? Perhaps you don’t […]

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Date June 13, 2003
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Jesus rejects the worship of the Pharisees saying their worship was futile because they were teaching their doctrines rather than God’s doctrines. They were worshiping according to their will rather than according to His will. In Taylors, South Carolina on March 11th 2003, the Rev. Mr. Terry Johnson, Senior Minister at Independent Presbyterian Church in […]

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Date June 13, 2003
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Tonight we are going to observe the New Covenant counterpart of the Old Covenant Passover. We are going to celebrate the Lord’s Supper. This morning I want to answer the question, "What does this mean?" by William Smith You may have heard the story of the little Catholic boy who accompanied his Protestant friend to […]

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Date June 13, 2003
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God’s sovereignty means He does what He wants to do, when He wants to do it and without having to give an explanation for why He did it. Most of our church members give verbal assent to the sovereignty of God, even agreeing with this definition. by Roger Ellsworth Every pastor knows the difficulty of […]

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Date June 7, 2003
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In order to fulfill our call, each May, Passaggio holds a national conference where more then 200 of evangelicals from the North join together to hear the Word of God. by Andrea Artioli As you know Italy has never been touched by Reformation because the Catholic Church killed all our reformers during the 16th cent. […]

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Date June 7, 2003
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Calvinism isn’t a produce stand from which we can pick and choose which doctrines we wish to keep and pass over the rest in a sort of hermeneutical reprobation. Calvinism is an interwoven system of theology which must be accepted or rejected as a whole. I can still remember the relief I felt when I, […]

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Date June 7, 2003
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