February 5, 2016
A man who relishes controversy and religious strife is surely not a spiritual man. But what of a man who refuses controversy and religious strife? J. C. Ryle comments:
February 4, 2016
An important principle of the Word of God is separation from doctrinal and ecclesiastical compromise and from unrighteous lifestyles and practices. Yet we are inundated with publications and ministries that insist that we must attract people, especially young people, by appealing to contemporary desires. Paul’s statement “I am made all things to all men, that I might by all means save some” (1 Cor. 9:22) is cited as justification for the methods and practices in many modern churches.
February 3, 2016
Reviewed by Don Johnson
BJU Press recently released Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption, a new textbook for Christian schools. It’s intended audience is the twelfth grade and would be taught in a Bible or Religion classroom. The writing is geared for the high school level and often touches on such subjects as “What will you do with your life (now that you have this information)?” Those of us who approach the subject many years removed from high school may find these references nostalgic.
February 2, 2016
A Christianity Today article entitled, “From Antichrist to Brother in Christ: How Protestant Pastors View the Pope,” (September 25, 2015) reveals a large percentage of Protestant pastors who no longer protest against the Roman Catholics. A more positive view of Romanism is prevailing among protestants and even among more conservative evangelicals. It is startling to see these numbers as reported from a survey done by the Nashville-based LifeWay Research.
February 1, 2016
Unfortunately, due to inclement weather, we have had to cancel this fellowship meeting. More details here.