Author Archives: Kobus van der Walt

John the Baptist (“Messenger of the New Covenant – 02”)

John the Baptist (“Messenger of the New Covenant – 02”) [Message: Kobus van der Walt (Three Rivers Baptist Church – 03 December 2017)] 1. SCRIPTURE READING: Matthew 3:1-12 (ESV) ~ “In those days John the Baptist came preaching in the … Continue reading

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Reformed Theology Vs. Hyper-Calvinism

Reformed Theology Vs. Hyper-Calvinism by Michael Horton Before the average believer today learns what Reformed theology (i.e., Calvinism) actually is, he first usually has to learn what it’s not. Often, detractors define Reformed theology not according to what it actually … Continue reading

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Did Jesus Die of “Natural Causes”?

Did Jesus Die of “Natural Causes”? by Dr. Paul M. Elliott We can become so focused on the gory details of Roman crucifixion that we obscure this tremendous truth: Jesus’ death was a supernatural event. Extra-Biblical Speculation When I was … Continue reading

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John the Baptist (“Messenger of the New Covenant – 01”)

John the Baptist (“Messenger of the New Covenant – 01”) [Message: Kobus van der Walt (Three Rivers Baptist Church – 03 December 2017)] 1. SCRIPTURE READING: Matthew 3:1-9 (ESV) ~ “In those days John the Baptist came preaching in the … Continue reading

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Why I Am Not Dispensational

Why I Am Not Dispensational By Tim Challies As you know, I am well into a series that tells what I believe by discussing the things I do not believe. To this point I have told why I am not … Continue reading

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We are NOT Dispensationalists

“John MacArthur on Calvinism, Dispensationalism, Israel and Hermeneutics: A Few Comments” In April 2007, I (Kim Riddlebarger – see bottom – more about author) made my way through Dr. MacArthur’s controversial lecture, “Why Every Self-Respecting Calvinist Is a Premillennialist” (given … Continue reading

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Five Christian Clichés that Need to Die

5 Christian Clichés that Need to Die Matt Smethurst “Books don’t change people,” John Piper observes. “Paragraphs do. Sometimes even sentences.” A good sentence is a gift. We love finding complex truth shrink-wrapped in clear, simple, memorable form. It’s why Charles … Continue reading

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Wat sê die Bybel oor “Bloedlynvloeke”

Wat sê die Bybel oor “Bloedlynvloeke” Deur IVOR JEFFERIES (Baptistekerk Kemptonpark)  (BAPTISTEKERKKEMPTONPARK IN BELYDENIS EN BEKERING,VLOEKE) In April 2012 het ek ‘n artikel oor “Bloedlynvloeke” geskryf en dit op die internet geplaas.[1]  Oor die afgelope vyf jaar was daar byna 7000 mense wat … Continue reading

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How reliable can we reconstruct the New Testament?

How reliable can we reconstruct the New Testament? When one wants to consider the reliability of any ancient document, three aspects need to be looked at. 1.) How short the time span is between the actual event and the date … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean to Confess Your Sins? (Part two of a series)

What Does It Mean to Confess Your Sins? By Dr. Paul M. Elliott (From the TeachingtheWord Bible Knowledgebase) Part two of a series. It means to say the same thing God says about your sins – not what Rome says. … Continue reading

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