Monthly Archives: March 2021

Are the 10 Commandments Upheld in the New Testament?

Are all of the TEN COMMANDMENTS upheld in the New Testament? The answer is yes, most definitely. To prove this, consider what Jesus Christ taught concerning the commandments and see the chart at the bottom showing where each of the 10 Commandments is addressed in … Continue reading

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Eskatologie deur Gerhard Ebeling

Artikel deur: Ignatius W.C. van Wyk (Department of Church History, University of Pretoria, South Africa – http://www.scielo.org.za/pdf/hts/v72n4/93.pdf) This article presents the eschatology of the German theologian Gerhard Ebeling (1912–2001). Concentration falls on his views on death and life after death. … Continue reading

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Peter’s First Letter to Christians in a Pagan Society – 12 (“The Resurrection Triumph”)

  SCRIPTURE READING 1 Pet 3:19-22 ‘’ 19 in which[a] he went and proclaimed[b] to the spirits in prison, 20 because[c] they formerly did not obey, when God’s patience waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was being prepared, in which a few, that is, eight persons, were … Continue reading

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Why You Should Read the Book of Numbers

Years ago, I taught a class at my church in which I planned to teach though one book of the Bible. My first choice: the book of Numbers. Some people mistook this as a joke: Who would actually prefer to … Continue reading

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Evangelism & The Sovereignty of God

  There has been a good bit of talk in the blogosphere over the past couple of weeks about the election of a new President of the Southern Baptist Convention. As you no-doubt know, there are many who have been … Continue reading

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Calvinism and Evangelism

One of the joyful challenges I face in maintaining this blog is answering the questions of Christians who are wrestling with issues related to Reformed theology. I receive many questions from people who are new to the doctrines of grace … Continue reading

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Evangelism – The Chief End of Man?

  I want to take a little break today from our regularly-scheduled programming (a series about profanity) to discuss something that has been on my mind a lot over the past few days. It stems from a few things I’ve … Continue reading

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