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Why Christians Do Not Respond With Violence

Paul Jenkins

 

“Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse them. If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all.” (Romans 12: 14, 18)

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The Insufficiency of the Theory of Evolution Part 3 – Incompatible with Biblical Teaching

Scott Whynot

The idea that the world has been around for millions of years is not a new concept, nor did it originate with Darwin.  Due to the ‘undisputable’ evidence of an old earth, Christians have been trying to fit this perspective into the teachings of the Bible.  Theistic evolution and gap theory are just a couple of such attempts.

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Does Jesus Teach Calvinism (Total Depravity/Irresistible Grace)?

Scott Whynot

Before looking at the words of Jesus, here are some statements from the Westminster Confession of Faith that I find to be a relevant definition of the calvinistic terms:

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Can a Christian Practice Ramadan?

Paul Jenkins

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Worthless Calvinism

Paul Jenkins

 

By now, we have written several articles supporting Reformed theology, and why you should believe it. But that doesn’t mean that everyone who calls themselves a Calvinist has solid theological grounding.

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Is Homosexuality a Choice?

Scott Whynot

This topic has been the definition of inflammatory over the past while.  Even hint at the fact that you believe homosexuality to be a choice and you’ll be labeled a bigot faster than Terrell Owens can lose his job.

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All Scripture – There is No Such Thing as a Red Letter Christian

Paul Jenkins

 

There is a popular movement amongst certain evangelicals that is referred to as the ‘red letter movement’, or people refer to themselves as a ‘red letter Christian’.

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Paul’s View on Christian Persecution

Scott Whynot

If anyone knows what it’s like to suffer for Christ’s sake, it’s Paul.  Acts 14 tells the story of disbelieving Jews stirring up the crowds against Paul.  In western civilization today, this is usually where Christian suffering starts and ends – with verbal abuse.  Apparently things were different back then.

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All Scripture – The Foolishness of Picking and Choosing

Paul Jenkins

The meaning of the term ‘Evangelical Christian’ has no resemblance today compared to 50 years ago, that is for certain. Now, we have gay Christians, prosperity Christians, social gospel Christians, liberal Christians, republican Christians, extreme Christians, and many more. Underlying the idea of all of these labels is that as long as you ‘believe in Jesus’ you can use the name ‘Christian’. However, all of the other considerations necessary to form a worldview and Christian doctrine are subjective and formed by my own preference.

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The Necessary Doctrine of Limited Atonement

Paul Jenkins

This is a topic that is often the most difficult for someone considering the Reformed perspective.

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