Monthly Archives: April 2010

1 Corinthians 3 and Works Burned Up By Fire

If you practice drunkenness, adultery, division, envy, greed, selfish ambitions and such things, then you will not be saved so as through fire, you will be told by Christ that he does not know you. Continue reading

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A Quick Overview of Salvation

Describing salvation in this way terrifies Evangelicals. I was going to say it stumbles them, but that’s not true. Their own doctrine stumbles them and causes the majority of them to be unsaved. Continue reading

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Judgment & Eternal Life

A comment was left on my last post about the judgment. A decent answer is far too long to leave as a comment, so here’s my response. Please note that rather than quote long sections of her comment and whole … Continue reading

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Judgment

There are not many of Evangelicals who believe the Bible, even though we say we do, so I get a lot of objections to these verses. Continue reading

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Who Really Goes to Hell?

I was stunned today to run across a book today called The Gospel You’ve Never Heard on a web site called Who Really Goes to Hell. I was stunned because he wrote about things I have been teaching for 18 … Continue reading

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Paul’s Letter to the Galatians in Christianity Today

Someone published a list of letters to the editor that they think would be printed if Paul’s letter to the Galatians were published in Christianity Today in modern times. Continue reading

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William T. Snead and the Welsh Revival

Do you think that teaching is what people want in a revival? These people, all the people in a land like ours, are taught to death, preached to insensibility. They all know the essential truths. They know they are not living as they ought to live, and no amount of teaching will add anything to that conviction. Continue reading

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