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Paul Washer and Repentance

I’ve been listening to Paul Washer for a few minutes. A friend of mine listens to him regularly. I haven’t really wanted to, mostly because I had heard his style while overhearing others listening to him.. I hadn’t really heard … Continue reading

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Teachings That Must Not Be Lost: Baptism

The issue of baptism is important in and of itself, but as a topic it is the gold standard for exposing how bizarre our modern approach to the Scriptures is. I will show you that there is no legitimate alternative … Continue reading

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The Sinner’s Prayer & the Gospel

The “Sinner’s Prayer” has come up a lot for me lately. On Sunday, I was in a “Life Group,” which the other, more long-term members do not hesitate to call Sunday school. We’re going through a book on prayer, and … Continue reading

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Baptism and the Sinner’s Prayer

This is a response I just sent to someone. There’s nothing personal in it, so I wanted to post this here. I hope there’s something helpful in it: The thing that helped me most with baptism was comparing it to … Continue reading

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