Why Chuck Smith and Calvary Chapel Produce So Many Calvinists (James White)

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Quote from "A Form of Sound Words" by Charles Spurgeon

Charles Surgeon: Form of Sound Words, p. 634-636 “In the first place, every deviation from truth is a sin. It is not simply a sin for me to do a wrong act, but it is a sin for me to believe a wrong doctrine. Lately our ministers have absolved us all from obeying God in our judgments; they have told us point blank, (many of them, in their drawing-rooms, and some of them in the pulpit) that we shall never be asked in the day of judgment what we believed. We have been told that for our actions we shall be responsible, but for our faith we shall be irresponsible (or something very much like it). They have told us plainly, that the God who made us, although He has authority over our hands, our feet, our eyes, and our lips, hath but little authroity over our judgment; they have told us, that if we make ver such bluders in divinity, they are no sins, so long as we can live right lives! But is that true? No: the whole man is bound to serve God; and if God gives me a judgment (i.e.: … [Read more...]

Mohler’s Seminary Report on truth and Sound Doctrine

Here Dr. Molher give a great inspirational and sound understanding of the importance of truth and sound theology in a Seminary Setting. He also faithfly explains that the 2000 BF&M is the minimum standard of beliefs but not a complete standard from which to make policy decisions. View this following video and see what you think:see also www.disciplemaking.net … [Read more...]

Is Unity Without Truth Possible?

"Fuzzy truth" is often preferred as a means of providing supposed unity. The idea is, stay with broad general definitions of terms, so that the maximum number of Christians will feel comfortable with each other's beliefs. But is this true unity? And which is more important, truth or unity?see also www.disciplemaking.net … [Read more...]