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April 2007

Four Ways The Gospel is Spoiled

Over at Old, this great little article on the gospel is something that is important to grasp: Quoting JC Ryle . . . But we do say confidently, that there are many ways in which the faith of Christ may be marred and spoiled, without being positively denied. And here we venture to think is the very reason that so much religion called Christian, is not truly Evangelical. The Gospel in fact is a most curiously and delicately compounded medicine, and a medicine that is very easily spoiled. Here are four ways to spoil the Gospel. You may spoil

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Iraq and the Democrats

From this it looks like that the Demoncrats cannot get away with rewritting their own history: see also

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Banned Church Planting Video – "A Good Soldier"

It seems that people today cannot dialogue about differet philosophy of ministries and doctrines without castigating the other side into someone who is hurting the cause of either the church or of truth without even having a conversation with or reading the actual circumstancial report or quote. Reciently, Bill Hybels has castigated Mark Driscol publicly after viewing Driscoll on video at the National New Church Conference for his complementarian view and his orthodox understanding of church planting. He basically didn’t like Driscoll’s male-centered approach to church planting and let that be known from the platform. That resulted in Acts 29

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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

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Why do Christians Disagree about the Bible?

“Good men have been disagreeing about that for centuries”; have you ever heard that? This clip demonstrates a key reason why this happens. When “good men disagree” it does not necessarily mean that the answer can’t be known. see also

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Context is Key in Bible Interpretation

An excerpt from the video series The Sovereignty of God. Demonstrates how 2 Peter 3:9, which is often used as a proof text against Calvinism, actually helps to prove Calvinism instead. see also

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Bible Study is Hard Work

Proper biblical interpretation is not something mystical, it takes time and effort. This clip from asks whether you are willing to invest the effort needed to be a workman approved by God. Here is another good video from Cross TV: see also

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Glenn Leatherman

I am first of all a disciple and follower of Jesus Christ. I affirm Evangelical Christian beliefs as well as  Gospel driven in philosophy of ministry. I am married to Ann and am raising 2 wonderful boys – Jonathan and Andrew. My purpose is to build disciplemaking disciples that are becoming fishers of men in fully displaying of God’s Glory in all things. Learn more

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