Archive | June, 2012

On Asking Jesus “Into Your Heart”

June 25, 2012

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I published this article some time ago, but with fresh attention being given to the subject within Southern Baptists circles, I thought I would throw it back up on page one for your consideration.  If you have never stopped to consider this matter, I only ask you to read all the way through and take the time […]

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Time for Twitter Tweeting

June 17, 2012

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Long after the rest of the world signed up, I too have joined the Twitter crowd!  If you are the tweeting type, you are cordially invited to follow along.  I highly doubt it will be a tweet-per-minute affair, and I probably won’t even average a tweet-per-day, but hopefully when I come across a great quote […]

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Is Allah a Just Judge?

June 16, 2012

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According to the Quran, is Allah a just judge?  Please read the following excerpt from the Religion of Islam website before I offer my thoughts on this subject: The Importance of Justice The Quran, the sacred scripture of Islam, considers justice to be a supreme virtue.  It is a basic objective of Islam to the […]

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What Does the Word “Repent” Really Mean?

June 8, 2012

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When John MacArthur teaches that repentance is mandatory for salvation, multitudes of people grow furious and quickly fire off the charge that if one must repent to be forgiven, than salvation is based on works, and so MacArthur’s teaching is heresy.  These accusations aren’t reserved for MacArthur, either.  I have been told on many occasions […]

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A VeggieTale Repentance

June 4, 2012

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It seems as though Phil Vischer, the creator of the VeggieTales animated series, has realized the error of his ways.  I have to be honest, I am really happy to read his reflections regarding the show he created, even though they are a tad bit late.  If you are familiar with Bob, Larry and the […]

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On the Preachers Desire for Approval

June 3, 2012

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A minister who watches for souls as one who expects to give account will have none to please but God. When he studies his sermons, this will not be the inquiry, “How shall I form my discourse so as to please and gratify the humors of men and get their applause?” but “How shall I […]

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