Tag Archives: chris rosebrough

Blood Moons??

April 27, 2015

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This is part one, view part 2 on YouTube by clicking HERE.

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Spotlight On… Podcasts!

August 9, 2012

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From time to time, I try to point others to a particular ministry or resource that I have found to be true to the Word, which is what the “Spotlight On…” series is all about.  This time, I thought I might point y’all to a list of podcasts that, in my opinion, are worthy of […]

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With Rob Bell, does love really win?

March 16, 2011

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Rob Bell has released his latest book, “Love Wins” and I expect it will be one of the more popular books (concerning Christianity) of the year.  The problem is, no matter how hard he tries to camouflage his teachings as being Christian, they are obviously not!  I know this sounds harsh, but if you are […]

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Should the Sun Stand Still??

November 6, 2010

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Steven Furtick recently released his first book, in which he teaches us a “new” way to pray.  Furtick claims that we, like Joshua, can pray prayers that will make the “sun stand still” during the battles of our life.  He states that we are called to an “audacious faith”.  If you have heard of this […]

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the HUGE importance of Context

September 15, 2010

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How important is it to know the context of a verse when it is used in a sermon or teaching? Very important.  Really very important.  Mucho-grande really important.  Without knowing the context (that is, the verses surrounding the one given, and their meaning) of a verse or passage, you have no way of knowing whether […]

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How does Jesus stack up??

August 23, 2010

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I read a great little article over at “Extreme Theology” today.  It is a comparison of how talented and dynamic Jesus was as speaker & leader as compared to all the CEO-type pastors running around these days.  It seems the majority of modern pastors study church growth techniques, acoustics, and the possible needs of potential […]

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Purpose Driven eye-opener

March 24, 2010

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It seems as though Rick Warren’s “Purpose Driven” movement has swept into many, many U.S. churches.  Because of its’ ever increasing popularity, do you think it would be a good idea to take a look into the foundational principles to see if they are Biblical?  I think it would be wise, and apparently, so does […]

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Beth Moore… does she teach the Word?

March 11, 2010

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I have felt uncomfortable with the teachings of Beth Moore for a while now, but have struggled verbalizing why.  By God’s providence, there are teachers out there far more eloquent than me, and Chris Rosebrough is one of them.  He recently did an outstanding job in reviewing a Beth Moore teaching and explaining why her teachings are not […]

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Fishing: Net or Bait??

February 11, 2010

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Click HERE for a great article comparing how modern churches evangelize (go fishing) with what Scripture teaches.  Whether you are the Pastor of a Church or a regular Churchgoer, you need to read this one.  In fact, even if you don’t attend Church and are just plain tired of all the local Churches trying to get you into […]

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The key to it all, Origins of the Emergent church

February 7, 2010

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Click HERE to listen to a terrific interview with Doug Pagitt describing the beginnings of the Emergent Church movement.  Like so many things, once you know how something started, and why,  it becomes much easier to understand how and why operations are carried out today.  Whether you are of Emergent persuasion, are trying to combat Emergent doctrine, you should listen to this […]

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The Jesus who isn’t Good enough… Emergents.

February 6, 2010

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In a recent broadcast, Doug Pagitt, a well known spokesperson for the Emergent Church had something interesting to say.  His guest on the show was Chris Rosebrough (from Pirate Christian Radio) and the  topic was the Gospel message.  Commenting on Rosebrough’s definition of the Gospel (which Rosebrough summarized as repentance and the forgiveness of sins in Jesus name), Pagitt’s […]

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Law & Gospel Parenting

January 3, 2010

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 The Law drives us to God through showing us our sins and the hopelessness of earning salvation.  The Gospel is the good news that the just God who will judge us all has sent His Son to pay the penalty for our breaking of the Law.  This is message at the heart of every good […]

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