DANGER AHEAD: Proceed with Caution

Earlier this year, I wrote two articles (Roman Catholics: Mission Field or Family? and Roman Catholicism: Doctrines of Error) outlining some of the major differences between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. We covered much of the teachings of the Catholic Church by using their own writings and then compared them to Scripture. The undeniable conclusion is that there... Continue Reading →

Justified By (______)

JUSTIFICATION. What is it? Where does it come from? It's a doctrine that has divided the Church for roughly 500 years and has been an ongoing issue for even longer. It isn’t a subject that can be brushed to the wayside or compromised on. It is a matter of extreme importance and we all need... Continue Reading →

Theonomy No More

THEONOMY. Perhaps there is no word more beautifully deceptive than this. Literally meaning God's Law (theos: God, nomos: law), it sets forth the proposition that our civil magistrates must adhere to God's standard and that our earthly laws should reflect His moral law. Keeping this in mind, it's easy to see how the Christian might... Continue Reading →

Litmus Test for Dummies

I had a vivid dream. I was helping a man fix his car on the side of the road when I accidentally kicked a bolt. I watched as it fell over the side of the cliff into a deep chasm. Feeling responsible, I began my journey of descent into the nether regions of the Earth.... Continue Reading →

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