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    Malcom Smith Ministries

    Does anyone know about Malcom Smith ministries here on the PB?

    http://www.malcolmsmith.org/home.asp

    Just wondering what some thought of him. Does anyone know if he is reformed?

    thanks, Scott Shahan
    Scott Shahan
    Member of First Evangelical Free Church, EFCA
    firstfreesf.org
    Sioux Falls, SD

    Better is the sin which humbles me, than that duty which makes me proud.
    Thomas Watson

  2. I used to love his radio broadcast. He used to be on here in DFW, but that was many moons ago. I always thought he was a decent teacher. But i don't know exactly what he believes.
    Sean Jones
    Covenant Presbyterian Church OPC
    Fort Worth Texas

    Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the Word of Truth.
    2Timothy 2:15

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    How do I find out about what he believes? I have friends that listen to him, they said that he is from England originally and that he sat under Marytn Loyd Jones at one time.
    Scott Shahan
    Member of First Evangelical Free Church, EFCA
    firstfreesf.org
    Sioux Falls, SD

    Better is the sin which humbles me, than that duty which makes me proud.
    Thomas Watson

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    What does he mean by making the doctrine of Election a corperate thing?
    Scott Shahan
    Member of First Evangelical Free Church, EFCA
    firstfreesf.org
    Sioux Falls, SD

    Better is the sin which humbles me, than that duty which makes me proud.
    Thomas Watson

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