A refutation of the doctrines of Witness Lee and Watchman Nee.
The Puritan Board
CBS has decided, apparently, that it's time to mock the Christians again. A new sitcom, "Living Biblically," will be debuting soon on the network.
Judging by the ads (which are all that is available, so far), it doesn't look promising.
Funny how they're not airing a sitcom called "Living Islamically."
In reading a Reformed author today (published by P&R), I am struck by this quote:
"...except for Scripture itself, every system of thought is in need of further development. Nothing is a finished product."
And as John Frame has commented: "...I don't believe that Reformed theology is the last word..." (paraphrase). Noted that Frame is thoroughly Reformed and confessional while saying...
In light of some recent discussion on singing in worship, I share this verse I came by. Apologies if it has already been mentioned:
2 Chronicles 36:25
"And Jeremiah lamented for Josiah: and all the singing men and singing women spake of Josiah in their lamentations to this day, and made them an ordinance in Israel: and, behold, they are written in the lamentations."
Do you believe that a specific view of eschatology will affect how the christian lives his or her life? For example, the difference between Dispensationalism and Postmillennialism.
If so, why do you think this is so?
Considering we all agree on Jesus' return. So eschatology matters, but how does what we believe in eschatology affect our entire lives in the way we live for christ, or...
If Nancy Pelosi was a member of your congregation would you discipline her because of her views on abortion and her position in congress?
Of course this is assuming she became a member without one knowing her beliefs in this area, and this question pertains to Mr. White and that situation.
So, how would you advise someone who faithfully tithes their income all year, but wants to use the 10 percent they get back on their taxes, to put aside for doing good works for people in the church throughout the year? For buying gifts, making dinner for people, acts of mercy, etc.
Keep in mind though, they regularly tithe out of their paycheck. Could you say this is wrong?
While I've never been offered a job as a government spy, I know some who are in "Intelligence", and I wonder, given the 9th commandment, how I am to regard those who must dissemble in service of their country. Could a Christian be a secret agent? Reading history, it seems that the gathering of information by deceptive means is a huge part of battles won or lost, and I wonder: "would God...
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