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If the leadership of your church does not vocally, openly, and staunchly oppose the theology presented by “The Shack,” you need to find a new church. It is really that simple. If they cannot spot the heresy in this book, they are not qualified to protect the flock from false doctrine – not in the least.
They are not shepherds, they are hirelings who are more than willing to open the gate and let the wolves come in and ravage the flock. Don’t walk, RUN from that place!
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In part one of this series, I briefly examined some of the details of the Gospel accounts that are difficult to harmonize and provided a framework for viewing differences between the Gospel accounts. Now, we must address the question of whether or not the Gospels...read more
Introduction Anyone who has read through the gospels can see that there are differences between them. Matthew does not read the same as Mark, and Mark is very different from Luke. John is the most unique of the four gospels. Matthew, Mark, and Luke are called “The...read more
What does it mean that Christ was tempted in all things as we are? Was it possible for Christ to sin? If not, how is it that He was genuinely tempted? An exposition of Hebrews 4:15 looking at Christ’s sympathy, temptation, and sinlessness.
Paul comes back to his meeting in Macedonia with Titus, a subject he diverged from in chapter 2. He is comforted by the excellent response the Corinthians had to the “Severe Letter”. They had repented to salvation, and he lets them know about his joy over their obedience. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 7:1-9.
The word “foreknowledge” comes from the Greek word “proginosko” which literally means; ‘to know beforehand or to determine beforehand’. | Download lesson notes.