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The Importance of the New Testament in Modern Ministry

GIVING LOGICAL PRIORITY TO THE NEW TESTAMENT Tom Wells writes: “The large amount of baggage (presuppositions) that any of us bring to the Scriptures depends in a large measure on which part of Scripture we, subconsciously no doubt, read first, … Continue reading

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Strict Adherance to Creeds May Foster (not Prevent) Doctrinal Impurity

PRESSSURE TO CONFORM DESTROYS THE PURITY OF THE CHURCH Over the last couple of years I have come to see how denomination’s rigid adherence to peripheral doctrines in their selection of leadership has proven detrimental to the church’s overall doctrinal … Continue reading

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Bread or the Gospel? Priorities in Ministry

One hallmark of many mainline churches is their social activism.  Some would say that political liberation for many in the mainline has taken precedence over spiritual salvation.  Sin, which traditionally has been viewed as a personal offense committed against a … Continue reading

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One Reason Why Preaching from the Bible is An Indispensable Piece of Fruitful Gospel Ministry

As I was working on something today a simple question presented itself to me: “Why is it that so many large, growing, churches in the Bible belt today (and other places) have a large number of faithful members who know … Continue reading

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