Category Archives: Spurgeon

Revival and Theology Part 2


In part one I looked at Apostolic Christianity as the grand example of a revival. I showed then the importance of theology for the early church. In this second part I want to demonstrate the continuingĀ  relationship of theology and … Continue reading

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Repentance: A Missing Dimension in Modern Christianity


The subject of repentance is one of vital importance for our presentation of the gospel, I believe that some of the shallowness in modern Christianity can be linked to a failure to call people to repentance. When we read the … Continue reading

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Predestination: an Incentive to Evangelism


Very often when the topic of evangelism and predestination are considered people think thatĀ  believing in predestination will be a hindrance to evangelism. In this post I will attempt to show that just the opposite should be the case. The … Continue reading

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Revival and Theology Part 2


In part one I looked at Apostolic Christianity as the grand example of a revival. I showed then the importance of theology for the early church. In this second part I want to demonstrate the continuingĀ  relationship of theology and … Continue reading

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