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Predestination and the Assurance of Faith.


For many the word predestination is a scary word that causes them to doubt the goodness of God but the biblical perspective is entirely different it leads to assurance not fear. the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 1, paints an entirely … 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 continuing¬† 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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Preaching:Vital for the Health and Growth of the Church


There are so many attitudes to preaching in today’s church, sometimes the role of preaching is downplayed and in other circles the Church is turned into a preaching station. The scripture is full of examples of preaching and obviously it … Continue reading

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Predestination and the Assurance of Faith.


For many the word predestination is a scary word that causes them to doubt the goodness of God but the biblical perspective is entirely different it leads to assurance not fear. the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 1, paints an entirely … 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 continuing¬† relationship of theology and … Continue reading

Posted in Arminian, Charismatic, Fletcher, Holy Spirit, Jonathan Edwards, Pentecostal, post Apostolic Church, Reformed, Revival, Spurgeon, The Reformation, Theology, Wesley, Word of God | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment