From the webpage: “There are essentially two views as to where Jesus went the three days His body was in the grave before His resurrection. One view is that He went to Hades (hell), and the other is that He went to Heaven.”
From the webpage: “Preaching the gospel of no-fault divorce and the gospel of marriage unbound from its natural purposes, liberationism has weakened, not strengthened, the institution of marriage. And as a result, participation in marriage, a major correlated factor of wealth and well-being, has decreased.”
From the webpage:
“Jesus’ plan for reaching the world is not gathering large groups of people to bask in the anointing of one prophetic teacher,” said Greear, pastor of The Summit Church in the Raleigh-Durham, N.C., area, who once worked for the International Mission Board.
“His Plan A is raising up ordinary people in the power of the Spirit and sending them out,” Greear said.
Click the link above to read the whole article.
From the webpage: “To be a Christian is to declare that Jesus is Lord. His Lordship affects both our minds, teaching us what to believe, and our morals, changing the way we live.” – Pastor Alistair Begg
Click the link above to have access to Alistair’s Christian Basics 5 Message study. Topics include: Christian Living, The Church, Faith, and Salvation.
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Periodically, I’ll post some links that I have found to be interesting and relevant to the church. I don’t necessarily agree with everything in all of them, might not agree with the overall stance of organization represented, and sometimes it might be something so WRONG that it just needs to be aired; however, I’ll post them so that readers of our website might see some of the things that are having an effect in the church today. – Bill Pitcher, Interim Pastor, First Baptist Church
This one is from Mark Dever, the pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church:
I found this one to be pretty pointed
This one is helpful to those trying to understand how we got the 66 books we believe to be the inspired Word of God.