Jude calls the believers in his letter to “earnestly contend for the faith” (verse 3). This call is not to be taken lightly, as we see the attack on the Word of God throughout history. At no time in the history of the church was there ever a period where the truths of God’s Word […]
On 31 October 1517 Dr Martin Luther nailed his 95 Thesis, which contained his concerns that he had with Roman Catholicism, to the church doors of Wittenberg.
It’s always good to hear why people believe in Christ (or not). Someone else’s reasons can sometimes operate as a “check” for yourself to re-evaluate your own motivations why you agree or not. Peter admonishes that believers be sure of what they believe and ready to answer why. Well-known emergent leader, Tony Jones, answered a question […]
We all know the impact Rick Warren had on the evangelical church. His Purpose Driven roller coaster has been swinging people almost to the point of dizziness. The evangelical church has been captivated by this man’s programmes and without very much discernment one should say. He launched his P.E.A.C.E. plan, as well as the Daniel […]
Doctrine should never be alienated from practical living. Probably the biggest accusation from the camp that are pushing for an experience first approach, is that doctrine is something that the academics like to play around with and has no practical implications for life. This is so far from the truth when looking at how the […]
One of the major aspects of the modern-day religious culture, is the defiance of the concept of “absolute truth”. The result is a loss of focus on doctrine.
Ever wondered what the reason is that you are at this specific place and time in your life?
Have you ever thought about the sheer brilliance of Scriptures? From start to finish you cannot but marvel at how God’s Spirit inspired it’s authors.
I attended Justin Peters’ seminar on the Word of Faith Movement, A Call for Discernment, yesterday and today (15 and 16 June). These are a few of my impressions on the information presented.