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Truth According to Scripture - Defending the Christian Faith
We contend that most of the error in the modern Church is a result of man-made traditions rather than Scripture and sound Biblical exegesis
Conditional Immortality - Truth According to Scripture
Conditional Immortality - We contend that the traditional teaching on hell is based more on the influence of greek philosophy than on sound Biblical exegesis. An error primarily based on a belief in the immortality of the soul which is nowhere found in Scripture.
Truth According to Scripture - About Us
Truth According to Scripture - About Us - We believe that all true believers have the truth of the essential doctrines of the Christian faith but no one man or denomination is without error.
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Christian Books
Christian Books, C. S. Lewis, William Law, James Shelly, Flavel, A W Pink, Jeremiah Burroughs, etc.
Christian Books
Christian Books, C. S. Lewis, William Law, James Shelly, Flavel, A W Pink, Jeremiah Burroughs, etc.
Christian Books
Christian Books, C. S. Lewis, William Law, James Shelly, Flavel, A W Pink, Jeremiah Burroughs, etc.
         
Sermons8 pages
The Almost Christian
An almost Christian, if we consider him in respect to his duty to God, is one that halts between two opinions; that wavers between Christ and the world; that would reconcile God and Mammon, light and darkness, Christ and Belial.
Truth According to Scripture - Christian Audio Files
Christian Audio - Sermons, Books, Articles and Debates | Paul Washer, C.S. Lewis, Edward Fudge, James P. Shelly
Quotes From Leonard Ravenhill w/Audio
We're living in an unprecedented day (when) evil is no longer evil. We've changed the terminology— iniquity is now infirmity; wickedness is now weakness; devilry is now deficiency.
On Regeneration - George Whitefield
If we are not inwardly wrought upon, and changed by the powerful operations of the Holy Spirit, and our moral actions, proceed from a principle of a new nature, we shall be found naked at the great day.
Remember Lot's Wife
There are few warnings in Scripture more solemn than this. The Lord Jesus Christ says to us, Remember Lot's wife.
The Duty of searching the Scriptures - George Whitefield
Search the scriptures my dear brethren, taste and see how good the word of God is, and then you will never leave that heavenly manna, that angel's food, to feed on dry husks, no, you will then disdain such poor entertainment, and blush that yourselves once were fond of it.
Indetermination In Religion -Jonathan Edwards
Those who live under the gospel, and thus continue undetermined about religion, are more abominable to God than the heathen. He hates those persons who continue from year to year, under the calls, and warnings, and instructions, and entreaties of God's word.
Worldly Business no Plea for the Neglect of Religion
Alas! how unlike are Christians to Christianity! They are commanded to
              
Washer2 pages
Examine Yourself
Test yourselves to see if you are in the faith; examine yourselves!
Examine-yourself-Washer.pdf
                   
Priviledge1 page
The Great Privilege by Paul Washer
Paul Washer video sermon - The Great Priviledge - Paul Washer is an itinerant preacher and the General Director for HeartCry Missionary Society.
              
Spurgeon1 page
Citizenship In Heaven
If we were what we profess to be, we should be as distinct a people in the midst of this world, as a white race in a community of Ethiopians.
         
Books
              
Gospel Mystery of Sanctification15 pages
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter One
It was the saying of a servant of Christ, Every day a Christian spends on earth is a day lost in heaven.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Two
Several endowments and qualifications are necessary to enable us for the immediate practice of the law.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Three
The way to get holy endowments and qualifications necessary to frame and enable us for the immediate practice of the law.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Four
The means or instruments by which the Spirit of God accomplishes our union with Christ.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Five
We cannot attain to the practice of true holiness by any of our endeavors while we continue in our natural state.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Six
Thus we see that our persuasion of salvation by the condition of sincere obedience has its original from our corrupt natural reason.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Seven
We are not to imagine that our hearts and lives must be changed from sin to holiness in any measure, before we may safely venture to trust on Christ.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Eight
Be sure to seek for holiness of heart and life only in its due order, where God has placed it, after union with Christ.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Nine
We must first receive the comforts of the gospel, that we may be able to sincerely perform the duties of the law.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Ten
That we may be prepared by the comforts of the gospel to perform sincerely the duties of the law, we must get some assurance of our salvation in that very faith by which Christ Himself is received into our hearts.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Eleven
Endeavor diligently to perform the great work of believing on Christ in a right manner.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Twelve
Make diligent use of your most holy faith for the immediate performance of the duties of the law.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Thirteen
Endeavor diligently to make the right use of all means appointed in the Word of God for the obtaining and practicing holiness.
The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification - Chapter Fourteen
That you may seek holiness and righteousness only by believing in Christ and walking in Him by faith.
Marshall_Gospel_Mystery.pdf
              
Clinging to a Counterfeit Cross18 pages
APPENDIX TWO: Unaided Scriptural Evidence
The unaided Scriptural evidence that the Grace of the New Covenant has as its primary objective the obedience of its recipient to the extent that salvation is not obtained without it.
Righteousness vs Self-Righteousness
If the unrighteous do not inherit the kingdom of God, who then will? Is it not the righteous? We simply have no other option.
Saint or Sinner?
Are Believers Saints or Sinners? | The suprising answer is found in this Biblical study of the term sinner. | How the Scriptures define the word sinner. | The effect of the term in regards to the Christian life
Regeneration: The Creation of a New Man
Regeneration, or new birth, is an inner re-creating of fallen human nature by the gracious sovereign action of the Holy Spirit (John 3:5-8).
Sanctification: The Growth of the New Man
Sanctification is the life long pursuit after, and advancement towards righteousness of life. The measuring rod being that of the character of the person of Christ as revealed in His Word. It is, in a word, the sum and substance of the Christian life.
Saving Faith – Its Cause and Effect
Exposes modern misconceptions about the true Biblical meaning of Faith | Note: Faith is not believing in the existence of God | To believe in Christ is to be fully convinced of His promises
The Lordship of Christ
A Biblical study of the Lordship controversy | Can saving faith reject the Lordship of Christ? | Is obedience optional? | This is a far more serious, and vital issue than most seem to realize.
Can A Christian Backslide?
Can A Christian Backslide? Does Scripture ever use the term backslider in regards to a believer? A study of the term as it is used in Scripture.
What About Romans 7?
When our Lord says in Matthew 5:29, If your right eye causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it from you we use Romans 7:14-25 as protective goggles.
We Walk By Faith Not By Sight
When we consider the faith of those down through the ages that have been cruelly tortured and martyred for Christ, we come to understand biblical faith as resulting in a total disregard for the preciousness of life in this world.
Clinging to a Counterfeit Cross
There can be no greater folly than the neglect of the soul as concerning its final and eternal state, and it is therefore vitally important that we be diligent in our pursuit of truth that we might worship Him in the way in which He Himself requires of us.
Clinging to a Counterfeit Cross - Introduction
There are a great many, who bear the name of Christ, that yet do not so much as know what real Christianity is
The Foundation of Truth
The notion that truth is according to one's own preference is, to say the least, ludicrous. In rational thought, we would never allow for such a senseless proposition.
The Carnal Christian
What is a Carnal Christian? | Most in this day speak as though the Corinthian’s were the worst example of a Church, when in truth, we should be praying that the Church of today would be as responsive to the Word of God as the Corinthians were in their day.
The Necessity of Bearing Fruit in The Parables of Christ
When Jesus spoke of the parable of the four soils, He said to His disciples, “Do you not understand this parable? How then will you understand all the parables?”(Mark 4:13). It is essential that we understand this parable if we are to correctly interpret many of the parables of Christ.
Love vs Law—Legalism—License
Sadly, the doctrine of grace, the doctrine on which the Church stands or falls, is one of the most misunderstood doctrines in the professing church today. Most understand it simply as forgiveness of sin, when in fact forgiveness is only one aspect of grace. Grace procures for us forgiveness that we might be reconciled to God and be delivered from the slavery of sin.
Doubt or False Assurance?
When it comes to doubting our salvation, most every Christian will have times of doubt as to whether or not he himself is saved, particularly in his earliest years as a Christian.
APPENDIX ONE: Quotes and Confessions Throughout the History of the Church
He who raised him (Jesus) up from the dead will raise us up also - if we do his will, and walk in his commandments, and love what he loved, keeping ourselves from all unrighteousness.
              
Jeremiah Burroughs9 pages
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness - To the Reader
It was the saying of a servant of Christ, Every day a Christian spends on earth is a day lost in heaven.
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness Chapter 1
Earthly things are those that are on the earth, whatever they are, the beauty, the glory, and pageantry of the earth; the profits that are earthly, the pleasures and honors of the world; who mind any things inordinately that are sublunary accommodations.
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness Chapter 2
Earthly-Mindedness Discovered in Nine Particulars
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness Chapter 3
Six Evils of Earthly-Mindedness
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness Chapter 4
Eight Additional Evils of Earthly-Mindedness
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness Chapter 5
Five Things May Be Wrought In A Man, and Yet Earthly-Minded
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness Chapter 6
Seven Reasons of Men's Earthly-Mindedness
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness Chapter 7
Eleven Considerations to Take the Mind Off of Earthly-Mindedness
A Treatise of Earthly-Mindedness Chapter 8
Five Directions How to Get our Hearts Free from Earthly-Mindedness
              
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy8 pages
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy
While not written for everyone, this book is dedicated to those analytical ones who have dared to ask the forbidden question, What is wrong with the church?
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy - The King's New Bible
While not written for everyone, this book is dedicated to those analytical ones who have dared to ask the forbidden question, What is wrong with the church?
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy - Twisted Scriptures
While not written for everyone, this book is dedicated to those analytical ones who have dared to ask the forbidden question, What is wrong with the church?
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy - Two Models of Leadership
While not written for everyone, this book is dedicated to those analytical ones who have dared to ask the forbidden question, What is wrong with the church?
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy - The Example of Christ
While not written for everyone, this book is dedicated to those analytical ones who have dared to ask the forbidden question, What is wrong with the church?
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy - Conclusion
While not written for everyone, this book is dedicated to those analytical ones who have dared to ask the forbidden question, What is wrong with the church?
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy - Acknowledgments
While not written for everyone, this book is dedicated to those analytical ones who have dared to ask the forbidden question, What is wrong with the church?
Ecclesiastical Conspiracy.pdf
              
A. W. Pink
                   
Sermon on the Mount67 pages
Sermon on the Mount - Table of Contents
Sermon on the Mount - Introduction - A. W. Pink
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 1 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 2 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 3 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 21 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 4 - A. W. Pink
It was the saying of a servant of Christ, Every day a Christian spends on earth is a day lost in heaven.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 23 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 24 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 25 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 26 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 27 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 28 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 29 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 30 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 31 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 32 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 33 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 34 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 35 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 36 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 37 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 38 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 39 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 40 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 41 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 42 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 43 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 44 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 45 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 46 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 47 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 48 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 49 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 50 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 51 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 52 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 53 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 54 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 55 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 56 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 57 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 58 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 59 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 60 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 61 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 62 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Chapter 63 - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon on the Mount - Conclusion - A. W. Pink
There are things in this book which are in no other, so it is important to anyone's understanding of the Sermon on the Mount.
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Politics22 pages
Growing Up With Two Moms: The Untold Children’s View
Like my story, these 248 people’s stories deserve to be told. The gay movement is doing everything it can to make sure that nobody hears them.
Make Good Use of Your Servitude
However much we may want to find a Biblical case for the abolition of slavery, it is simply not there, not even in the Epistle to Philemon.
NARTH's Response to the APA Claims on Homosexuality
In What Research Shows, over a century of experiential evidence, clinical reports, and research evidence demonstrate that it is possible for both men and women to change from homosexuality to heterosexuality.
The Bible, Slavery, and America's Founders
The founders did not just believe slavery was an evil that needed to be abolished, and they did not just speak against it, but they acted on their beliefs.
What Jesus Said About Homosexuality
It's easy to see, in just the four quick points I've given, that Jesus did say something about homosexual behavior.
Amusing Ourselves to Death
Postman's theme is the decline of the printed word and the ascendancy of the 'tube' with its tendency to present everything—murder, mayhem, politics, weather, as entertainment.
Concerned Christians And Homosexuality
You don't need the Bible to know what marriage is and to know homosexual behavior is wrong.
Everybody Loves Jesus: The Culture Cherishes a Counterfeit Christ
We must declare the Jesus of culture to be false. We must show the culture the real Jesus. We must condemn sin as the real Jesus does. We must comfort sinners as only the real Jesus can. We must be determined to know nothing but Christ and Him crucified.
David Barton and Jon Stewart
David Barton and Jon Stewart discuss the history and founding of America
Pandora's Box Office
Pandora's Box Office - Hollywood's War on Traditional Values
Homosexuals Brainwashing Our Children in Elementary Schools
You don't need the Bible to know what marriage is and to know homosexual behavior is wrong.
One Nation Under God
One Nation Under God - Video | Listing of Founding Fathers quotes. These Quotes clearly show the Christian faith of the Founders and their intent for our nation.
Quotes From The Founders
This is a listing of Founding Fathers quotes. These Quotes clearly show the Christian faith of the Founders and their intent for our nation.
The Motion Picture Production Code of 1930 (Hays Code)
J. B. Lightfoot - Commentary on Matthew 24. Hence it appears plain enough, that the foregoing verses are not to be understood of the last judgment, but, as we said, of the destruction of Jerusalem. There were some among the disciples (particularly John), who lived to see these things come to pass.
The New England Primer
For about fifty years, this eighty-page booklet, four and a half by three inches in size, was the only elementary textbook in America, and for a century more it held a central place in primary education.
The Homosexual Propaganda Campaign
The powerful, sophisticated psychological techniques that the homosexual movement has used to manipulate the public in the media.
The Overhauling of Straight America
Postman's theme is the decline of the printed word and the ascendancy of the
What same-sex "marriage" has done to Massachusetts
What same-sex marriage has done to Massachusetts is far worse than most people realize.
How Modern Liberals Think
Apologetics Videos, Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology
Concerned Christians And Homosexuality.pdf
SSM_Mass_2012.pdf
THE NEW ENGLAND PRIMER.pdf
         
Apologetics24 pages
Does The Bible Provide an Adequate Answer to Suffering?
Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. Bart Ehrman debate the topic: Does the Bible Provide an Adequate Answer to the Problem of Suffering? at Ohio State University on April 15, 2010.
The Case for Christ's Resurrection
First, for a variety of reasons, it is the virtually unanimous conclusion of contemporary scholars that Jesus' early followers at least thought that they had seen appearances of the risen Jesus after his death.
Dr. William Lane Craig Debates
William Lane Craig Debates - Full length videos
The Adulterous Woman
One of the most misused, mishandled, and misapplied passages in the Bible is the narrative of the woman caught in adultery, recorded in John 8:1-11.
Killing the Canaanites
The new atheists call God’s commands to kill the Canaanites genocide, but a closer look at the horror of the Canaanites sinfulness, reveals that God’s reason for commanding their death was not genocide but capital punishment.
The Evidence for Jesus - William Craig
The Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth | Audio Lecture by William Lane Craig | The resurrection appearances, the empty tomb, and the origin of the Christian faith - all point unavoidably to one conclusion: the resurrection of Jesus'.
Apologetics - John Lennox
Apologetics - John Lennox Videos
Apologetics - Ravi Zacharias
Apologetics - Ravi Zacharias - Defending the Faith
Did Jesus Really Exist?
In fact, there is more evidence that Jesus of Nazareth certainly lived than for most famous figures of the ancient past.
Irreducible Complexity
Video clips transport you into the interior of the living cell to explore systems and machines that bear the unmistakable hallmarks of design. Discover the intricacy of a microscopic bacterial rotary motor, which spins at 100,000 rpm.
The Evidence for the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth
The Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth | Audio Lecture by William Lane Craig | The resurrection appearances, the empty tomb, and the origin of the Christian faith - all point unavoidably to one conclusion: the resurrection of Jesus'.
Jesus Christ—Unique Savior or Average Fraud?
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
Mithraism and Early Christianity
Mithraism was not established until well after the birth of Christianity.
Old Testament Prophecies Fulfilled in Christ
...all things must be fulfilled, which were written in the law of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the psalms, concerning Me(Luke 24:44)
Introductory: Scientists Speak about Evolution
Top-flight scientists have something to tell you about evolution. Such statements will never be found in the popular magazines. Instead they are generally reserved only for professional books and journals.
The Rise & Fall of Evolution
As an explanatory schematic for explaining the origin of complex life on this planet Evolution is laughable.
The Life of Jesus: Lord, Liar or Lunatic?
A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic—on a level with the man who says he is a poached egg—or else he would be the Devil of Hell.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Preface
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
Jesus Christ—Unique Savior or Average Fraud? [Part I]
Was Jesus really the unique Son of God, or was He simply one among many characters of the past who claimed to be a unique, personal savior but who, in the end, was not?
Dr. William Lane Craig Debates
William Lane Craig Debates - Full length videos
Apologetics - Dr. William Lane Craig
Apologetics - Dr. William Lane Craig - 53 Videos
Jesus Christ—Unique Savior or Average Fraud? [Part II]
One important fact that cannot be ignored is that Jesus is the only historical figure Who fulfills the criteria necessary to justify, sanctify, and redeem mankind.
Is God a Delusion?
Is God a Delusion? A video debate between Dr. William Lane Craig and Bill Cooke.
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Mere Christianity - C. S. Lewis3 pages
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Entire book with audio and pdf download - Mere Christianity has become a corner stone of modern Christian apologetics.
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Preface with audio - Mere Christianity has become a corner stone of modern Christian apologetics.
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Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Book 1
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Book One with audio - Right And Wrong As A Clue To The Meaning Of The Universe.
                   
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Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Book 2
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Book Two with audio - What Christian's Believe.
                   
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Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Book 3
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Book Three with audio - Christian Behaviour.
                   
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Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Book 4
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis - Book Four with audio - Beyond Personality: Or First Steps In The Doctrine Of The Trinity.
              
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - F. F. Bruce10 pages
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 1
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 2
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 3
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 4
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 5
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 6
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 7
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 8
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 9
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
The New Testament Documents: Are they Reliable? - Chapter 10
The character of Jesus has not only been the highest pattern of virtue, but the strongest incentive to its practice, and has exerted so deep an influence, that it may be truly said, that the ample record of three short years of active life has done more to regenerate and to soften mankind, than all the disquisitions of philosophers and than all the exhortation. of moralists.
         
Christian Life9 pages
Slaves of Christ
We are bound, therefore, to submission and obedience. Nothing could define the Christian relationship to the Lord more clearly than that.
What does the Bible say about wine?
If a pastor teaches not to judge in regards to such things as abortion and homosexuality, what would he say about a parishioner who doesn't donate but rather takes money out of the collection plate?
What does the Bible say about wine?
The repeated scriptural warnings against drunkenness, themselves, show that God permits drinking wine. God does not prohibit overdoing that which is a sin to do.
The Least of These My Brethren?
Jesus does not say, 'When you saw a hungry man you fed him, and when you saw a thirsty man you gave him drink.' The Lord is pointing to a relationship He sustains to 'the brethren.'
Can True Christians Commit Apostasy?
My thesis is that this warning against apostasy is always effective in the case of truly regenerate people. Its purpose is to keep people from apostasy, not to preach to the already damned.
The Biological and Biblical Dangers of Problem-Centered Counseling
Nothing the world offers can even touch what is available to every true believer for living life to the fullest, for growing into the likeness of Christ, and for ministering life to one another.
What does it mean to take the Lord's name in vain?
Although many people believe taking the Lord's name in vain refers to using the Lord's name as a swear word, there is much more involved with a vain use of God's name.
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least-of-these-my-brethren.pdf
         
Bible Study9 pages
Jesus in the Old Testament
There are basically two kinds of OT references to the Son of God, the messiah. They are the messianic prophecies and pre-incarnate appearances.
All the One Another's and Each Other's in Scripture
The following table of Bible passages help us to understand how much emphasis the Scriptures place on our obligation as Christians to love and care for one another.
Quotations in Regards to Bible Study
We fail in our duty to study God's Word not so much because it is difficult to understand, not so much because it is dull and boring, but because it is work. Our problem is not a lack of intelligence or a lack of passion. Our problem is that we are lazy.
Why People Find the Bible Difficult
Qualifications Of An Interpreter | IN order to be a capable and correct interpreter of the Holy Scriptures, one needs a variety of qualifications, both natural and acquired.
Israel: Old Testament Prophecy and New Testament Fulfillment
I have found it useful to compile a list (albeit partial) of passages that are relevant to discussions about Israel and the Church and related questions such as restoration to the land, etc.
Biblical Hermeneutics - Qualifications Of An Interpreter
Qualifications Of An Interpreter | IN order to be a capable and correct interpreter of the Holy Scriptures, one needs a variety of qualifications, both natural and acquired. For though a large proportion of the sacred volume is sufficiently simple for the child to understand . . . there is also much that requires, for its proper apprehension and exposition, the noblest powers of intellect and the most ample learning.
Biblical Hermeneutics - Special Hermeneutics
Qualifications Of An Interpreter | IN order to be a capable and correct interpreter of the Holy Scriptures, one needs a variety of qualifications, both natural and acquired. For though a large proportion of the sacred volume is sufficiently simple for the child to understand . . . there is also much that requires, for its proper apprehension and exposition, the noblest powers of intellect and the most ample learning.
Old Testament Passages Referred to or Quoted in the New Testament
The writers of the New Testament referred to or quoted from the Old Testament over 300 times. It is critically important in the interpretation of the New Testament to understand how the Apostles used Old Testament passages to make clear and exemplify the doctrines of Christ.
All the One Another.pdf
         
Death, Immortality, and the After Life94 pages
The Consensus of Current Scholarship: The Soul is Not Immortal
Immortality of the soul was a typically Greek philosophical notion quite foreign to the thought of ancient Semitic peoples.
The Case for Conditional Immortality - J. W. Wenham
I believe that endless torment is a hideous and unscriptural doctrine which has been a terrible burden on the mind of the church for many centuries and a terrible blot on her presentation of the gospel. I should indeed be happy if, before I die, I could help in sweeping it away.
The Goodness of God - Hell - J. W. Wenham
The aim has been to discourage those who hold traditional orthodoxy from surrendering it lightly, while encouraging the serious consideration of the case for conditional immortality.
Life and Immortality - Basil Atkinson
An examination of the nature and meaning of life and death as they are revealed in the scriptures.
HELL: Eternal Torment or Complete Annihilation?
It seems to me that nearly the entire Bible teaches that eternal life is only experienced in Heaven, that Hell is a place of complete destruction and annihilation.
Annihilation or Endless Torment?
There is increasing evidence that many evangelical Christians involving a variety of denominations are moving toward conditionalism.
Annihilationism
Immortality in their view is a gift of God, conferred on those who have entered into living communion with Him.
Champions of Conditional Immortality in History
He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To the one who conquers I will grant to eat of the tree of life, which is in the paradise of God. (Revelation 2:7)
Conditional Immortality - Samuel M. Ohmart
The Bible affirms that God alone has immortality as a present possession (1 Tim. 1:17 c.f. 1 Tim. 6:16). The glory of the immortal God is contrasted with that of mortal man (Rom. 1:23).
Conditional Immortality - Samuel M. Ohmart
What do we understand by
Conditional Immortality and Final Retribution
By Conditional Immortality we mean immortality to be attained on conditions of faith in our Lord Jesus Christ and conformation to his will and character by spiritual contact with him.
Conditional Immortality - Samuel M. Ohmart
What do we understand by
Fallacies In The Annihilationism Debate
While Peterson has written much in reply to annihilationists, he has not written much by way of a substantial rebuttal.
Important Forgotten History - The Roots of Opposition to Conditionalism
From Eternity magazine to Christianity Today, conditionalism has been given a hearing. Perhaps no factor has been as instrumental in this advance as the publication of The Fire That Consumes by Edward Fudge in 1982.
Life in Christ - A Summary of Conditional Immortality
Scripture denies any immortality of the soul, and only promises believers immortality through salvation and resurrection, thus unbelievers will be resurrected to damnation, not life (John 5:29), and will truly perish, burn up, and be consumed by fire, which is everlasting destruction, and the second death.
Why I Believe In Conditional Immortality
The purpose of these remarks is to give a personal testimony as to why this writer believes in conditional immortality. No attempt has been made to completely cover the subject of conditionalism.
Biblical References Regarding Death
Biblical references to death from Genesis to Revelation
Death and the Afterlife by Robert A. Morey - A Review by Edward Fudge
Morey's book is packed with fallacious reasoning of almost every classical sort.
Martin Luther and William Tyndale on the State of the Dead
Luther espoused the doctrine of the sleep of the soul, upon a Scripture foundation, and then he made use of it as a confutation of purgatory and saint worship.
"Near Death Experiences" and the Bible - Bacchiocchi
To set the stage for the study of spiritualism it may be well to remember that it all began with the serpent's lie, 'You will not die' (Gen 3:4).
Purgatory: Purifying Fire or Fatal Fable?
Catholics who believe a purifying fire will purge away their sins are deluded victims of a fatal fabrication.
Reclaiming the Gospel
Even though there is not a single reference to it in the whole of scripture , the doctrine of the immorality of the human soul, and also necessarily, therefore the doctrine of eternal torment, have become part and parcel of most Protestant Christianity, as well as Roman Catholic.
The Penalty of Death for Disobedience
The message of God could hardly have been clearer. He declared that He would punish disobedience with death. This Adam and Eve understood full well, for Eve referred to the death threat when she parleyed with the serpent.
The Truth About Death
This verse is familiar to almost all who have been taught the immortality of man, but at the same time it is one of the most misunderstood and misquoted of any verse in the Bible.
Traditionalism and the (Not So) Second Death
The traditional understanding of the second death is thus fraught with problems. It is not a second anything at all but a continuation of the state of spiritual death and separation from God experienced by all people prior to salvation.
Destroyed For Ever: An Examination of Annihilation and Conditional Immortality
The doctrine has received the renewed interest of a specific debate amongst evangelicals concerning whether hell is eternal conscious torment or whether the wicked are annihilated after judgment.
The Destruction of the Finally Impenitent
Let me say at the outset that I consider the concept of hell as endless torment in body and mind an outrageous doctrine, a theological and moral enormity, a bad doctrine of the tradition which needs to be changed...Surely a God who would do such a thing is more nearly like Satan than like God, at least by any ordinary moral standards, and by the gospel itself.
Endless Torture Unbiblical
Will God, whose name is love (1 John 4:7), keep most of mankind alive so that He can perpetually burn them with flames? Certainly we have a right to ask the question, since Paul tells us to test all things (1 Thes. 5:21).
The Final End of the Wicked
The Final End of the Wicked by Edward Fudge. Author of the book, The Fire that Consumes. Audio interview with Edward Fudge
The Inventors of Eternal Torment
The little child is in the red hot oven. Hear how it screams to come out; see how it turns and twists itself about in the fire. It beats its head against the roof of the oven. It stamps its little feet on the floor.
The Nature of the Future Punishment of the Wicked
We are to show that exclusion from all life is a punishment, and that this is the revealed punishment of the lost.
Thirty Questions For Teachers Of Eternal Torment
The following questions are designed to show the utter fallacy of the contention that eternal torment is a scriptural doctrine. It is those who believe in eternal torment who must twist the scriptures, all the while accusing others of doing the same.
Thoughts on the Punishment of the Wicked
Nowhere is it taught in Scripture that 'destruction will not be destruction' but rather 'continual destroying and torture and agony and pain without end.'
Degrees of hell?
It seems to me that nearly the entire Bible teaches that eternal life is only experienced in Heaven, that Hell is a place of complete destruction and annihilation.
Jesus' Teaching on Hell
False theories of eternal punishment of the wicked have done unfathomable damage in the religious realm. Untold millions of people have obeyed God purely out of fear of a false concept of hell.
Judgement and Hell - Essentials - John Stott
I believe that the ultimate annihilation of the wicked should at least be accepted as a legitimate, biblically founded alternative to eternal conscious torment.
The Nature of Hell
In other words, immortality is a gift of God which He gives in His grace to the Redeemed at the time of their resurrection. There is no need to believe in an eternal Hell if the soul is not intrinsically immortal. And it isn't.
The Nature of Hell
Evangelicals diverge on whether hell is eternal in duration or effect – that is, whether an individual’s punishment in hell will literally go on forever, as a ceaseless conscious experience, or whether it will end in a destruction which will be forever, in the sense of being final and irreversible.
The Origin of Hell-Fire in Christian Teaching
The concept of a soul within us that cannot die first became a ‘Christian’ doctrine at the end of the second century AD. Hell had been taught in Greek philosophy long before the time of Jesus, with Plato (427-347 BC) as the important leader in this thinking.
The Bible Vs. The Traditional View of Hell
As a former Hindu converted to Christianity, having known the Lord for over thirty-five years, and being a committed Reformed Baptist, I would like to speak in defense of the conditionalist view of hell. I had believed in the traditional view of hell for most of my Christian life so I am very familiar with the various views about hell that evangelical Christians hold.
Applying the Resurrection
The resurrection hope is the only hope given by Jesus. He did not promise glowing health and material wealth. He didn't promise worldly success.
Do we have an immortal soul?
In the whole of the Old Testament there is simply no support for the idea that a conscious immortal soul goes to heaven or hell (or some other place) at death. Rather, all indications are that conscious life ceases until the time of a future resurrection
Immortality
For it must be admitted by all, whatever their persuasion, that the doctrine of the immortality of the soul is entirely absent from the Scriptures.
Immortality–The Gift Of God
God's will is against the immortalizing of sin and sinners. He will put an end to both; only the righteous shall live forever.
Immortality of the Soul
The belief that the soul continues its existence after the dissolution of the body is a matter of philosophical or theological speculation rather than of simple faith, and is accordingly nowhere expressly taught in Holy Scripture.
Paul’s Anthropology
Taking all the Biblical evidence into consideration, it appears that the best description of Old and New Testament anthropology is one of holistic dualism.
The Destiny of Man
To contend that only the human soul is innately immortal is to maintain a position which is nowhere approved in the teaching of Scripture.
Immortality from the Apostolic Fathers to Augustine
The first lie that the Bible records is found in the words of the devil in Gen. 3:4, Ye shall not surely die, and this initial conceit, held up before the eyes of our first parents, permeates Philosophy, Paganism, Theosophy, Spiritism, Protestantism and Popery.
The Hebrew Word Nephesh - E. W. Bullinger
The usage of the word nephesh by the Holy Spirit in the Word of God is the only guide to the true understanding of it.
What is the Biblical Meaning of Perish?
What is the Biblical Meaning of Perish? | The wicked shall perish | The saved shall never perish
Sheol: The Old Testament Consensus
Hell Under Fire, is I should think the most serious attempt in quite some time to defend eternal conscious suffering against all comers.
The Rich Man, Lazarus, & the Afterlife
In the Rich Man and Lazarus, Jesus merely used a story current in their time to illustrate that just because one was rich (whether righteous or unrighteous), that didn't guarantee a favorable outcome.
The Rich Man and Lazarus: An Intermediate State?
For it must be admitted by all, whatever their persuasion, that the doctrine of the immortality of the soul is entirely absent from the Scriptures.
Unquenchable Fire
The words of God in defiance of all the laws of rhetoric and common sense, must be made to sustain the baseless theories of human imagination, and thus poor mortals condemned to everlasting destruction inflate themselves with the vain conceit of their immortality
Unquenchable Fire
The words of God in defiance of all the laws of rhetoric and common sense, must be made to sustain the baseless theories of human imagination, and thus poor mortals condemned to everlasting destruction inflate themselves with the vain conceit of their immortality
A Refreshing Study on the Resurrection
For it must be admitted by all, whatever their persuasion, that the doctrine of the immortality of the soul is entirely absent from the Scriptures.
Absent From The Body — Present With The Lord
This verse is familiar to almost all who have been taught the immortality of man, but at the same time it is one of the most misunderstood and misquoted of any verse in the Bible.
Cross Purposes: Atonement, Death and the Fate of the Wicked
because traditionalists don't believe the bodies of the risen wicked will ever die, their view of eternal punishment is at the very least considerably more unlike the substitutionary death of Christ than ours.
The Nature of Man - Dualistic or Holistic?
Body and soul are like the biblical expressions flesh and spirit. They do not refer to two parts of man but to the whole man from two different perspectives.
The Thief in Paradise
Many use this verse in support of the position that the dead are really alive. However, the context proves otherwise.
The Thief on the Cross
Such cannot be the correct reading, since the Scriptures elsewhere tell us where Christ was these three days, and it was not in paradise.
Their Worm Does Not Die: Annihilation and Mark 9:48
Its worth noting first that when traditionalists quote this favorite of their proof-texts, they often misquote it. Neither Isaiah 66:24 nor Mark 9:48 say that the worm will never die.
rich-man-and-lazarus.pdf
A Refreshing Study on the Resurrection.pdf
Annihilation or endless torment.pdf
Rev. Albert C. Johnson - Conditional Immortality.pdf
Cross Purposes.pdf
Judgement and Hell - Stott.pdf
Life and Immortality - Basil Atkinson.pdf
Luther and Tyndale - Soul Sleep.pdf
The Nature of Man.pdf
The Truth About Death.pdf
Their Worm Does Not Die.pdf
Traditionalism and the Second Death .pdf
The Unquenchable Fire - Dickinson.pdf
bullinger-nephesh.pdf
Debt and Grace - Chapter 5.pdf
Peterson.pdf
The Immortality of the Soul and The doctrine of demons
The first lie that the Bible records is found in the words of the devil in Gen. 3:4, Ye shall not surely die, and this initial conceit, held up before the eyes of our first parents, permeates Philosophy, Paganism, Theosophy, Spiritism, Protestantism and Popery.
The Rich Man and Lazarus-Bullinger.pdf
Champions of Conditional Immortality in History.pdf
Fire and Flood
It will be argued here that these New Testament passages on final punishment that employ earlier Scripture, when studied closely, do not sit well with traditional interpretations.
Fire and Flood.pdf
Jesus Teaching on Hell.pdf
Sheol.pdf
The Destiny of Man.pdf
The Destruction of the Finally Impenitent.pdf
The Final End of the Wicked.pdf
The Origin of Hell.pdf
Luther-Conditionalism.pdf
Wenham John - The Case for Conditional Immortality.pdf
Wenham-Hell.pdf
Luther_Tyndale.pdf
Near Death Experiences - Bacchiocchi.pdf
              
Doctrine of Immortality - Early Church7 pages
Doctrine of Immortality - Early Church - Intro
The soul is naturally mortal, not immortal, and consequently cannot, and will not, live forever unless immortality is granted to the individual by God
Doctrine of Immortality - Early Church - Apostolic
What Christ has here said of one class of sinners he has elsewhere said in equally strong language of all who reject Him. He that believeth not the Son shall not see life
Comment Script
There is no question but that Irenaeus of Lyons was a champion of conditionalism.
Doctrine of Immortality - Early Church - Ante-Nicene
From all of these references, it is abundantly clear that Arnobius was a militant Conditionalist.
Doctrine of Immortality - Early Church - Answer
Conditionalism, and not Naturalism, was the more prevalent view of the writing Fathers of the Church.
Doctrine of Immortality - Early Church - Bibliography
Bibliography to The Doctrine of Immortality in the Early Church
John Roller -- Doctrine of Immortality in the Early Church.pdf
              
The Conditionalist Faith of Our Fathers - Froom17 pages
Martin Luther's Views on Conditionalism and Soul Sleep
Luther espoused the doctrine of the sleep of the soul, upon a scripture foundation, and then he made use of it as a confutation of purgatory and saint worship, and continued in that belief to the last mornent of his life.
Summing Up the Case for Biblical Conditionalism - Froom
Immortality, set forth as conditional in the Old Testament, is even more conspicuously declared to be conditional in the New
Eternal Destruction Is Decreed Doom of Wicked - Froom
The major Hebrew verb roots (such as destroy, perish, consume, cut off, burn up) are literal, and are used to signify the total extinction, or excision, of such animate beings.
Universal Restoration Substituted for Eternal Torment
Origen's speculative scheme for resolving the moral problems of life, death, and destiny, consistent as he thought with divine love and justice, was his revolutionary theory of universal restoration.
Technical Terms and Usages Preclude Innate Immortality - Froom
Since the word soul has more than one meaning in English, it is important to inquire what the word nephesh really means, if we are to understand the teaching of the Bible correctly.
Theologian Paul on Life, Death, and Immortality
The message of God could hardly have been clearer. He declared that He would punish disobedience with death. This Adam and Eve understood full well, for Eve referred to the death threat when she parleyed with the serpent.
Biblical Use of the Word Sheol - Froom
variant translations of the Hebrew word she'ol have made it difficult for the English reader to grasp the basic meaning of the word.
Gravity of Ascribing False Teachings to Christ - Froom
Josephus left on record a Discourse to the Greeks Concerning Hades, which illuminates Jesus Dives and Lazarus story
Luther-Conditionalism.pdf
Summing Up the Case for Biblical Conditionalism.pdf
Eternal Destruction Is Decreed Doom of Wicked - Froom.pdf
Universal Restoration Substituted for Eternal Torment.pdf
Technical Terms and Usages Preclude Innate Immortality.pdf
Theologian Paul on Life.pdf
Biblical Use of the Word Sheol.pdf
Gravity of Ascribing False Teachings to Christ.pdf
The Penalty of Death for Disobedience.pdf
              
A Biblical Defense of Conditional Immortality13 pages
A Biblical Defense of Conditional Immortality
The bible teaches that those who reject God’s message of reconciliation and gift of eternal life will be cast into the lake of fire, as in complete incineration which is described as “the second death.
Conditional Immortality: What is "Conditional Immortality"?
A growing number of well-known Christian leaders, such as Dr. David R. Reagan, John R. Stott, Greg Boyd, Roger Forster, Philip Hughes, Michael Green, Stephen Travis, and Clark Pinnock have declared support for the biblical doctrine of conditional immortality.
Conditional Immortality: Major Problems in the Eternal Torment Position
A simple review of a few of the texts which have this phrase will clearly show that the traditional way of thinking of it as a statement of pain and suffering will be unwarranted.
Conditional Immortality: Gnashing of Teeth
A simple review of a few of the texts which have this phrase will clearly show that the traditional way of thinking of it as a statement of pain and suffering will be unwarranted.
Conditional Immortality: The Book of Life
Those who have their names in this book will gain immortality. They will gain life forever at the Resurrection; the rest of humanity will be destroyed and not live forever.
Conditional Immortality: Are all souls born immortal?
What you believe about the nature of the soul will be the lens by which you view the very important question about the fate of unbelievers.
Conditional Immortality: Punishment for the Unsaved
What 'Conditional Immortality' correctly and simply teaches is that immortality is 'conditional'. It is only for the saved (2 Timothy 1:10).
Conditional Immortality: Isaiah 66:24 is the Key
What 'Conditional Immortality' correctly and simply teaches is that immortality is 'conditional'. It is only for the saved (2 Timothy 1:10).
Conditional Immortality: Daniel 12:2
Daniel 12:2 is used constantly to prove the traditional view of eternal torment. However, upon closer examination of the text, it is nowhere to be found.
Conditional Immortality: Importance of the Topic
Now tell me, what the hell (excuse the pun) would be the purpose of torturing someone eternally? What's the point? Obviously there's no
Conditional Immortality: Critics
A simple review of a few of the texts which have this phrase will clearly show that the traditional way of thinking of it as a statement of pain and suffering will be unwarranted.
Conditional Immortality: What Some Reviewers Have Said
The reviews below were taken from Edward Fudge's own web site (www.edwardfudge.com) located under written ministry and about his book The Fire that Consumes.
Conditional Immortality.pdf
              
Biblically Dispelling the Myth of Eternal Torture14 pages
Biblically Dispelling the Myth of Eternal Torture
Oh, Lord, is this true? Our hearts cry out, shall we be so changed that we shall, unmoved, witness this writhing, suffering mass, nay, witness the tortures of some of our own dear ones with calm enjoyment, giving glory to God, can it be?
The Biblical Examples of Everlasting Destruction
Oh, Lord, is this true? Our hearts cry out, shall we be so changed that we shall, unmoved, witness this writhing, suffering mass, nay, witness the tortures of some of our own dear ones with calm enjoyment, giving glory to God, can it be?
Further Biblical Support for Everlasting Destruction
There is one biblical book in particular that simply and clearly backs up all the evidence for literal everlasting destruction we’ve amassed so far.
Additional Hebraic Texts on Everlasting Destruction
The scriptural support for everlasting destruction is so immense that I actually had to limit what I included in the main body of this study. I feel I’ve provided more than enough evidence and that, to include more, would be at the risk of boring (and possibly losing) readers.
Biblical Analysis of Claimed Support Texts for Eternal Torture
Since the bible does not teach the theory that unredeemed human beings possess immortality or the view that ungodly people will suffer eternal torture, the only way adherents of these beliefs can defend themselves is by milking a small number of texts for details which the entire rest of the bible refutes.
CONCLUSION: Will God Torture People Forever?
As pointed out a couple of times in this study already, the doctrine of eternal torture is the silent subject of the Christian church.
The Great Lie: What about the Immortal soul?
In light of the colossal amount of scriptural evidence for literal everlasting destruction that we’ve amassed so far, how could anyone who knows how to read possibly adhere to the theory of eternal torment?
Eternal Damnation: What does the Bible Really Teach?
This may indeed be the traditionally prominent view regarding human damnation, but is it biblical? That is, do the Judeo-Christian scriptures really teach it?
Refuting Extra-Biblical Arguments for Eternal Torture and Against Literal Destruction
In light of the overwhelmingly clear biblical support for literal everlasting destruction, and the lack thereof for eternal conscious torment, adherents of the latter view have had to resort to all sorts of bizarre religious theories and objections.
Extra-Biblical Arguments II: Exploring Judeo-Christian History
Because adherents of eternal torment have a difficult time finding legitimate biblical support for their position they naturally resort to extra-biblical arguments based on tradition and Judeo-Christian history.
Morality & Justice and Other Issues Related to Damnation
Although the most important reason for rejecting the notion of eternal conscious torture is simply because the bible does not teach it, there are of course other strong arguments in opposition to it.
The True Literal View on Eternal Damnation
Oh, Lord, is this true? Our hearts cry out, shall we be so changed that we shall, unmoved, witness this writhing, suffering mass, nay, witness the tortures of some of our own dear ones with calm enjoyment, giving glory to God, can it be?
The Nature of Human Beings: Spirit, Mind & Body
Most of the confusion over the subject of human nature can be traced to two problems: 1.) Lack of depth in biblical studies, and 2.) A narrow view of the Hebrew and Greek words for “soul,” “spirit,” etc.
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Life in Christ - Edward White10 pages
Life in Christ - Table of Contents
Conditional Immortality - A study of the Scripture Doctrine on the Nature Of Man, the object of the Divine incarnation, and the conditions of human immortality.
Life in Christ - On The Nature Of The Death Threatened To The Ancestors Of Mankind In Paradise As The Penalty Of Sin.
That the doctrine of the Immortality of the Soul is never once explicitly delivered throughout the whole range of the Jewish and Christian Scriptures is a fact of which every reader may satisfy himself by examination; and it is a fact which long ago has drawn the attention of thoughtful and exact inquirers.
Life in Christ - The Doctrine Of Future Rewards and Punishments in the Old Testament
From these words it is evident, in the first place, that there is no such doctrine as 'everlasting wrath' in the Old Testament: and, secondly, that the holy prophet declares such an intention on God's part as an eternal infliction would necessarily be followed by the 'failure' or cessation of the souls which He has made.
Life in Christ - On the Immortality of the Soul
That the doctrine of the Immortality of the Soul is never once explicitly delivered throughout the whole range of the Jewish and Christian Scriptures is a fact of which every reader may satisfy himself by examination; and it is a fact which long ago has drawn the attention of thoughtful and exact inquirers.
Life in Christ - Preface To The Third Edition
Scripture is silent on man's necessary immortality. From beginning to end it positively labours to impress upon man that he is not an immortal, indestructible, but a dying, perishing creature; who, if he desires to inherit eternal life, must accept it as the free gift of God in Christ
On Regeneration - George Whitefield
If we are not inwardly wrought upon, and changed by the powerful operations of the Holy Spirit, and our moral actions, proceed from a principle of a new nature, we shall be found naked at the great day.
Life in Christ - The Orthodox Doctrine On The Nature And Destiny Of Mankind
For there is nothing less than an infinite difference between a BEING who will so act towards His creatures and one who will not; between a God who will inflict eternal suffering, however slight, whether of mind, or body, or both, on creatures born of a degenerate race, and generally educated in ignorance of divine things, even when intellectually cultivated, and One who will not.
Life in Christ - On The Possibility That Christendom Has Erred On The Doctrine Of Human Destiny.
The general object of this book is to show that here, in the popular doctrine of the soul's immortality, that in its denial we return at once to scientific truth and to sacred Scripture; at the same time clearing the way for the right understanding of the object of the Incarnation
Life in Christ - On The Account Given In Scripture Of The Original Constitution Of Man
The thought of the independent and eternal perpetuity of the ' soul ' of unredeemed man appears never to have glanced across his mind as affording any prospect of future bliss or future being. He does not even allow that apart from redemption, effected by Christ's resurrection, there was any hope of the temporary survival of souls
Life in Christ - Examination Of The Principal Scripture Texts Supposed To Teach The Everlasting Duration Of Sin And Misery
It is morally inconceivable, if it had been the intention of Heaven to convey to mankind, speaking so great a variety of languages, into which the Bible must be translated,—the threatening of torment which should be absolutely endless.
              
Immortality of the Soul or Resurrection of the Dead?8 pages
Immortality of the Soul or Resurrection of the Dead? - Preface
No other publication of mine has provoked such enthusiasm or such violent hostility.
Immortality of the Soul or Resurrection of the Dead? - Introduction
The widespread misunderstanding that the New Testament teaches the immortality of the soul was actually encouraged by the rock-like post-Easter conviction of the first disciples that the bodily Resurrection of Christ had robbed death of all its horror...
Immortality of the Soul or Resurrection of the Dead? - Chapter 1
Jesus knows that in itself, because death is the enemy of God, to die means to be utterly forsaken.
Immortality of the Soul or Resurrection of the Dead? - Chapter 2
Death is not something natural, willed by God, as in the thought of the Greek philosohers; it is rather something unnatural, abnormal, opposed to God.
Immortality of the Soul or Resurrection of the Dead? - Chapter 3
We are tempted to associate these powerful affirmations with the Greek thought of the immortality of the soul, and in this way to rob them of their content.
Immortality of the Soul or Resurrection of the Dead? - Chapter 4
The chronological tension which I constantly stress, concerns precisely this central point death is conquered, but it will not be abolished until the End.
Immortality of the Soul or Resurrection of the Dead? - Conclusion
On his missionary journeys Paul surely met people who were unable to believe in his preaching of the resurrection for the very reason that they believed in the immortality of the soul.
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Immortality or Resurrection? - Samuele Bacchiocchi6 pages
Immortality or Resurrection?
Immortality or Resurrection? provides a fresh, challenging, and thorough review of biblical teaching on human nature and destiny. It is clear, readable, and provocative, and deserves to be widely read.
Immortality or Resurrection? The Debate Over Human Nature And Destiny
Reading the scholarly literature in this field, one almost gets the impression that Christianity is coming out of a stupor and is suddenly discovering that for too long it has held to a view of human nature derived from Platonic dualism rather than from Biblical wholism.
Immortality or Resurrection? The Old Testament View Of Human Nature
The question posed by the Psalmist: What is man that thou art mindful of him? (Ps 8:4) is one of the most fundamental questions that anyone could consider. It is fundamental because its answer determines the way we view ourselves, this world, redemption, and our ultimate destiny.
Immortality or Resurrection? The Biblical View of Death
Few teachings have troubled the human conscience over the centuries more than the traditional view of hell as the place where the lost suffer conscious punishment in body and soul for all eternity.
Immortality or Resurrection? Hell: Eternal Torment Or Annihilation?
Few teachings have troubled the human conscience over the centuries more than the traditional view of hell as the place where the lost suffer conscious punishment in body and soul for all eternity.
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The Duration and Nature of Future Punishment25 pages
Nature Of Future Punishment - Introduction
The wicked are to be literally destroyed by the fire of Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 2
What Christ has here said of one class of sinners he has elsewhere said in equally strong language of all who reject Him. He that believeth not the Son shall not see life
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 1
What Christ has here said of one class of sinners he has elsewhere said in equally strong language of all who reject Him. He that believeth not the Son shall not see life
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 20
Universalism - No language can express too strongly our conviction of the danger as well as the error of this view.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Preface To The Fifth Edition
The first edition of our work on the Duration and Nature of Future Punishment and within that period the views advocated on our side have made very considerable progress.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Author's Preface
This doctrine has made the Bible ten thousand times more precious to me than it was before has made Christ more honoured and the Great Father more loved.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 3
What Christ has here said of one class of sinners he has elsewhere said in equally strong language of all who reject Him. He that believeth not the Son shall not see life
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 4
We will first draw attention to the fact that the punishment of the wicked is as frequently described as their death in the New Testament as in the Old, without the smallest effort to show that its terms death or to die have any new sense placed on them.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 5
We hear from Tertullian what we do not hear from John, that the souls of the wicked are immortal: we hear from Augustine what we do not hear from Christ, that the existence of the lost is as indestructible as that of God himself.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 6
We will thank our readers to look carefully at the foregoing table. It contains the words by which the New Testament describes future punishment, either in the way of infliction or deprivation, as that the wicked will suffer death (Thanatos ), and will be deprived of life (Zoe)
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 7
The wicked shall be dashed in pieces like a potter's vessel; they shall be like the beasts that perish, like the untimely fruit of a woman; like a whirlwind that passes away
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 8
We fully believe that this question of resurrection, fairly and honestly discussed, will form one link in that vast accumulative line of evidence which binds us irresistibly to the belief in the final destruction of the wicked as the doctrine of God's word.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 9
WE now approach a very solemn question—the question of Divine Justice. We approach it with the deep reverence that becomes a creature when he scans and judges the conduct of his Maker.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 10
So plainly is the end of evil insisted on in Scripture that men of the most opposite opinions on the question of future punishment are forced to maintain that according to their system evil is truly and really brought to an end.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 11
The texts we refer to are texts which are most commonly and most boldly advanced by Augustinian theorists in proof of their view. We think a fair and candid examination of them will show that instead of supporting they condemn their view.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 12
The unfaithful servant has time to bewail his want of fidelity, and the hypocrite to see that the part he has chosen is a bitter and a hard one.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 13
THE question of future punishment cannot be considered at all adequately without giving marked attention to its influence on the question of missions to the heathen
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 14
It is the Augustinian theory which endangers faith, and has made shipwreck of faith in the case of multitudes, by representing God as a Being of boundless injustice, caprice, and cruelty.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 15
IT has been so often asserted that the theory of Augustine (eternal torment) was the theory always held in the Christian Church, that our treatise would not be complete if we did not show that such was not the case. We wholly deny it.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 16
We will first show reason for concluding that on this question of future punishment Justin agreed with final extinction of the wicked.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 17
We will first show reason for concluding that on this question of future punishment Justin agreed with final extinction of the wicked.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 18
It is indeed instructive thus to note the origin, among men of the lowest character, of views, which, subsequently adopted by men of a far higher reputation, have for long centuries depraved and corrupted the doctrine of the church.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 19
IN Athenagoras, Tatian, and the spurious works attributed to Clement of Rome, we have the earliest known advocates of the theory of eternal life in hell. From their writings we gather the marvellous power which the introduction of the Platonic dogma of the soul's immortality had upon the doctrine of punishment.
Nature Of Future Punishment - Chapter 21
AND now we bring our work to its close. Its argument has led us to the most glorious hope and expectation which a being loving God can possibly entertain—the termination of moral evil.
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The Immortality of the Soul: A Protest7 pages
The Immortality of the Soul: A Protest
A growing number of well-known Christian leaders, such as Dr. David R. Reagan, John R. Stott, Greg Boyd, Roger Forster, Philip Hughes, Michael Green, Stephen Travis, and Clark Pinnock have declared support for the biblical doctrine of conditional immortality.
The Immortality of the Soul: A Protest - Chapter One
A growing number of well-known Christian leaders, such as Dr. David R. Reagan, John R. Stott, Greg Boyd, Roger Forster, Philip Hughes, Michael Green, Stephen Travis, and Clark Pinnock have declared support for the biblical doctrine of conditional immortality.
The Immortality of the Soul: A Protest - Chapter Two
A growing number of well-known Christian leaders, such as Dr. David R. Reagan, John R. Stott, Greg Boyd, Roger Forster, Philip Hughes, Michael Green, Stephen Travis, and Clark Pinnock have declared support for the biblical doctrine of conditional immortality.
The Immortality of the Soul: A Protest - Chapter Three
A growing number of well-known Christian leaders, such as Dr. David R. Reagan, John R. Stott, Greg Boyd, Roger Forster, Philip Hughes, Michael Green, Stephen Travis, and Clark Pinnock have declared support for the biblical doctrine of conditional immortality.
The Immortality of the Soul: A Protest - Chapter Four
A growing number of well-known Christian leaders, such as Dr. David R. Reagan, John R. Stott, Greg Boyd, Roger Forster, Philip Hughes, Michael Green, Stephen Travis, and Clark Pinnock have declared support for the biblical doctrine of conditional immortality.
The Immortality of the Soul: A Protest - Chapter Five
A growing number of well-known Christian leaders, such as Dr. David R. Reagan, John R. Stott, Greg Boyd, Roger Forster, Philip Hughes, Michael Green, Stephen Travis, and Clark Pinnock have declared support for the biblical doctrine of conditional immortality.
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The Hypothesis of Conditional Immortality - Huntington2 pages
The Hypothesis of Conditional Immortality
Luther - I permit the Pope to establish articles of faith for himself and for his own faithful—such are...that the soul is immortal.
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Audio Files - Hell, Conditional Immortality, Annihilationism Under Fire3 pages
Hell Under Fire - CIANZ Annual Conference Address
Hell Under Fire - CIANZ Annual Conference Address - Part 2
Hell Under Fire - CIANZ Annual Conference Address
         
Church - Ecclesiology16 pages
The Urgent Need For Reformation in Pastoral Ministry
The early church had an open system of communication which permitted questions or even differing viewpoints, but we, in contrast, have preferred a closed one
Is Attending Church A Spectator Event?
If we are to see genuine church renewal, we must begin to speak out against false ecclesiastical traditions and practices. We must rethink our views of the local church, its ministry, and its form of church leadership.
Problems and Limitations of the Traditional "Sermon" Concept
The very notion of a formal and professionalized 'sermon' comes not from the New Testament, but from Greek culture
Are Seminaries Legitimate?
Numerous inherent problems exist within the seminary system. Feeling the weight of these problems, some educators are calling for a renewal in theological education while others have simply given up on the hope of seeing genuine improvement.
Christianity and The Early Church
Church Leaders and the Use of Honorific Titles
The Lord Jesus, in His condemnation of the Pharisees recorded in Matthew 23, plainly forbids His followers from either giving or receiving honorific titles.
Feeding Sheep or Amusing Goats
the Church has gradually toned down her testimony, then winked at and excused the frivolities of the day
Is Age Segregation Biblical?
And so our proposition here is that this whole idea of age segregation is unbiblical. If all you had was the Bible would you come up with age segregation?
Church Buildings or House-Churches?
Biblical and practical advantages for the Church to meeting within homes
Is My Church Really A New Testament Church?
Is My Church Really A New Testament Church? | Many churches claim to base all that they do upon the New Testament, but the sad fact is that most churches claiming to be evangelical practice very little of what the Scriptures have patterned for local assemblies.
What does it mean to PREACH?
Is preaching in the Church Biblical? | It is significant, that the people mentioned as preaching in the Bible were people who were involved in missionary work. John the Baptist as well as Jesus and his 12 Disciples and the witnesses to their miracles were proclaiming a new message to unbelieving or ignorant Jews.
Is the One-Pastor System Scriptural?
Is the One-Pastor System Scriptural? | Where also is the notion that the public ministry of the Word is to be confined to one man in a local church, and that it is contingent upon him being
Quitting Church: Why the Faithful Are Fleeing
Quitting Church: Why the Faithful Are Fleeing. I have heard from countless Christians who are fed up with their choices when it comes to attending “church.
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Church Leaders and the Use of Honorific Titles.pdf
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The Biblical Church - Beresford Job2 pages
A Challenge to Unscriptural Traditions and Practice - Job Beresford - Video Series
The Biblical Church - Job Beresford's audio teachings on Church tradition vs the Scriptures based on his book The Biblical Church. The Tradition of the Elders | The Tradition of the Early Church Fathers - Part 1 and 2
Beresford Job - A Challenge to Unscriptural Traditions
The Biblical Church - Job Beresford's audio teachings on Church tradition vs the Scriptures based on his book The Biblical Church. The Tradition of the Elders | The Tradition of the Early Church Fathers - Part 1 and 2
              
Clergy / Laity1 page
The "Clergy/Laity" Distinction: A Help or a Hindrance to the Body of Christ?
While the clergy/laity distinction is embedded and assumed in religious circles, it cannot be found in the New Testament. It reared up its ugly head in the third century, long after Christ's apostles died.
              
Dressing-up for Church1 page
The Origin of Dressing Up for Church
Dressing up for church became a popular practice in the first half of the nineteenth century, first in England, then northern Europe and America, as a consequence of the industrial revolution and the emergence of the middle class.
              
The Priesthood of All Believers3 pages
The Priesthood of All Believers
The Priesthood of All Believers | Christians can rejoice! Why? They have been greatly honored by God. The triune God chose them from all eternity, from all the people of the world.
The Priesthood of All Believers
The Priesthood of All Believers | Christians can rejoice! Why? They have been greatly honored by God. The triune God chose them from all eternity, from all the people of the world.
The Priesthood of All Believers
The Priesthood of All Believers | Christians can rejoice! Why? They have been greatly honored by God. The triune God chose them from all eternity, from all the people of the world.
              
The Bible Without Comment1 page
The Bible Without Comment
Scofield's footnotes and his systematized schemes of hermeneutics have been memorized by many as religiously as have verses of the Bible. It is not at all uncommon to hear devout men recite these footnotes prefaced by the words, The Bible says...
         
Misc. Articles, Sermons, etc.46 pages
On Keeping the Heart
The greatest difficulty in conversion, is to win the heart to God; and the greatest difficulty after conversion, is to keep the heart with God. Here lies the very force and stress of religion; here is that which makes the way to life a narrow way, and the gate of heaven a strait gate.
A Biblical Perspective on the Rich
Bible verses regarding money | Whoever loves money never has enough; whoever loves wealth is never satisfied with his income. This too is meaningless. Ecclesiastes 5:10 | Are you richer than you think? /
Bible Reading - J. C. Ryle
Next to praying there is nothing so important in practical religion as Bible-reading.
Children and the Rod of Correction
Christian Hedonism
By Christian Hedonism, I do not mean that our happiness is the highest good. I mean that pursuing the highest good will always result in our greatest happiness in the end.
Christian Practice - Evidence of Grace
Men that live in ways of sin, and yet flatter themselves that they shall go to heaven, or expect to be received hereafter as holy persons, without a holy life and practice, act as though they expected to make a fool of their Judge.
Football: Should Christians Be Involved?
Should Christians be involved in organized sports?
How Should Christians Watch TV?
The illusionary world of most television programming runs from reality, distorts and makes enticing a way of life that is a lie. Let us instead, with all our minds seek God's truth, and do all to the glory of God.
Love in 1 Corinthians 4
Love suffers long and is kind; love does not envy; love does not parade itself, is not puffed up; does not behave rudely, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.
Meditating On The Future Life
John Calvin - Institutes of the Christian Religion - Meditating On The Future Life
Modesty, Clothing & God
In today's world, modesty is a very serious issue for the Christian. Even ABC News referred to the modern female fashions as
Shocks Youth Message Stuns Hearers
This is a Shockingly Powerful & Biblical message preached to about 5,000 youth in a day when youth are appealed to through shallow and worldly means.
Soul Idolatry Excludes Men out of Heaven
You can be sure that no immoral, impure, or covetous person will inherit the Kingdom of Christ and of God. For a such a person is really an idolater who worships the things of this world. Ephesians 5:5
The Bible Doctrine of the Separated Life
When a particular course of conduct is demonstrated to be sinful, that is, contrary to the moral law of God, then separation from such conduct is required of the Christian by God himself.
The Christian and Entertainment
All the emphasis in our society is on having a good time. Everyone has to have fun in some way every day. Forgotten is the truth that God has put man on earth to work. . . Life is viewed as a playground, rather than a workplace or a battlefield.
The Christian's Relationship To The Mosaic Law
What we find in Galatians affords strong confirmation to the view that the experience described in Romans 7 is that of a conscientious unconverted Israelite, and not at all a Christian experience.
The Makings of a Christian Marriage
Culture does play a very significant role in our attitudes and actions regarding marriage. The Christian must not be shaped by his culture, but by the cross of Christ, the Word of God, and the Spirit of God
Is God’s Love “Conditional” or “Unconditional”?
We must address the question: Is God's love unconditional? Or are there any conditions that must be met to become a recipient of His love?
The Preciousness of Time and the Importance of Redeeming It
Time is the more to be prized by men, because a whole eternity depends upon it; and yet we have but a little of time. “Our life; what is it? It is but a vapour which appears for a little time, and then vanishes away.” James 4:14. It is but as a moment to eternity. Time is so short, and the work which we have to do in it is so great, that we have none of it to spare.
The Saint Must Walk Alone
Most of the world's great souls have been lonely. Loneliness seems to be one price the saint must pay for his saintliness.
Why I Don't Have a Television and Rarely Go to Movies
Whatever dulls the eyes of our mind from seeing Christ powerfully and purely is destroying us.
Tithing is Unscriptural Under the New Covenant
Some shocking truths about Christian teaching on tithing. | Abraham never tithed on his own personal property or livestock. | Tithing in the Church first appears centuries after completion of the Bible.
Ought the Church to Pray for Revival?
We must not confuse church reformation with revivalism. The two are completely different. Church reformation is the calling of all the people of God always. But church reformation begins with the child of God on his knees confessing his sins. There is not anything more important in church reformation than this. If it does not start with the Christian daily confessing his sins, there will not be church reformation.
The Snare of Service
The witness of our lives is far more weighty than that of our lips. If we spent more time in secret communion with Christ, people would take knowledge of us that we had “been with Jesus” (Acts 4:13). | The effect of the term in regards to the Christian life
Ten Indictments Against the Modern Church
Paul Washer delivers a urgent appeal to the Christians and Churches in North America that many have been believing a false gospel and have false assurance of their salvation.
Why Does Socialism Always Fail?
Socialism is the 20th century's greatest tragedy. Although its evangelists promised equality, prosperity and security, it was only responsible for misery, poverty, and absolutely 100% of the time ended up in tyranny.
Sanctification
Thomas Watson - The word sanctification signifies to consecrate and set apart to a holy use: thus they are sanctified persons who are separated from the world.
Sanctification - Its Nature
J. C. Ryle - Where there is no holy life, there has been no holy birth. This is a hard saying, but a Biblical truth; whomever is born of God, it is written,
The Carnal Christian - by Carl C. Reisinger
Many who regularly occupy church pews, fill church rolls, and are intellectually acquainted with the facts of the gospel never strike one blow for Christ. They seem to be at peace with his enemies. They have no quarrel with sin and, apart from a few sentimental expressions about Christ, there is no biblical evidence that they have experienced anything of the power of the gospel in their lives.
A Biblical Perspective on Money.pdf
Bible Reading - Ryle.pdf
Love in First Corinthians Thirteen.pdf
Calvin Institutes of Christian Religion.pdf
Soul Idolatry Excludes Men out of Heaven.pdf
The Christian and Entertainment.pdf
mosaic-law.pdf
The Saint Must Walk Alone - Tozer.pdf
Why I Do not have a tv.pdf
Tithing is Unscriptural Under the New Covenant
Some shocking truths about Christian teaching on tithing. | Abraham never tithed on his own personal property or livestock. | Tithing in the Church first appears centuries after completion of the Bible.
Ought the Church to Pray for Revival.pdf
The Snare of Service.pdf
Ten Indictments.pdf
A Call to Separation
This passage gives utterance to a Divine exhortation for those belonging to Christ to hold aloof from all intimate associations with the ungodly.
A Biblical Perspective on the Rich.pdf
A Call to Separation.pdf
A-Call-to-Separation.pdf
              
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life27 pages
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life - Now, who that lacks this general sincere intention, can be reckoned a Christian? And yet if it was among Christians, it would change the whole face of the world: true piety, and exemplary holiness, would be as common and visible, as buying and selling, or any trade in life.
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life - Now, who that lacks this general sincere intention, can be reckoned a Christian? And yet if it was among Christians, it would change the whole face of the world: true piety, and exemplary holiness, would be as common and visible, as buying and selling, or any trade in life.
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life - Now, who that lacks this general sincere intention, can be reckoned a Christian? And yet if it was among Christians, it would change the whole face of the world: true piety, and exemplary holiness, would be as common and visible, as buying and selling, or any trade in life.
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life - Now, who that lacks this general sincere intention, can be reckoned a Christian? And yet if it was among Christians, it would change the whole face of the world: true piety, and exemplary holiness, would be as common and visible, as buying and selling, or any trade in life.
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
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A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
Law A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life.pdf
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
A Serious Call To A Devout And Holy Life
              
Filthy Rags?2 pages
Filthy Rags?
Is the Christian's righteousness as filthy rags? The obvious teaching of the Bible is that acts of virtue and goodness are pleasing to God. How will Christ judge the saints according to their works if He already esteems them repugnant?
Filthy Rags.pdf
         
The Parousia: A Careful Look at Our Lord's Second Coming45 pages
The Parousia: A Careful Look at Our Lord's Second Coming - by James Stuart Russell
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: All Comparative Scripture Charts
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, , Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: About the Author
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Preface
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Last Words of Old Testament Prophecy
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Parousia in the Gospels
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Synoptical Gospels
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Consumation of the Kingdom of God
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Interrogatory of the Disciples
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Our Lord's declaration before the High Priest.
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Gospel of Saint John
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Appendix to Part I
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Acts of the Apostles
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Apostolic Epistles
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Second Epistle to the Thessalonians
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the First Epistle to the Corinthians
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Second Epistle to the Corinthians
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Epistle to the Galatians
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Epistle to the Romans
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Epistle to the Colossians
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the First Epistle to Timothy
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Second Epistle of Timothy
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Epistle to Titus
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Epistle to the Hebrews
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Epistle of St. James
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the First Epistle of St. Peter
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Second Epistle of St. Peter
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the First Epistle of St. John
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Epistle of St. Jude
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Appendix to Part II
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: In the Apocalypse
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Message to the Seven Churches
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Third Vision
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Forth Vision
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Fifth Vision
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Sixth Vision
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Seventh Vision
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Summary and Conclusion
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Appendix to Part III
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Afterword
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
Parousia_Russell.pdf
The Parousia: Episode of the Angel and the Open Book
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: Mystery of the Scarlet Beast
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
The Parousia: The Fall of Babylon
The Second Coming of Christ | The Parousia in the Gospels and Epistles | Note: End of the Age not The End of the World | Apostolic Commission, Apostasy, Judgment, Wrath
Parousia_Russell.pdf
         
Catechism for Girls and Boys2 pages
Catechism for Girls and Boys
This Catechism has been made available to help you teach your children the Word of God.
heidelberg.pdf
         
Others May, You Cannot1 page
Others May, You Cannot
God’s call will put such demands of obedience on you that you will not be able to follow other people, or measure yourself by other Christians. At times, He will let other people do things which He will not let you do.
         
Abortion1 page
The Hard Truth About Abortion
52% of women obtaining abortions in the U.S. are younger than 25: Women aged 20-24 obtain 32% of all abortions; Teenagers obtain 20% and girls under 15 account for 1.2%
         
Eschatology14 pages
Jerusalem in the Old Testament
The purpose of the present paper is to consider the topic of Jerusalem in the Old Testament both in its own terms and from the perspective of Christian interpretation.
Matthew 24 The End of the Holy City: Jerusalem and Josephus
This article explains the historical background to the prophecies of Jesus by an eye witness to their fulfillment, Josephus, the Sanhedrin-appointed governor of Galilee, and the main source of our knowledge of the time.
A Christian Approach To Old Testament Prophecy Concerning Israel
The issue of Old Testament prophecy needs to be examined in the light of the total perspective which pervades the Old Testament, namely God's purpose for the whole of humanity and for the whole earth.
The Beast of Revelation Identified
The Beast of Revelation Identified | The truth of the matter is John dogmatically states that the events of Revelation were shortly to take place and that the time is near.
The Significance of A.D. 70 in Biblical Prophecy
It is no exaggeration to say that the Fall of Jerusalem is the most significant national event in the history of the world.
Table of New Testament Scriptures Relating to the Second Coming of Christ
Eschatological table of passages relating to the second coming of Christ.
Apocalypse of the Gospels
Is it not strange that any careful student of our Lord's teaching should fail to understand his answer to this very question ? The disciples asked, definitely, WHEN shall it be ? And Jesus proceeded to foretell a variety of things which they would live to see.
Commentary on Matthew 24 - Adam Clarke
Adam Clarke - Commentary on Matthew 24. This chapter contains a prediction of the utter destruction of the city and temple of Jerusalem, and the subversion of the whole political constitution of the Jews; and is one of the most valuable portions of the new covenant Scriptures, with respect to the evidence which it furnishes of the truth of Christianity.
Commentary on Matthew 24 - J. B. Lightfoot
J. B. Lightfoot - Commentary on Matthew 24. Hence it appears plain enough, that the foregoing verses are not to be understood of the last judgment, but, as we said, of the destruction of Jerusalem. There were some among the disciples (particularly John), who lived to see these things come to pass.
Comings of God in History
The witness of our lives is far more weighty than that of our lips. If we spent more time in secret communion with Christ, people would take knowledge of us that we had 'been with Jesus' (Acts 4:13). | The effect of the term in regards to the Christian life
The Consummation of the pre-Messianic Age and the Parousia of Christ
Why must the coming of the Son of man on the clouds to execute judgment on that generation be understood or explained in any other way than we explain Jehovah's riding upon a swift cloud, and coming to execute judgment on Egypt, as prophesied in Isa. 19
Destruction of Jerusalem vs. Final Judgment
The issue of Old Testament prophecy needs to be examined in the light of the total perspective which pervades the Old Testament, namely God's purpose for the whole of humanity and for the whole earth.
Identifying True Israel: Following God's Faithful Down the Ages
The diversity of the racial and genetic attributes of various Jewish colonies of today renders any unified racial classification of them a contradiction in terms.
The Significance of Ad 70.pdf
         
Church History31 pages
The Destruction Of Jerusalem
An Absolute and Irresistible Proof Of The Divine Origin Of Christianity: Including A Narrative Of The Calamities Which Befel The Jews Relative to that event.
Christ and Israel
Orthodox Judaism regards Christianity as the custodian of myths and fables and heretical ideas based on anti Semitic instincts.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter One
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
Quotes from the Ante Nicene Fathers
Quotes from the Ante Nicene Fathers - Therefore, brethren, by doing the will of the Father, and keeping the flesh holy, and observing the commandments of the Lord, we will obtain eternal life.
Luther's 95 Theses
Luther changed the course of human history when he nailed his 95 Theses to the church door at Wittenberg, accusing the Roman Catholic church of heresy upon heresy.
The History of the English Bible
English Bible History: Discover the fascinating history of how we got the Bible in the English language, from Wycliffe, Tyndale, Luther, to King Henry VIII and King James
Christ and Israel.pdf
The Pre-Reformation History of the Bible From 1,400 BC to 1,400 AD
J. B. Lightfoot - Commentary on Matthew 24. Hence it appears plain enough, that the foregoing verses are not to be understood of the last judgment, but, as we said, of the destruction of Jerusalem. There were some among the disciples (particularly John), who lived to see these things come to pass.
John Wycliffe
Read the fascinating story of John Wycliffe, the first person to translate the Bible into English, and the “Morning Star of the Reformation.”
John Hus
Read the fascinating story of John Hus, follower of John Wycliffe, and great hero and martyr of Christian history.
Johann Gutenberg
Read the fascinating story of Johann Gutenberg, inventor of the movable-type printing press, whose Latin Bible was the first book ever printed in 1455.
Thomas Linacre
Read the fascinating story of Thomas Linacre, Oxford scholar, humanist, and reformer, whose Greek studies boldly showed the corruptness of the Latin Vulgate.
John Colet
Read the fascinating story of John Colet, great hero of the Reformation, who boldly preached the scripture publicly in English, despite the church’s “Latin Only” policies.
Erasmus
In considering the experiences of Linacre and Colet, the great scholar Erasmus was so moved to correct the corrupt Latin Vulgate, that in 1516, with the help of printer John Froben, he published a Greek-Latin Parallel New Testament.
William Tyndale
Read the fascinating story of William Tyndale, first person to print an English language New Testament, reformation leader, hero, and martyr of Christian history.
Martin Luther
Read the fascinating story of Martin Luther, history’s most important reformer, first person to translate and print the Bible in German, and great hero of Christian history.
Myles Coverdale
Read the fascinating story of Myles Coverdale, the first person to print an English language Bible in 1535, and contributor to other early English Bible printings.
John "Thomas Matthew" Rogers
Read the fascinating story of John Rogers, a.k.a. “Thomas Matthew”, first person to print a direct-translation English Bible, and first martyr of Queen “Bloody” Mary.
Thomas Cranmer
Read the fascinating story of Thomas Cranmer, contributor to King Henry VIII’s Great Bible, and martyr for his Christian faith under Queen “Bloody” Mary.
King Henry VIII
Read the fascinating story of King Henry VIII, founder of the Anglican Church (Church of England), and first king to authorize an English language Bible.
Queen “Bloody” Mary
Read the fascinating story of Queen Mary I, a.k.a. “Bloody Mary”, mass-murderer, and Papist, whose bloody reign made many Protestants into martyrs for their faith.
John Foxe
Read the fascinating story of John Foxe, author of Foxe’s Book of Martyrs, history’s only complete record of all known martyrs of the early Christian church.
John Calvin
Read the fascinating story of John Calvin, Protestant Reformer, author of Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion, father of “Calvinism”, and the Presbyterian church.
John Knox
Read the fascinating story of John Knox, the great Reformer of Scotland, who at the age of 50 married a lady of only 17!
King James I
Read the fascinating and controversial story of King James, whose 1611 English Bible became the most printed book in the history of the world.
John Bunyan
Read the fascinating story of John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim’s Progress, one of the greatest Puritan writers, imprisoned for his convictions regarding public preaching.
John Eliot
Read the fascinating story of John Eliot, the first person to print a Bible in America in 1663, and a famous evangelist to native American Indians.
Noah Webster
Read the fascinating story of Noah Webster, father of the modern Dictionary, and translator of the Bible in early colonial America.
The History of the English Bible.pdf
Johann Gutenberg
Read the fascinating story of Johann Gutenberg, inventor of the movable-type printing press, whose Latin Bible was the first book ever printed in 1455.
Luther-theses.pdf
              
The Wars Of The Jews - Josephus13 pages
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Two
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Three
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Four
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Five
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Six
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Seven
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Eight
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Nine
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Ten
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Eleven
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Twelve
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews - Chapter Thirteen
The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem | That neither did any other city ever suffer such miseries, nor did any age ever breed a generation more fruitful in wickedness than this was, from the beginning of the world | From the coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem, to the great extremity to which the Jews were reduced.
The Wars Of The Jews.pdf
         
R. C. Sproul Video4 pages
R. C. Sproul - The Last Days According to Jesus
The Holiness of God is Ligonier Ministries' most popular and enduring series. Literally thousands of people have testified to a transforming encounter with God through this series.
R. C. Sproul - 5 Things Every Christian Needs to Grow
In this video series R. C. talks about his book 5 Things Every Christian Needs to Grow. It is an important resource for new believers to learn these spiritual disciplines and become grounded in the Christian faith in a way that anyone can understand.
R. C. Sproul - The Holiness of God Video Series
The Holiness of God is Ligonier Ministries' most popular and enduring series. Literally thousands of people have testified to a transforming encounter with God through this series.
R. C. Sproul - Christ the Only Way
Why is God so narrow-minded? The accusation is a serious one against a holy and righteous God - that He has not done enough to provide redemption for mankind.
         
Theology11 pages
Antinomianism
The term Antinomianism is employed to denote a system of doctrine which naturally leads to licentiousness of life.
Of Justification by Faith and Works
Salvation by faith and works, is a plain, and very intelligible scripture-truth. But salvation partly by faith and partly by works, is a false and groundless explication of the matter, proceeding either from art, or ignorance.
Scriptural Evidence for the Triune God
The following questions are designed to show the utter fallacy of the contention that eternal torment is a scriptural doctrine. It is those who believe in eternal torment who must twist the scriptures, all the while accusing others of doing the same.
Scriptural Evidence for the Triune God
The following questions are designed to show the utter fallacy of the contention that eternal torment is a scriptural doctrine. It is those who believe in eternal torment who must twist the scriptures, all the while accusing others of doing the same.
The Christian's Relationship To The Mosaic Law
In emphasizing the important truth that the believer is not under the Law must not obscure the important fact that the state of the believer is not one of lawlessness - far from it.
The Lordship Controversy and Repentance
Both the Lordship and the Non-Lordship teachers believe in repentance. Their disagreements stem from what they believe the Bible teaches about repentance. The differences have some serious implications and consequences affecting the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith.
The Word-Faith Movement
I, for one, am embarrassed by the Word-Faith teachers and I am ashamed to be represented by them. These men represent Christianity to millions. They present a false picture of what it means to be a Christian and I think it is abhorrent.
Antinomianism.pdf
Justification by Faith and Works - William Law.pdf
Justification by Faith Alone
Justification - The sinner comes to Him, rests in Him, trusts in Him, is one with Him, abides in Him; and this is life because it never, ever, ends.
Justification-by-Faith-and-Works-William-Law.pdf
         
All the Prayers in the Bible2 pages
All the Prayers In the Old Testament
All the Prayers in the Old and New Testaments | The Bible refers to the word prayer or expresses a prayer in 61 of its 66 books, making close to 1,100 distinct references to and about prayer.
All the Prayers in the Old Testament
All the Prayers in the New Testament | The Bible refers to the word prayer or expresses a prayer in 61 of its 66 books, making close to 1,100 distinct references to and about prayer.
         
Piper1 page
John Piper Video Sermons
John is the author of more than 30 books and more than 25 years of his preaching and teaching is available free at desiringGod.org.
    
Video - Sermons, Debates, Hymns, Praise, Documentaries3 pages
Videos - Biblical Arguments for Conditional Immortality
Biblical arguments for Conditional Immortality or Annihilationism
Christian Videos - Sermons, Debates, and Documentaries
Christian Videos, Sermons, Debates, and Documentaries - R. C. Sproul, Paul Washer, John Piper, Ravi Zacharias, Dawkins-Lennox debate.
Christian Music Videos
Christian Music Videos, Amy Grant, Brooke Fraser, Hymns, Maranatha Praise, Hillsong, contemporary
         
Playlists25 pages
Apologetics - Dr. William Lane Craig
Apologetics - Dr. William Lane Craig - 53 Videos
Battle to Discredit the Bible
Videos - Battle to discredit the Bible
Apologetics - Carm
Apologetics - Carm - 100 Videos
Dr. James White
Apologetics - Dr. James White - 54 Videos
Apologetics - Gary Habermas
Apologetics - Gary Habermas - 100 Videos
Jesus a Liar, a Lunatic, a Legend or God?
Apologetic Videos - Jesus a Liar, a Lunatic, a Legend or God?
The Life of Jesus: Lord, Liar or Lunatic?
A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic—on a level with the man who says he is a poached egg—or else he would be the Devil of Hell.
Josh McDowell - Is the Bible Reliable?
Josh McDowell - Is the Bible Reliable?
Mere Christianity - C. S. Lewis
Mere Christianity - C. S. Lewis
Apologetics - Ravi Zacharias
Apologetics - Ravi Zacharias - Defending the Faith
The Historical Jesus
Evidence for the historical Jesus - William Lane Craig - Videos
The Real Jesus
The Real Jesus - A Defense of the Historicity and Divinity of Christ
Apologetics - Tim Keller
Apologetics - Tim Keller - Defending the Faith
Amy Grant
Amy Grant christian music videos
Brooke Fraser
Brooke Fraser
Contemporary Christian Music Videos
Contemporary Christian Music Videos
Christian Hymns
Christian Hymns Videos
Christian Hymns
Christian Hymn Videos
Hosanna Praise Videos
Hosanna Praise Videos
Maranatha Praise Music Videos
Videos - Maranatha Praise Music
Kids Praise Songs
Kids Praise Song Videos
Christian Praise Songs
Christian Praise Songs
Steven Curtis Chapman
Steven Curtis Chapman Videos
Paul Washer
Paul Washer Videos
Dust to Glory - R. C. Sproul
Bible Video presentation by R. C. Sproul
    
Audio Files - Hell, Conditional Immortality, Annihilationism 1 page
Hell According to Scripture - mp3 Audio Files
Christian Audio mp3 - The defense of Conditional Immortality or Annihilationism
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