Monthly Archives: January 2015

I’m a Traditional Pentecostal, Not a Cheap Grace Charismatic – John Boruff

I’ve reached a point in my walk of faith that I’m much more comfortable viewing myself as a traditional Pentecostal than as a Charismatic Christian. Traditionally, Pentecostals accept holiness and morals, whereas Charismatics tend to be antinomian, cheap grace-oriented, and … Continue reading

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Modern Day Pharisees Exposed! Seven Marks – John Boruff

Modern day Pharisees bear most if not all of the same theological and spiritual characteristics of the Pharisees in the four Gospels. In essence, this is what is meant when someone says a person has a “religious” spirit. It’s actually … Continue reading

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Gospel Anthology: Selected Sermons of Jonathan Edwards and John Wesley, Modernized for Evangelistic Preaching (Book Outline) – John Boruff

1. Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God (Edwards, 1741) 2. Salvation by Faith (Wesley, 1738) 3. The New Birth (Wesley, 1760) 4. The Way of Holiness (Edwards, 1722) 5. A Call to Backsliders (Wesley, 1778) 6. Heaven, A … Continue reading

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Antinomianism – P. G. Mathew

Originally from here. Today I will speak on the subject of antinomianism. Antinomianism comes from two Greek words: anti means against and nomos means law. So antinomianism means against the law, against God’s moral law. It means lawlessness. You know, … Continue reading

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A 15-Year Retrospective on the Lordship Controversy – John MacArthur

Originally from here. It has now been 15 years since The Gospel According to Jesus was first published and the lordship of Christ became a matter of intense debate among evangelicals. That book stood for the simple proposition that the … Continue reading

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THIS IS LOVE: Faith in the Cross and Keeping God’s Commands – John Boruff

THIS IS LOVE: not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has … Continue reading

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Protection Against Fear and Worry – Derek Prince

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