Back when I was one of approximately four people going to heaven, I used to knock on doors to let others know. I didn’t really care that much if they accepted what I had to say; I just knew that in addition to conforming to every “command, example, and necessary inference”¹ in the Bible, I … Continue reading My Pragma Ran Over My Dogma
If we agree that Ephesians 2:1-3 describes the lost state and then say that Romans 7 describes the common Christian experience, then we imply that the gospel produces no significant practical results.
There is only one religion given by God and Christianity is not it. Give a listen and see what I mean. Except for these Chains
Conflict need never hinder the progress of the gospel. This message unpacks the way the early church dealt with three types of conflict in three different ways all with the same result. Resolution in Conflict