The Author of the Belgic Confession of Faith!

Just as the Belgic Confession itself tends to be slighted, in comparison with the Heidelberg Catechism, which is preached regularly in Reformed Churches, and with the Canons of Dordt, which is always the object of intense study on account of its controversial content, including double predestination, so also the author of the Confession seldom receives …

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Dispensationalism & Orthodoxy!

There are two distinct areas where dispensationalism, which is a theological system, diverges from orthodox New Testament Christianity. There is, to begin with, a consistent  Antinomianism which distinguishes dispensational theology. This one ingredient alone, if shown, destroys completely any claim of dispensationalism to Christianity. A person just cannot be antinomian and Christian in his theology. …

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From the Qur’an to the Bible!

“From the Qur’an to the Bible” “From Muhammad to Jesus” FROM THE QUR’AN 1. The Christian Scriptures Many Muslims and their Clerics speak of the Holy Bible as Muhammad never would. They speak of Christians and Jews that have corrupted the Bible, that it’s not trustworthy. Muhammad did not speak in this way and neither …

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Mankind and the Death Factor!

“All they that hate me love death” (Proverbs 8:36) Sadly, because all men without exception are sinners, the most fundamental factor in understanding anthropology is the Thanatos factor. With entirely non-Freudian implications, the Thanatos Syndrome is simply the natural sinful inclination to death and defilement. All men have morbidly embraced death (Romans 5:12). At the Fall, mankind was suddenly …

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