Monthly Archives: June 2013

Scripture must govern our facts

I was recently reading Satan Cast Out by Frederick Leahy.  Though the book is about biblical demonology, these two quotations related to biblical interpretation stood out to me as of particular importance given the prevailing views in many denominations that science … Continue reading

Posted in Hermeneutics, quotes

Mark 10:17-27 Eternal Life: Free gift or Wage?

Have you ever confused a gift with a wage? Marketing scams are notorious for this.  Here is a free gift – a cruise, a set of knives, or some other trinket, if you sit through our presentation.  Again, this isn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Mark, Sermons

A Response to Edwin Walhout’s Tomorrow’s Theology in the June 2013 Issue of The Banner

It is with sadness that I am forced to write such a letter.  I am saddened that our denominational magazine The Banner would publish an article that doesn’t build up faith but instead tears it down, calling into question main … Continue reading

Posted in apologetic | 1 Comment

The Kingdom belongs to such as these (Mark 10:13-16)

We live in a world where children are not valued for who they truly are – people created in the image of God. Simply put, the world views children as an inconvenience and a hassle.  Whether it is through the … Continue reading

Posted in Mark, Sermons

Godly leaders and Godly followers (Hebrews 13:17)

Heb. 13:17 Obey your leaders and submit to their authority. They keep watch over you as men who must give an account. Obey them so that their work will be a joy, not a burden, for that would be of … Continue reading

Posted in Hebrews, Sermons