C.H. Spurgeon Worldly Preaching – John MacArthur

Last year, I listened to the following video excerpt from a DVD entitled “Does the Truth Matter Anymore?” published by CrossTV, wherein, John MacArthur critiques worldly preaching as he reminds us of the high cost men like Spurgeon were willing to pay to stand up for strong, biblical, Christ-centered teaching – Biblical Truth. You may… Continue Reading


Worldliness – C.H. Spurgeon

C H Spurgeon

It is clear to every one who is willing to see it that laxity of doctrine is either the parent of worldliness, or is in some other way very near akin to it. The men who give up the old faith are the same persons who plead for latitude as to general conduct. The Puritan… Continue Reading


Spurgeon Quote: Amusing Men

C.H. Spurgeon

“I fear there are some who preach with the view of amusing men.” — Spurgeon You may also like:C.H. Spurgeon Worldly Preaching – John MacArthur Worldliness – C.H. SpurgeonResurrection: Jesus Said I AmChrist Did Not Die for Pope To Be Glorified – C.H. SpurgeonC.H. Spurgeon: Righteousness in Christ


The Dangers Of Pragmatism (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3)

Pragmatism : its origin and meaning explained “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction—and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the way that leads to life—and only a few find it.” Matthew 7:13-14 You may also like:The Cost… Continue Reading


The Challenge of Pragmatism

A Blast from the Past Brian McLaren, Rob Bell, and others from the Emergent camp write and speak winsomely about what they are offering, but history, not to mention Scripture, suggests great caution must be exercised at this point. Church historian Iain Murray reminds us that 19th century “liberal theology very rarely presented itself as… Continue Reading