C.H. Spurgeon: Pragmatism

One of the great evils of the time is that of deliberating about a plain command of Christ, and asking, “What will be the result of it?” What have you to do with results?  “But if I follow Christ in all things, I may lose my position.”  What have you to do with that? When …

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Interview with John MacArthur – Shepherds’ Conference 2010

John MacArthur, in this video, interviewed by Rick Holland at the 2010 Shepherds’ Conference httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc13qIy6zxA Topics include the inception of Shepherds’ Conference, Scripture, Atonement, Baptism, and Worship.

Spurgeon Quotes on Truth (1)

Better in the abyss of truth than on the summit of falsehood.   C.H. Spurgeon The line of truth is narrow as a razor’s edge.  C.H. Spurgeon The safest truth is the simplest.   C.H. Spurgeon We hope to understand the truth better, but we shall never discover better truth.  C.H. Spurgeon He that perverts truth shall …

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Religious Relativism

By Paul Proctor May 23, 2004 NewsWithViews.com How many of you have heard that a church is built on relationships? According to a Pastors.com article by Rick Warren; after polling a group of church members, a friend of his told him he discovered that 93% of the people joined because of the pastor but that …

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A Clarion Call to the Modern Church

More than a decade ago, John MacArthur called modern churches to return to sound doctrine — we need to hear that call again. Christians historically have understood that their calling is to be in the world but not of the world. As Os Guinness pointed out in a perceptive series of articles on the church-growth …

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