Inerrancy Summit – Day One – commenced with an opening address from John MacArthur. John MacArthur began by reminiscing about the meetings that led up to the 1978 Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy. In an ironic turn of events, John left those meetings—where the Word of God was faithfully exalted—only to fly back to California […]
Are you a Christian?
Many people who claim to be point to some event in the past to substantiate their claim. But inviting Jesus to come into your life in the past is not proof that you are genuinely saved. In 2 Corinthians 13:5 Paul says to the Corinthian church, “Examine yourselves, whether you are in the faith; prove yourselves (emphasis added).” He wouldn’t have said that if some event in the past were obviously the answer. The Bible never verifies anyone’s salvation by the past but by the present. If there is no evidence of salvation in your life now, you need to face the fact that you may not be a Christian. You need to examine yourself to see whether you are in the faith. How does one do that? Jesus shows us in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7).
The Distinguishing Mark of a Christian
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.