What does the term "irresistible grace" mean? Whatever happened to free will? This first article in a short series will attempt to answer those questions.
Salvation is the means by which fallen humanity, separated from God by their sinful nature, are set free from the bondage of sin, reconciled to God the Father, and made qualified to serve in the ministry of the kingdom of God.
A Really Good Question
I received an interesting inquiry following my last article, “No Simple Salvation.” Not for the first time nor the last, my attempt to explain a truth actually clouded an issue that many people have thought settled for many years. This person commented that they were familiar with the ABCs of salvation, because preachers have used … Continue reading A Really Good Question
The Story of the Rest
What was Jesus speaking of when He referred to coming to Him for rest in Matthew 11:28? It may not mean what you think.
God Speaks to the Issue
There are many opinions about who is a Christian, but what does God himself say about the issue?
Who Is a Christian? Part 4
In plain language, a profession of faith that is not supported by the practical application of that faith is not a profession of faith at all and is useless for purposes of salvation.
Who Is a Christian? Part 3
Just who is a Christian? Is there a litmus test we might use to determine whether a person is truly a child of God?
Who Is a Christian, Part 2
A Christian is a person who confesses Christ as Lord and believes in the bodily resurrection of Jesus.
Who Is a Christian, Part 1
One of the questions the evangelical church must be able to answer with strong conviction and with strong biblical support is “Who Is a Christian?”