CAN GOD HATE PEOPLE?by Jeffrey Hagan
Some people claim that a true Calvinist must believe that God hates some people because He sends them to hell. I am a true Calvinist but do not believe that to be true. However, many Calvinists do believe God does hate some people so I thought I would play "devil's advocate" and make a case for their position.
GOD'S LIMITED UNLIMITED LOVEby Jeffrey Hagan
Calvinists are accused of believing that God does not love everybody, but this is simply not true. Sure, some Calvinists do believe God's love is reserved for the elect, but that is not the case for all of us in the Reformed faith.
GUESS WHAT? CALVINISM IS BIBLICAL!by Jeffrey Hagan
People make harsh accusations against Calvinism/Reformed Theology, but truth be told it is the most accurate summary of biblical and systematic theology. This article shows this statement to be true.
WORD OF FAITH IS FOUND WANTINGby Jeffrey Hagan
The Word of Faith movement continues to spread its way through Christianity like a cancer. This article reveals some of the WOF heresies in hopes to reveal truth to those who may have become involved with these teachers.
Wordsby Chris Gambrell
There are many words in the world Good words, bad words, words that climb on rocks; Nice words, mean words, even words with chicken pox.
For Christians to Say That There Is Only One True Faith Makes Perfect Senseby Max Aplin
Christians are often accused of being narrow-minded and arrogant for claiming that there is only one true faith. However, the incarnation, crucifixion and resurrection are events of such enormous significance, that every religion which does not acknowledge them has completely missed the point of God's interactions with the world. There can be only one true faith.
Letter to a Young Pastorby Bobby Bruno
I write to you, Samuel, to guide you through the problems you are having with your new congregation and with the doubts about your calling that keeps you from being all that God has called you to be.
Learning from Historyby Bobby Bruno
What was the impact the early Church made on the contemporary Church? A discussion of three influences from the early Church that can benefit the ministry of the contemporary Church.
Sanctificationby Bobby Bruno
Sanctification is the process by which Christians become more holy every day they walk with Jesus.
Arguments Surrounding Salvationby Bobby Bruno
Who or what is the agency of salvation? Are there any tensions or contradictions when Paul writes about fulfilling the law, or being justified by faith, in order to achieve salvation?
The Value of Graceby Bobby Bruno
The true grace of God is severely lacking in the church of today, both locally and globally. Why are God's creations showering grace upon each other where only God should be the One who extends it?
Conversion or Callby Bobby Bruno
Was the Apostle Paul's salvation a conversion and new birth, or was it a call to preach the Gospel to all people?