Baptist Dysfunction #2

I was raised on the old B-A-P-T-I-S-T below. These are the things that supposedly made us ‘distinctive’ in our faith. But as I’m reading and learning, I’m discovering that most -if not all- of these do not mean what they used to… what they’re supposed to. This post will focus on the Priesthood of the Believer & Individual Soul Liberty.

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Baptist Dysfunction #1

I have so encouraged to see a resurgence among young independent fundamental baptists calling for a revolution back to truth. It is encouraging to hear the stories from so many who are prayerfully seeking balance in their faith, their families, and their ministries. For too long, legalists have ruled, dictators have oppressed, and ignorance prevailed.

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Hope Lives

On April 10, on Fox and Friends, Bill O’Reilly said: “No one knows if Jesus’ resurrection really happened.” If you were asked to prove the Resurrection as fact, could you? 1 Corinthians 15 includes the oldest-known New Testament passage… a CREED written shortly after the events that it records. This creed has 4 simple parts…

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My Heavenly HOME

This is not just wishful thinking or a pipe-dream; Heaven is very real. We do our world a great disservice by only talking about Heaven at funerals. It should be in our thoughts of true reality and greatness every day!

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Does Your Church Use a Yearly Theme?

Have you settled on a theme for 2015? Our church usually makes a big deal about our theme for the year. The Pastor preaches on the topic, it’s on the front of the bulletin, projected on the wall, and everyone downloads a background for their phones and home computers…

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Questions about the KJV

If I’m honest, I’d say that I’ve really shifted on my KJV-only position lately… in large part because I there are a few questions that I just can’t answer. And as James White said: “When we hold to or attempt to defend a position that cannot be justified, we do damage to the best position we might take.”

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