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The Five Solas of The Protestant Reformation–Part 5b Solus Christus: Christ Alone

In a previous blog, I discussed how we can view Solus Christus through the lens of Christ as our Perfect Mediator described by the context and chorus of unity recorded in 1 Timothy 2:5-6–”For there is one God, and one mediator also

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The Five Solas of The Protestant Reformation–Part 5a Solus Christus: Christ Alone

At the heart of our understanding Solus Christus (Christ Alone) is a recognition that Christ is God’s Holy and Perfect Mediator.  Our key

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The Five Solas of The Protestant Reformation–Part 4 Sola Gratia: Grace Alone

The Christian worldview about Sola Gratia, Grace Alone, frames our understanding about the Trinity’s role in the sovereign and redemptive

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The Five Solas of The Protestant Reformation–Part 3b Sola Fide: Faith Alone

In last week’s blog, I described how the theme, context, and reference to righteousness relate to Romans 1:17 and Sola Fide. Our focus today is the

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The Five Solas of The Protestant Reformation–Part 3a Faith Alone

Martin Luther’s understanding of Romans 1:17 strikes at the heart of Sola Fide (faith alone):  “For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith; as it is written, ‘But the righteous man shall live by faith’” (NASB).   We should view Sola Fide through the lens of the

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The Five Solas of The Protestant Reformation–Part 2 Sola Scriptura: Scripture Alone

The Five Solas of the Protestant Reformation are foundational truths of Christianity.  Although I provided an overview in a

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More Than Conquerors–Part 2

Having talked about the root and reasons why we are more than conquerors in a previous blog, I will talk about our responsibilities.   

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More Than Conquerors–Part 1

More Than Conquerors–Part 1  (Romans 8:26-39) 
 
How’s it possible for Christians to be more than conquerors?  Paul answers this question in Romans 8–one of the most doctrinally rich and far-reaching passages in the Bible.   One key verse is Romans 8:37 “But in all these things we overwhelmingly conquer through

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What’s the Deal with Delegation? Part 4: Improving Personal Prayer Life

When’s the last time you asked someone to assist you in church work?  Did they readily accept or reject your request? Did you regret your decision because of disastrous results?  Did things work the way you planned, if not

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Almost Isn’t Good Enough: Retell Your Conversion Experience Part 11

Almost Isn’t Good Enough       Part 11: Retell Your Conversion Experience  Acts 26:29-32
 
Today concludes a previous blog series involving ten principles derived from a review of Acts 26 which gives a stunning account of Paul’s defense of the Gospel and King Agrippa’s defiant rejection, epitomizing the notion of “Almost isn’t good enough.”  I

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What’s the Deal with Delegation? Part 3: Establishing Proper Attitudes Toward Church Leadership

In a previous blog, I discussed how delegation involves the Godly principle that reinforces the directives of the Great Commission.  Today’s focus involves the second principle of delegation: establishing proper attitudes

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What’s the Deal with Delegation? Part 2: Reinforcing the Directives of the Great Commission

Delegation involves several Godly principles including reinforcing the directives of the Great Commission.  


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