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Do the Ten Commandments Have a Place in the New Testament Church?
(Circulating via Email - not verified, but a great story)
Thanks to Edgar Carlisle
What the Bible Says, Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
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Pneumatology-The Spirit in the Life of the Believer | 7-21-21 Faith Baptist Church, Easley, South Carolina #faithbaptistchurcheasley.
Pneumatology The Spirit in the Life of the Believer | Wednesday 7-14-21 Faith Baptist Church, Easley, South Carolina #faithbaptistchurcheasley.
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2021 06 27 AM Believest Thou This Believest Thou This? “Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever ...
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What did the early church believe about creation? Well, let's start at the beginning—with the apostles.
Why did Christians throughout almost all of church history believe the flood was global? Well, because that's what the Bible very clearly teaches!
Is there intelligent life in outer space?
Not only did most of the church fathers believe the days were regular days, they also accepted a young earth.
Dozens of leaders from the preacher's former congregation are calling for him to resign from The Trinity Church, where departing members are raising familiar concerns.Nearly 40 elders who served with Mark Driscoll during the final years of Mars Hill Church are publicly calling for him to step down from his current pastoral position and seek reconciliation with those he has hurt.“We are troubled that he continues to be unrepentant despite the fact that these sins have been previously investigated, verified, and brought to his attention by his fellow Elders, prior to his abrupt resignation” from Mars Hill, they wrote in a statement released today to CT. “Accordingly, we believe that Mark is presently unfit for serving the church in the office of pastor.”Driscoll founded The Trinity Church in Scottsdale in 2016, two years after resigning from Mars Hill at the conclusion of an investigation into his leadership. In recent months, several former Mars Hill elders have heard directly from members leaving The Trinity Church over concerns around Driscoll.The leaders who signed onto the statement say they felt a responsibility to clarify the charges against him as a way to warn current members of his church and continue to call the well-known preacher to the kind of repentance and restoration process he was never able to complete under Mars Hill.“This letter isn’t new information. It’s just information that hasn’t been widely spread,” said Ryan Welsh, who had been pastor of theology and leadership at Mars Hill. “Our hope is not just to point a finger. Our hope is to protect people and, by the Spirit’s work, that Mark would respond.”The 39 signatories represent the majority of the pastors who served at the church between 2011 and 2014, when formal charges were raised against Driscoll. The list includes former executive pastor ...Continue reading...
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