Archive | November 22, 2008
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The majority of Christian teaching emphasizes individual doctrines of the Bible rather than presenting the Bible as one complete, interdependent revelation of God. Heresies, misrepresentation, and overemphasis of certain Scriptures, and denominationalism can, in most cases, be traced to this lack of chronological and panoramic Bible teaching. – Trevor Mcllwain From: Firm Foundations: Creation to […]
The Saturday sermon series by Pastor Mark Escalera continues again on the book of Ephesians. This series is entitled Studies in Ephesians: Part Twenty-Two. This message is the exposition of Ephesians 4:14-16 and is the continuation or Part 2 of “The Church’s One Foundation.” We pray you will be encouraged by this series in Ephesians.
I’ve decided to create a new category on DefCon entitled Christian Persecution. I foresee this phenomenon only increasing in the years to come in the West (it’s nothing new elsewhere in the world) and feel there’s no better time than now to begin chronicling it. So for our first entry in this new category I […]
Let’s play “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.” For $500,000: Which of these churches was a growing church in the book of Revelation; the church at Laodicea (Rev 3:14-22), which saw itself as rich and wealthy and in need of nothing or the church at Smyrna (Rev. 2:8-11), which was described as poor, in tribulation, […]