Evangelise: A More Excellent Way (102 KB)
However, concern for the nobleman's soul was not the supreme motive that moved Christ to witness to this sinner. Running even deeper within His breast was a love of God. Though induced by a desire to save men, Christ was primarily motivated by a longing to glorify His Father. You cannot carefully read the Gospels and fail to see that our Lord's chief aim in every act was to do the will of His Father and to make His glory known to men.
The Gospel and Evangelicalism. An Assessment (72 KB)
Having examined the gospel of the Scriptures, the teaching of Jesus, and the position of the Reformers and Reformed theologians on the application and appropriation of salvation, some serious concerns must be raised about the gospel which is being presented by some evangelicals in our day.
Natural Man (42 KB)
The following selection by John Calvin was taken from book 2, chapter 2 parts 18-21 of The Institutes of The Christian Religion, translated by by Henry Beveridge, Esq. A must read for all Christians who aspire to better understand the Bible's teaching on man's spiritual impotence prior to the regeneration of the Holy Spirit.
Apologetics (43 KB)
Nowhere in the Bible I find that the Word of God is to be “apologized” or argued, but rather emphatically that the Christian mandate is to Preach and to Proclaim His Word clearly and with emphasis, NEVER to be debated or argued like any other topic.