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Good defence of inter-racial marriage. Sadly, this biblical truth is under assault from various heretics in our day. However, in response to claims below, the reason he does not mention omissions from the Vaticanus manuscript is because a manuscript is not the same thing as a printed text or a translation of the Bible. Some manuscripts only have fragments of a few verses. Does that mean that we should judge them to be perversions because they do not contain the entire NT? No, because that is not the function of individual manuscripts.

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They could have done the same thing with the TR.

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Westcott and Hort are not responsible for JW NWT as they were not the translators.

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Rev. Morecraft defends the reputation of R.L. Dabney and the noble cause of the CSA against Unitarian/Humanist slander.

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This is a tremendous overview of the life and times of John Owen. Anyone wanting to know more about this Puritan giant would be mad to miss it.

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“ The Truth about Abortion ”
Pastor Schwertley exposes the horrifying slaughter that is being carried out in American (and elsewhere) in the name of Feminism and Secular Humanism. He recognises that those who approve of abortion are morally no better than Nazis. A nation which tolerates this mass murder is in danger of judgment from Christ.

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“ Excellent Refutation ”
Iain Murray is a good brother in the Lord, but Pastor Schwertley decisively refutes his booklet in this excellent lecture.

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Exposes the nonsense of the Statists and Socialists, and how they are using enviromentalism as an excuse for their larceny.

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A very sober introduction to the book of Revelation; anyone interested in the partial preterist view of Revelation must listen to this lecture.

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A superb introduction to the strong points of the Theonomy movement, and a great defense of the continuing validity of the Old Testament penalties.

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If only present-day 'Reformed' churches would return to Calvin's teaching on the regulative principle.


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