Great Sermon! We need to speak out like this more against Rome. Evangelicals like Hank Hanegraaff keeps saying he believes the Catholic church is a true church while speaking against believers who believe the Catholic church is the whore. If possible, I would love for you to do an expose on him and evangelicals like him.
Great Sermon! Good points refuting the Church of Christ/Independent Christian Church heresies that salvation depends on someone else administering baptism and if no one is there to administer it, they will go to hell. Look forward to listening to more of your sermons!
Great Sermon! Really enjoyed this. Good point on the fact that churches should be represented by the ethnic groups in the neighborhood, and that it is wicked to start white or black churches. I agree all ethnic groups need to be reached and should be part of the fellowship of believers.
Great Sermon! We need to go back to the 1st century church and the Bible rather than the reformation. As was stated, what was followed before these creeds were written? Calvinism is a new doctrine since it does not go back to the Bible. Having been in the Reformed movement in the past, I think there is a lot of nominal "Christianity" in the Reformed movement.
Great Sermon! I enjoyed this series by Miller talking about the errors of Calvinism. I agree with Miller that we should follow B-I-B-L-E instead of T-U-L-I-P and not spend our times defending a dead man's theology, but focus on the gospel of the Bible. Also, I agree with Miller that we should not be Bible philosophers, but Bible believers. When I use to believe in calvinism, I never got the doctrine by reading the Bible, but by books written by men. Let us let go of our isms!
Great Sermon! I enjoyed listening to Tom Stegall's gentle sermnon at work today in exposing the errors of calvinism. I can vouch that neither he nor many others are misrepresenting this theology, as I once held to it for years until I examined what the scriptures really said. People need to research Calvin's history and how he persecuted and put to death many brethren who believed the Biblical view of baptism. As Tom said, calvinism is based on tradition or popularity, but is not Biblical.
Great Sermon! After 11+ years of believing Reformed theology, I am thankful to God for rescuing me from this false theology last November. I was reading into scripture what was not there. By studying scripture more carefully, I found out what they really say as Pastor Calvert also explains in this sermon. I can attest that with 1 exception, the several Reformed churches I attended previously were not nearly as zealous in winning souls or talking about Jesus as the Non Calvinistic Independent Baptist church that I am a member of today.