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Sermon6/20/16 11:32 PM
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“ Great Sermon but terrible audio ”
Great topic covered here but the terribly garbled mono audio really makes it difficult to listen to. I hope Rev. Strange might consider giving the message again and re-record it with better audio.

Sermon2/29/16 9:57 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
RCC folks seem to have the same ignorant tenacity to defend their dogma as the raging atheists, yet their particular beliefs are just as much flawed: worship based on a man-centric ecclesiastical system. I'm grateful for Dr. White's clarity in addressing their heresies.

Sermon2/22/16 3:09 PM
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“ Well... ”
People seem to miss the point with Piper's message. I think the core of what he's saying is the mindset many believers have of putting their trust in guns and not in God, and having no reluctance to gun down some dude who breaks in just to steal a few things. I'm disappointed by some of the vitriol that Piper has been receiving about this.

Sermon5/12/15 9:37 AM
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Leadership in the Church
Aaron Wright
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Something I've been wondering in relation to this sermon: did Moses and the leaders of Israel have full-time day jobs and then judge on the weekends? Or was it a full-time dedicated commitment, something more than just a hobby?

Sermon5/11/15 11:00 PM
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The Sabbath Before the Command
Voddie Baucham
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“ Very good ”
Sabbath observation is a sorely needed topic. As a side note: ooking over the recent GFBC sermons and I'm sorry to see Voddie not preaching as much lately.

Sermon5/3/15 10:14 PM
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Vital Truths About The Holy Spirit
Daniel J. Phillips
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“ Helpful ”
Some very good teaching on the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, and handy when the wacky cultists come a' knockin, or when engaged in a discussion with your barking pentacostal friends. There are some serious misunderstandings that abound about the third member of the Trinity and Dan really helps explain clearly, from Scripture, the important role that the Holy Spirit plays in the life of a believer.

Sermon2/27/15 12:16 AM
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Conference Q&A Session
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“ Very good answers ”
The questions that are addressed are informative and consistent with the theme of Scriptural sufficiency, and I generally love Q&A sessions like this one. I was interested to hear the answers regarding the necessity of seminary for pastors, as I've had the misfortune of being in a number of churches with very poorly-trained novices who felt they could pastor just because "they read a bunch of books" or some such silliness. While not a necessity, sure, a seminary education makes for a pastoral leader who is going to feed good, rich food to his congregation each week and not just teach as a lark, and I've been burned enough that if a pastor of a church hasn't gone to seminary I'm very reluctant to lead my family there to follow his leadership. One other thought: the "Titanic/book" question was a clever one, and actually made me chuckle.

Sermon2/26/15 10:17 AM
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“ Fantastic ”
Dan is one of the finest teachers I know of, rich with his understanding of the languages of Scripture. This message about Scriptural sufficiency was excellent.

Sermon2/26/15 10:14 AM
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“ Good stuff ”
Phil's teaching is always fantastic, and his message about the sufficience of Scripture was excellent. I'm a little puzzled by one thing though: in his message he said he quit blogging due to having nothing else to really tackle, but I thought he left blogging, according to his last post, due to health issues, his doctor having told him he was "burning the candle at both ends", so to speak. Which one was it? Just something I wonder.

Sermon2/23/15 12:17 AM
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“ Good panel discussion ”
Some good material covered here in panel discussion about the sufficiency of Scripture in apologetics, and I think Phil's discussion about eh regulative principle was helpful as well. I do think Pastor Dan's response regarding headcoverings was a tad blithe and dodgy - having just listened recently to William Einwechter on the topic (his message on SermonAudio) I would have hoped for something a little more like that, but I suppose it was off-topic.... or maybe, like Christians smoking, or the issue of deliberate childlessness, I guess this just remains one of those taboo topics no one wants to seriously talk about. Easier to punt.

Sermon1/10/15 11:40 PM
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“ Good ”
This was a very good message, and helpful. I wish I could have been part of the church and able to submit questions, as my question about election has been this: when the unbeliever who happens to be familiar with reformed theology stands before the judgment seat, what's to stop him from asking, fairly, "how is this just to be condemned for my sins if I was elected for this fate?"

Sermon11/8/14 10:35 PM
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The Permanence View of Marriage
Voddie Baucham
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“ Excellent ”
So many pastors who have no problem with divorce if the "exceptions" are met are the same pastors who marry two people using the vows of "til death do us part", when the fact is, they don't actually believe in those words or hold to them. The permanence view of which Voddie teaches is just that: you hold to the vow until death parts you from your spouse, not convenient exceptions that you squeeze out of the Bible.

Sermon10/14/14 10:56 AM
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“ Well ”
This is an optimistic message, but not completely realistic, especially for those dealing with huge medical debts. Likewise reminds me of the Dave Ramsey optimism which is easy for a millionare like him, a sterilized dude with 3 kids raised by a public school system, and how it's easy for them to say its something you work at, but honestly the way the economy is and the cost of food, I need more than this.

News Item9/27/14 10:24 PM
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He strikes me as a man filled with bitterness, taking out his anger at God. I've yet to understand how scientists can answer the question of how there is existence in the universe without an omniscient creator... the alternative is that there was nothing and then there was something for no reason, which completely lacks reason.

Sermon8/6/14 11:42 PM
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“ Excellent message ”
There are some very good, and very controversial, topics handled in this message, but all need to be heard. I was especially taken about the lack of qualified elders, and I think much more of this could be said. I've been in churches with unqualified men, with one teaching elder who was there, I believe, simply because he was rich. That sort of structure is devastating to a church, when unqualified, uneducated men take the pulpit who don't belong there.

Sermon6/17/14 4:18 PM
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“ Christians need to boycott Hollywood ”
This wouldn't be an issue if Christians would just avoid cinema with their families, but they just collectively shrug off things like this. The culture of divorce, public school educations, sterilization/birth control has completely liberalized far too many Christian homes in this age.

Sermon6/17/14 2:55 PM
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“ Excellent ”
Dr. White offers a clear and rational Scriptural response to the patently ridiculous KJVO viewpoint. Excellent message that KJV folks should really check out.

Sermon5/1/14 11:42 AM
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Pt 2 Overview of Job
Tremper Longman
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“ Excellent ”
Well-informed and helpful overview of this book. I greatly appreciate hearing the perspective of someone with the background in OT studies, who actually understands the nuance and background of the book he's writing about. This message was very helpful.

Sermon3/5/14 3:32 PM
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The Bible and The Creeds
Brian Borgman
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“ Fantastic ”
Not a lot of pastors take the time to walk their flocks through the importance of our confessional centeredness, and these messages are excellent in that regard. More pastors should take up the helm in explaining why these are so needed today in a day of relativism.

Sermon2/27/14 2:54 PM
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“ Right on ”
Macarthur is right on with the correct view of baptism. Scripture speaks nothing of baptizing babies or sprinkling with water, and it's fantastic to have a pastor who speaks out about the rightful administration of this ordinance.
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