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Sermon4/30/16 2:12 PM
Pastor David | Fayetteville, North Carolina  Protected NameFind all comments by Pastor David
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“ Link for Nate ”
Nate, Here is the link to the Elder Ward clip we referenced during the podcast. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiyI35bf-io

Sermon3/23/16 9:35 AM
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Inerrancy And The Resurrection
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“ Response to Rich L ”
No, there is nothing wrong with examining its reliability. My point is that Rory is not setting out to question inerrancy, but his thesis that the details of Scripture don't have to be exactly right is a commentary on inerrancy. I never said that he denied inerrancy, and I don't think he would ever say he was throwing out inerrancy, but I believe his position does exactly that, especially when it subscribes to the liberal party line of a post-70 AD dating of the synoptic gospels. Like I said, I think he is extremely well-intentioned and apologetically-minded in the article, and I have no doubt that he fully believes the Bible. However, if my position is that the gospels were written late and they don't need to have every detail correct, then am I not at the very least casting doubt upon inerrancy?

Sermon3/1/16 3:00 PM
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Movie Review: Risen
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“ Response to Matt B. ”
Thanks for the feedback, Matt! I think we are on the same page in that the movie certainly did not give a clear gospel message. Specifically, I would have liked to see the development of what led Clavius to leave his tribune ring on that table. What an opportunity to include the gospel! I guess I wasn't as hard on the film because as historical fiction, I don't know that they are obligated to present any major theological truths, but I think many in the audience would have welcomed it. Thanks again for the comment, and have a blessed day!

Sermon10/23/13 9:44 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Absolutely satirical take by the author, but the consequences of society's ideas are not so far removed from this outrageous example!

Sermon7/23/13 10:15 AM
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“ Re: Tommie Scott ”
I watched it brother. Very well said. Thanks for listening and for all you do.

Sermon7/16/13 9:23 PM
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@tina: I think Jesus' instruction to the disciples to carry a sword was a general directive for protection in contrast to His instructions in Luke 6 to take nothing along with them. Surely He does not advocate His disciples to be aggressive or offensive with their weapons since He rebukes Peter soon after this because of his use of a sword in "self-defense" in the garden. It is the disciples who misunderstand that conversation leading Jesus to say that it is enough because of their lack of understanding. We see Paul assaulted frequently in Acts and not once is it recorded that he fights anyone. @kasey: Totally agree, and God is sovereign in life and death, however, the discussion was Zimmerman's choice to employ the firearm, which was a possibility after his poor decision making. There must be some human responsibility as well. @David: I don't know that we can answer that question for sure since we were not there to see what truly happened. However, I think our opinion is the use of a firearm should be a last resort, and while Zimmerman was physically assaulted, it does not seem that his injuries were life threatening. I believe our intent was not to address justification specifically; instead, we should consider every option before resorting to deadly force.

Sermon5/29/13 8:46 AM
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“ Re: Mary J ”
I think sexual preferences and being born with both male and female genitalia are two entirely different things. Same thing with your list at the end: future potential desires and hair color are not on the same level either. While hair color and sex are clearly genetic, a man's preference of blondes, redheads, or another male is, if not a simply a choice, brought about by environmental factors. If it is a sin, as you believe, can we make the same argument for other sins? Can I say I was born with a genetic disposition for whoremongering, gluttony, or greed?

Sermon9/28/12 10:43 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thanks for the feedback and info. I certainly don't claim to be a medical expert on these things. My understanding was that the morning-after pill does not always abort an embryo, however I have read, as with many birth control pills, that an abortion is possible. The 72-hour time frame for effectiveness troubles me in that regard. I don't know the time frame for fertilization, but it seems that it would occur prior to 72 hours. If there is even a chance that an embryo could be terminated, we're definitely entering into dangerous territory. Thanks again for the feedback, I appreciate it!

Sermon9/26/12 3:21 PM
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“ Re: Wil blackwood ”
By your numbers, that leaves 5% of Americans who don't pay taxes, and that number is just not accurate. Like I mentioned in the podcast, Romney was not accurate in the way that he presented the figures, but i believe he was accurate in his characterization of those who are able bodied and dependent upon government entitlements. 70.5% of our spending goes to entitlements, so while Romney's 47% may not have been accurate on delivery, I believe it is quite accurate when applied to those receiving handouts. As to your other point, surely you don't think we are for going after the tax dollars of senior citizens with no income? However, everyone who works and experiences the benefits of our government should pay their fair share. Otherwise we enter into very socialistic territory. We would not argue that they should pay exorbitant taxes, but surely some financial responsibility should be undertaken by all able workers in this country who receive government benefits. I'm not sure where we argued for tax breaks for the wealthy; we simply stated that the wealthy do pay a rate much higher than everyone else, and raising those rates do not automatically mean the problem is solved. I hope this helps clarify our position, which I think fits squarely into a biblical view of the believer's role

Sermon9/26/12 11:14 AM
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“ Re: gib ham ”
I can relate. I grew up very much in the hip hop culture as well, but the music doesn't quite satisfy the needs it did before Christ, does it? Thanks for the feedback!

Sermon9/26/12 11:09 AM
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“ Agreed ”
Amen. A fresh out of Bible college, single youth pastor would not fit the qualifications (and a dangerous propostion in many cases). At Berean, I am subject to the same qualifications (1 Timothy 3) as any pastor employed by the church. Thanks for the feedback!

Sermon9/23/12 9:31 PM
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“ Re: youth pastor ”
Obviously "youth pastor" is nowhere to be found as an official title in the Bible. However, there are definitely multiple leaders (elders, deacons, etc) employed in the early church, and I believe a pastor focused on the discipleship of young people in the church falls safely within the bounds of church organization and confirms the mission of serving all manner of church members.

Sermon8/5/12 12:48 AM
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“ Excellent Points ”
Excellent points brother. I agree completely.

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Is there such a thing as sin anymore? The Bible is clear that those that do such things will not inherit the kingdom of God. You can be an ordained minister you can be a great church member and still rot in hell forever. Blind leading the blind. You must be bornagain if you are in a church that accepts Sodomites you need to leave NOW! Get out of that dead mess!!! Find a New testament church.





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