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1 Corinthians chapter one proclaims that the cross of Christ is the power of God to those who believe. The author of Hebrews goes into fine detail, exploring the once and for all sacrifice and continuing intercession of Jesus Christ for His people. In expounding the message of Hebrews 7, Dr. James White highlights the true power of the cross and the supremacy of the great High Priest after the order of Melchizedek.
A Must Hear! Oh I just enjoyed Dr. James White's conviction in his preaching! A faithful Reformed Theologian who doesn't mince words! Not only that but He does something which many 'preachers' in our day refrain from doing . . . He calls a 'spade a spade' . . . I just loved to hear him call the Roman Catholic Mass for what it is . . . BLASPHEMY! I believe no sermon or lecture is complete on the "Finished work of Christ" without mentioning the Roman Mass.
And please let me mention that my beloved wife is undergoing a surgery next week and my Roman Catholic dad told me he was going to 'offer a Mass' on her behalf . . . And I had let it pass as I have already confronted his religion many years ago. But after hearing you preach and call the Mass a blasphemy once again convicted me to tell my dad not to offer that Mass!
God bless you Brother James! May the good Lord raise more preachers like you! Your kind of strong preaching will not 'win friends and influence people'! But which true preacher would want that! What we want to hear is a "Well done thou good and faithful (not successful) servant . . . Enter thou into the joy of thy Lord!
Dr. James White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a professor, having taught Greek, Systematic Theology, and various topics in the field of apologetics. He has authored or contributed to more than twenty...