Great Sermon! So what if he teaches that sincere pagan worship is acceptable to God.
So what if he denies the doctrines of total depravity and biblical inerrancy.
OK, so he denies that certain sections of scripture are actually inspired, and denies the doctrine of substitutionary atonement (which denial caused Martyn Lloyd-Jones to warn his readers and listeners away from him.)and by indirect implication denied the omniscience of Christ because he "didn't know the day or the hour" of his return, thereby impinging on his divinity. So what. We like him. And so we will offer up every lame palliation of his damnable errors like "he just says wrong things" or "it's what his church believed and taught", or "well he was a philosopher not a theologian." Plop all these facts on the lap of a C.H. Spurgeon or an Asahel Nettleton and ponder if they would have offered up these sorry excuses for him. It seems meet that he would be trafficked through the most undiscerning generation of Christians since the Reformation.
Great Sermon! great sermon and timely message .The Lord has brought out of catholisism yet it grieves me when fellow Christians and partaking in these festivities just like any other roman catholic person is doing . all year round I hear how the roman catholics worship idols ,pray to Mary and is a works gospel and yet it breaks my heart when I see other protestants following suite and having trees in there homes and all this tinsel in there homes like they are being different from roman catholics . They are mixing Christ with the profane . If Christ is not in the mass why is it ok to mix the holy with the profane? We need more preachers from the pulpit preaching the vital message . keep up the good work Ivan Foster keep up the good fight you faithfull servant.
Great Sermon! Thank you Rev Foster. Another brilliant sermon to remind us all to keep praying for Ulster , for our churches and that the Shepherds of the flock to take heed to their calling, come out from among them and take their stand in this apostate age.What a warning for us all. Thank you
Great Sermon! Good plain speaking. It recalls to memory days gone bye when Gods blessing was experienced in our congregations on a regular basis. May the Lord be pleased to turn us back to the old paths.