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Greenville Seminary & Mt. Olive
Joseph A. Pipa Jr.  |  Taylors, South Carolina
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Sermon12/12/12 8:47 AM
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Sermon:
Introduction to Reformed Theology
Dr. James White
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amen

Sermon11/13/12 12:47 AM
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#17 An Analysis of the 40th PCA General...
Dr. Richard D. Phillips
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“ Thank You! ”
Rick, Thanks for holding the conservative ground in the PCA. I think that you are correct. This will divide the PCA - it's just a matter of when.

Sermon11/6/12 6:32 AM
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Sermon:
Reformed Homiletics, Pt 2
Joseph A. Pipa Jr.
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Wow, thank you for loving Christ's body. The sermons are just super. May God bless this ministry and these beloved teachers of God's Word.

Sermon10/16/12 8:11 PM
Gustavus Adolphus from Louisiana  Find all comments by Gustavus Adolphus
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“ Great Dutch theology ”
Very engaging message. Dr Lee discussed Stoker, Vollenhoven, and Dooyeweerd, the latter discussion was particularly thoughtful.

Sermon10/8/12 7:15 AM
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“ Great richness. ”
I praise God for this study, for the richness of the biblical theology in it. I learned things I didn't think before. I received new insights in this doctrine. This was God's gift for me today!

Sermon10/7/12 8:08 AM
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“ Great study. ”
Very good study. Very good the discussion of the biblical verses, good responses to objections. I learned many things from this message.

Sermon9/14/12 12:59 PM
Justin Ray Bernal from Merriam, Kansas  Find all comments by Justin Ray Bernal
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Please see if this audio file could be repaird, it has major glitches that render it un-listenable

Sermon8/8/12 5:09 PM
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Sermon:
Sinning Away Your Day of Grace
Evangelist Rolfe Barnard
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Sober and solemn sermon.

Sermon8/2/12 7:33 PM
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Sermon:
Critique of Sonship Theology
Joseph A. Pipa Jr.
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Sermon7/23/12 9:17 AM
Matthew from Georgia  Find all comments by Matthew
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Yes, great sermon, nothing whatsoever about South Africa!

Sermon7/21/12 11:05 PM
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Christianity & Natural Man
Dr. Cornelius Van Til
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“ Important Summary ”
This presentation is an important summary of Van Til's apologetic method, containing much of the thought behind his methodology. This is a presentation to be mastered, in order to do justice to the method or to Van Til the man. In plain and unassuming terms Van Til explains the point of contact between Christianity and the Natural Man.

Sermon7/15/12 1:42 PM
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#17 An Analysis of the 40th PCA General...
Dr. Richard D. Phillips
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This is deeply sad. No idea this denomination was in such turmoil.

Sermon7/15/12 7:52 AM
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#17 An Analysis of the 40th PCA General...
Dr. Richard D. Phillips
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“ Great Sermon! ”
What a refreshing blessing to listen to someone qualified to speak, speak. Naming names and teaching us what the Lord requires of us.

Sermon7/11/12 12:50 PM
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Sermon:
Exclusive Psalmody Debate
Various Speakers
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“ I Think Schwertley Is Correct ”
In summary, Shaw's argument seems to be: Since we cannot know if the Bible allows for uninspired songs to be sung in worship, we can conclude that we should sing them based on the need for songs that are more clearly understood than the Psalms. In summary, Schwertley argument is: We have warrant from the Scriptures that we are to sing psalms (and possibly the few other inspired songs in the Bible), but we do not have any warrant in Scripture (by command, example, or necessary deduction), that we may sing uninspired compositions in worship. I believe Schwertley had a far superior argument. He argued that we can concluded from Scripture that we should sing psalms. Schwertley says, if we don't know from Scripture if we can sing uninspired compositions, then we don't have a warrant from Scripture to sing them. In his opening statement, Shaw admits that we should sing psalms, but then argues that since it is ā€œpossibleā€ that Paul was referring to ā€œsongs in generalā€ and not just ā€œinspired songsā€, we must not be restricted to inspired songs. IOW, since we don't know if we can sing uninspired compositions, we should sing them!

Sermon7/6/12 8:47 AM
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#17 An Analysis of the 40th PCA General...
Dr. Richard D. Phillips
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“ A must hear! ”
This discussion was very informative. The PCA has BIG problems. My respect for Richard Phillips has doubled. May I add one further issue that may even be more severe than theistic evolution - failure to teach our children their need of conversion. This will kill any denomination. A generation of unconverted church members. May the LORD show us mercy, for Christ' sake.

Sermon6/30/12 6:36 AM
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Sermon:
Decisional Regeneration
Pastor Bill Ascol
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“ Great study. ”
Excellent study! Very good argumentation. Very good the biblical teaching refuting it. I took many notes from this message.

Sermon6/24/12 11:53 AM
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Sermon:
Promise to the Powerless
Pastor Iain Murray
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“ Great Sermon! ”
As, always, a very great encouragement to patient waiting on God's sovereign mercy in visiting His people with an awakening! Thank you.

Sermon6/10/12 11:44 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Wonderful insight into trend of Protestantism in US! Sad but so true. Pastor Murray is a clear, courageous voice in a dark world. Thank you so much. May God continue to bless.

Sermon6/1/12 7:23 AM
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Sermon:
Andrew Fuller: An Experiential Biography
Professor Tom Nettles
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“ Great passion for souls. ”
Consciousness of man's depravity, total dependence on the grace of God in salvation and Christian life, church discipline. Very moving the account of Fuller's speaking with his daughter about Christ and salvation. A man with a heart for lost souls.

Sermon5/20/12 7:42 PM
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Sermon:
The Love of Christ
Pastor Achille Blaize
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“ This is preaching! ”
Wonderful and glorious preaching. One cannot say they have not understood something of the Gospel and our Lord after such a sermon!

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