Food for Thought This message, and those which follow in its series, clearly reveal that more and more men are trying to make these matters issues of separation. How he handles the doctrines, history and methods/forms of argumentation should be instructive to fundamentalist Christians everywhere.
Great Sermon! Thank you so much for your faithful preaching and pastor's heart. We have enjoyed this sermon and are looking forward to more on this topic. You are a household name in our family and we are grateful to your honest and straight forward preaching.
Right on Target! Thank you for sharing the Word without fear. More IFB Churches need to heed this message. I was greatly encouraged. Pastor Mark Monte on this site is preaching fearlessly on this topic as well. Let us hold fast to the Basptist tenet of the Priesthood of believers.
Great Sermon! I am a young fundalmentalist. I thought this sermon was right on! I appreciate what this pastor has said about the direction of the fundamental movement. I appreciate how he extolled men like John R. Rice. I enjoyed how he reminded us that the Bible is our final authority for faith and practice, not our ideals and systems. Good message. Needs to be resounded everywhere
Representative of Fundamentalist Baptists? Dr. Sweat firmly distances the Baptist Fundamentalist movement from the Calvinist doctrine and its leaders. He uses 2 Cor. 11:3-4 to say Calvinist teachings are deceitful.
He asserts that "Calvinism has never, in the history of the world, survived the generation of a charismatic leader....Fifty years after Spurgeon was dead the baptist movement in England was also dead....Because their [Calvinist]theology will not support church growth and evangelism...if you believe their[Calvinist} doctrine or theology you will not win souls."
A sermon to combat the calvinist threat This is a sermon which every fundamentalist church planter, outreach-minded pastor, and missionary, who describe themselves as "calvinist" or "calvinistic" should listen to. It will open your eyes. The ideas promulgated by the speaker are apparently meant to be representative of mainstream or historic fundamentalism. I was surprised by its content.
Great Sermon! great sermon! Pastor Shawn is my youth pastor and the best youth pastor! Pastor Shawn is not only a great yp, but also a great speaker. This sermon really awesome, one of my favorite attributes! lots of great applications to take and apply. This is the great IAM that we are serving, PS reminds us of that in this great sermon! I love you PS!
Great Sermon! I found this sermon to be especially encouraging, especially "the Father would not have us live in perpetual mourning... God has long put our sins behind His back... Christ has truly paid the price of my sins and iniquites, and our Father has truly forgiven for the sake of His Son. My I ever see this reality. May He bless this message to others as well
TIMELY FOR TODAYS CHURCH SOUND ADVICE TO YOUTH LEADERS AND PASTORS MANY CHURCHES HAVE HOMOSEXUALS SINGING THE GOSPEL MESSAGE AND CONDUCTING LARGE CHOIRS THE SINFUL BOBBY JONES SHOW IS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF AND OPENLY GAY MAN SERVING MILLIONS OF CHURCH PEOPLE.YOUR LIFE MUST BACK UP YOUR MUSIC,I THANK GOD FOR BOLD ,COURAGEOUS PASTORS LIKE DR,DAN SWEATT KEEP UP THE GOOD AND GODLY WORK,
Great Sermon! Thanks be to God for Youth Pastor Paul Whitt! Awesome exhortation, that we as parents need to be involved in our teens life, loving them unconditionally, nurturing them through Christ, establishing godly rules and boundaries. He asks parents to set the priorities of the home and gives us advice how to not loose the heart of our child. A helpful resource, in raising your teenager,"in the nurture and admonition
of The Lord."
Great Sermon! Extremely touching sermon! Encourages us to soften our hearts to our teens. To build them up and encourage them. Paul whit encourages persons to make time with their child, to love their child, to listen to your child of every age. If you only love your child when they behave in a manner that is pleasing to you, then they end up feeling like your love is unattainable. I feel that this sermon would benefit parents of Children of any age.
Interesting Sermon! This was a very interesting message and excellent application to Christianity today. Really, "blended worship" is nothing more than syncretism. I believe that true Bible believing churches need to apply these principles, however, even more deeply than was expressed in this message...even into areas of tradition that we hold so dear...even though giving them up may be painful at first. For examples of these traditions that are interwoven into our fundamentalist churches, read "The Two Babylons" by the late Rev. Alexander Hyslop.