Outstanding sermonM This is one of the finest expositions on Psalm 51 that I have ever heard! Thank you Dr Thomas for faithfully expounding God 's Word and driving the Word deep into my heart. The Holy Spirit most certainly enabled you to preach a powerful sermon.
I pray that this sermon would have a wide audience, and that God would be pleased to bless His Word to the hearts of all who hear it.
Thank you for posting Dr. Timothy George's Lecture I became familiar with Dr. George through his book, The Theology of the Reformers, and then through an interview with Dr. Albert Mohler's "Thinking in Public." This is the first time to hear him speak. I do appreciate you posting it for all to hear.
Powerful Sermon! In this message there are strong arguments presented that evolutionists cannot answer, and today there are many more recent scientific questions that make evolution even more ridiculous in their rebuttals. There is no question that many church leaders are totally caught up in Satanic deception and are preaching apostasy in their ignorance. Satan is growing stronger with his lies and evil power as we near the end of our age. Stay strong Christians, we are right and most of the world is wrong.
Great Sermon! Very timely and much needed answers to what we are facing today which is a complete obliteration of our history as male and female, whether we are believers or not; it's like a weed of hatred that has taken hold with no known enemy; God is sovereign and man is responsible.
Great Information! All of this long auido file should be listen too, for example information on the http://tinyurl.com/hmrnflx (Papyrus 72) comes in at about 44 minutes into the nearly two hour talk.¬∂ Some of the last tidbits of information come nearly at the end! When this was program was made, I --think-- I found out that Dr. White's preferred Bible was the NASB? I found it interesting, and what many people no doubt suspected, is that many new Bible versions come out, because publishing companies want to make as much money as possible and this isn't done by paying other publishing companies for their versions. What Dr. White didn't point out is that also many publishing companies like the KJV because they don't have to pay any sort of royalties to anyone. ¬∂ As I said the program was loaded with details, such as the NET Bible has a host of useful translating notes for the New Testament, which are of interest in themselves. He didn't apparently like the Old Testament version of that Bible. ¬∂ A good idea is to download the audio file and break into halves and listen to it, but then the whole thing is really no longer than a typical movie would be. ¬∂ You could very well find information you weren't expecting. I did!
Duplicate Sermon This is the exact same sermon as the one dated 1962. Same titles. This one just has the first 10 minutes of the service included. But this one and the one dated 1962 are both cut off abruptly at the end in mid sentence. I wonder what the rest of the sermon was.....
Great Sermon! There are many in Asia who understand textual variants in ancient writings, also in copying from one oriental writing and understood by those of another oriental language. It seems that westerners (from England and America, etc.) get into unneeded battles over textual variants. To study is to show yourself approved, and to rely on the Holy Spirit to guide, and proper exegetical tools for many historical documents to help one understand the grammar and the meaning. Big thank you to James White, who helps us understand the historical variations, and the meanings of the texts.
RE: Theonomy Movement Thank you for the fair and well formed presentation. I found substantial agreement with the majority of your comments and I appreciated your pastoral heart. R/T has been confrontational to a purpose; major theological/church outlets appear to have colluded to let R/T die the death of silence and shunning. Particularly, Gary North has put on record his modus operandi that certain parties would be 'flushed-out' to engage in biblical/theological debate on our distinctives. Most previous reviews had admittedly performed performed a smear campaign w/o even reading any of the pertinent literature. We have addressed most if not all of our brethren's concerns in writing and in our church sphere. There are always abuses; think on Luther and the Peasant Revolt. That is not warrant to ignore/sleight biblical/confessional progress. Had Theonomy appeared 50+ years ago, there wouldn't have been need for such an emphasis because most historic denominations had a high view of the Law. Our views are well represented in historic Reformed thinking: Johannes Pistoris of the Synod of Dort fame influenced generations with our view of Law, including our Founding Period in America. The Westminster writings include the divines' understanding of 'General Equity', which should prevail. Your pastoral commen