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 To study is to show yourself approved, and to rely on the Holy Spirit to guide, and proper exegetical tools for many historical documents to help one understand the grammar and the meaning.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
Great Sermon! The King James Bible is far superior to any other version. I used to read the New King James but after comparing Scriptures I realised that Thomas Nelson publishers did NOT make it easier for the modern reader to understand, as they said they would. Other versions also are poorly lacking compared to the Authorised Bible.
Great Sermon! Dear Dr.Ferguson,i am tremendously blessed by this sermon.I have got to a place in my Christian walk when I had become broken-hearted about the teachings in my local church concerning legalism and disdain for many other believers who are struggling with understanding God's sovereignty and our authority in Christ.Your speaking has enlivened me today and is a triumph to satan's assault on The Glorious Christ and the Oneness of the Body of Christ!I thank God for your life.More grace,life and Light!Hallelujah!We love You,Lord Jesus!
Great Sermon! A message that is needed indeed to served as a reminder
To All brethren who has a true and earnest ministry in
Loving to see minds of the blinded that "they" may see!
Thank you for sharing by teaching, may God bless you!
Incomplete Sermon Interesting sermon, but it cuts off in the middle of a sentence, so we can't hear the rest of what Brother Barnard was saying. How I wish I could have heard him preach in person. There are none like him today.
This Is A Duplicate Sermon This sermon is a duplicate of a sermon entitled "Who Is Going To Heaven" dated 1965. There is a 3 minute difference in the files, with this one being 56 minutes and the other being 52 minutes. This audio is better than the 2004 sermon. Those are the only two differences, but the sermons are the same.
Great Sermon! Lord, I acknowledge that I have nothing I have not received. Cause me to see and discern what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God. Give me a thankful heart and grace to walk worthy of my calling.
Great Sermon! One of the great doctrines of God's word, whom those wrestle with to their own destruction. Without it no son of Adam would be saved. He that glorieth let him glory in the Lord. Hear preachers try to explain it away through ignorance. Can't be done.