Great Teaching Sermon! Again, we receive numerous difficult passages and are given clear insight to their meaning. Most people would never open their heart and mind to see what a deeper, more broad understanding is involved in surveying their important parts of Scripture. It has been a blessing to hear these 9 messages. Each one clarified the Holy Bible more.
Another Great Sermon! This presentation on Justification gives us more depth in its understanding as Christians, and it also shows the error of it by non-believers. We have assurance in our salvation, while those others only have "hope" depending upon their works. It's such sadness that they don't have the Gospel for their peace.
Another Outstanding Sermon! This is another great exposition dealing with Justification. It offers a multitude of Scripture quotes to give a clear answer to Justification by Faith Alone that separates the sanctified from the believers of false understanding and belief. This series of sermons should all be heard to make us stronger in The Lord and Savior. We get coverage that most students in the seminary miss altogether. Fantastic series.
Strong Sermon! This is another outstanding message involving the justification of The Trinity and also the false views by false religions. Also, by these true explanations of Holy Scripture, we get needed strength, whereas there are those who turn away from Christianity and to into false religions, which is happening more in the USA.
Great Sermon! Great pull back into what scripture teaches about submission vs the American ideal of fighting for "our rights". Biblical joy is in submission to Christ and not "our rights". Christ is the prize and our joy.
Powerful Sermon! This message is full of deep historical insight as well as present day insight about the false religions, and about the lack of Holy Scripture by present day Christians. You will benefit from getting the challenge of knowing our Doctrines to strengthen your standing with God. Outstanding points that you will never hear in your church.
Fantastic Sermon! This is a fascinating presentation that covers the Trinity as viewed by the false religions, and gives us a strong, understandable presentation that Christians should be comfortable and knowledgeable with when discussing the
Trinity. I'm about to hear his other related messages -- very challenging and informational.
Great Sermon! I thoroughly enjoyed this introduction into Bunyan's life and look forward to listening to the next three messages. I find Dr Thomas' preaching and teaching style intriguing and very effective. For some reason God has instilled in me the importance of theology so it is a privilege to be able to listen to great theologians.
Great Sermon! Thanks Pastor Thompson for this. I passed your b-day wishes on to A N Martin. I am thankful you talked about this subject. One subject that is even more controversial is the whole idea of a "music ministry." I have owned the albums of Steve Green, Shai Lynne and others. I am edified by them. But I am still troubled when we say that this is the "ministry" God has given them. Is it a church office? Are they under oversight? I am just not sure I can imagine such a person in front of the church followed by the preaching of Gilbert Tennant, or Samuel Davies. I would be willing to be corrected, but it appears more pragmatic than Scriptural. By the way, this is the first message I have ever heard from you. I have known of the church there since James White visited in 2008.
A Decent Primer on the JWs Pastor White provides a wide-ranging survey of the Jehovah's Witnesses and their thought and practice. He touches on a number of topics rarely mentioned in talks by his fellow popular apologists, who often focus solely on the JW denial of the Trinity. His extensive research and especially his first-hand experiences debating JWs lends his teaching credibility (and he'll be the first to tell you this--White's robust ego characteristically occupies center stage here!). I appreciated White's acknowledging that JWs are diligent and dedicated Bible students, even if their arguments are often canned and boilerplate rebuttals memorized from Watchtower publications that can be upended by a believer well-versed in his or her Bible. Conversely, I didn't care for White's caricature of JWs as fearful, whether packing their bookbags when challenged or scared to visit an evangelical church because of three-headed monsters. As White acknowledged, many JWs are former Catholics and Protestants all too familiar with what goes on in our churches. (On the flip side, many evangelicals would likely be skittish to visit a Kingdom Hall.) For a follow-up teaching, I'd be eager to hear White address the unwritten JW prohibitions on children and college (as well as against beards!).