Great Sermon! What a powerful sermon and I've heard many concerning the horrors of hell but this by far is the most thorough.
It makes one want to shout 'Hallelujah' to the glory of God!
The state of Tennessee seems to have a quiver full of good preachers!
I'm originally from the Golden State, but never have I found so many good speakers in this one State.
Great Sermon! Very interesting message! I am not a fan of the many false prophets who seem to be quite obviously just that. But what about Louie Giglio and John Piper and Francis Chan? ??Surely not them too?
I will be very disappointed!
I have listened to and have confidence in Justin Peters.
Thank you for exposing those who mislead the flock.
The Quote you mentioned did not originate from Cathcart.
Christian history, in the First Century, was strictly and properly Baptist history, although the word "Baptist," as a distinctive appellation was not then known. How could it be? How was it possible to call any Christians Baptist Christians, when all were Baptists?" It originated from Pastor, Theologian and Professor John Mockett Cramp, D.D.
Forgive me if I accidentally made the wrong Attribution.
Great Sermon! WOW! One of the best sermons yet warning about false teachers. A Southern Baptist warning about the false teachings & teachers within the Southern Baptist. This is rarely done, but very much Biblical. Thank You Pastor Justin!
Great Sermon! This is an excellent sermon! I have been trying to srudying the different Eschatological beliefs systems within Christianity. And this really got me thinking. The pastor very clearly explained the scriptures. I definitely have to listen to this again.
Thought Provking Sermon! I thought this was an excellent sermon. It really got me thinking about what the world says is friendship and what God's Holy Word says about friendship. Definitely will have to listen to it again.
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I have seen AND LIKE the Cathcart quote, "Christian history, in the First Century, was strictly and properly Baptist history, although the word "Baptist," as a distinctive appellation was not then known. How could it be? How was it possible to call any Christians Baptist Christians, when all were Baptists?" but I cannot find it on page 286 of his works as state. Please advise. Thank you