The tital on Sermonaudio says pioneer. The author does not make that claim. He makes it clear he is just an Indian not a chief.
The arguments and insights were good. He describes the philosophies that academics create which are only supported by their own opinions but that anyone outside can see as empty. It takes courage to say the emperor has no clothes.
This is why the church set up a system to test teachers and preachers against the absolute standard of the word of God. When independent church or even entire denominations have neglected this oversight is when error and absurdity have entered the church.
Great Sermon! Some call it intense...I call it the Gospel. Challenging question for believers. I thank God that Jesus Christ has already given the answer. He has the Words of Eternal Life.
Thanks Pastor Nathan
Great Christ-centered Application Thank you Pastor Eshelman, for serving the church and preaching the word. You have shown clearly how faith is to be mixed with the imperative! How to be a living sacrifice by walking in the Spirit of Christ! Compelling and convicting.
Great Sermon! Wow! Many great points. Especially, some of the historical background in the RPCNA, and the point about our contemporary crisis of a "deaconal" state which takes from the work of the Church.
Great Sermon! Thanks for this survey, and showing such relevance for our cities today. We need to hear that in some ways the days are no different from the days of the reformation.
Also appreciated the balance on Baxter. He had is faults as we have ours, and yet God can use all of us, despite our weaknesses, frailties, and faults.