Great Sermon! Enlightening talk on historical theology and the creation. By that measure, some pastors under Reformed stripes might be disqualified if they were held to the classic confessions. Good talk but sobering.
Gracias por su predicacion Les digo gracias a la Iglesia Bautista y Pastor De Lama por esta leccion en SermonAudio. La escogi para preparme traducir un clase en mi iglesia. Sino recibi una bendicion doble del Senor porque la Palabra de Dios me convencio examinar mi lengua, de que hablo con mi familia, mis amigos, en el trabajo. Hay que pensar y hablar del evangelio y las alabanzas del Dios. Que el Senor les bendiga a Uds.
Great discussion What is refreshing is that both James White and Voddie Baucham are very consistent now with what they said years ago. It was also a sad revelation that the Critical Race group is actually the one who acts as "racists". They attack those who love Christ's gospel, imply that true biblical theology belongs only to those outside their group, and the fallout of their culture of backlash ends up protecting heretics and the immoral (listen to Brother Baucham on what happened to SBC in Houston).
Keep the faith, Brothers. We are One in Christ alone.
Thanks and a clarification Dear Brother White,
I wanted to thank you again for clarifying this key issue and doing it with grace and truth. Regarding your question, YES, there are examples of racism in South (Latin) America. Brazil has had a huge problem, even with a population as heterogeneous as the US. In Mexico, it is an insult to call someone "Indian", even though 99 pct of the population has Indian ancestry. Physical attraction equates to light-skin on Mexican channels. It is very sad and sinful. As an aside, I have seen examples of racism among people of dark skin against each other! Lighter cream skin is looked up to, while darker skin is looked down on. This comes from an Ivy League school.
Racism is not a white or black issue, but a universal sin issue. Christ is our only hope. Thank you, Dr. White.
Thank you, Brothers Thank you, Brother White, for explaining this difficult issue. I take heed to your concern for Christ's gospel and the uniry of the church. Yes, you and other brethren are not mono-issue people. But remember that He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.
Great Sermon! Tremendous blessing to hear Pastor Bob's sermon. Simple Bible exegesis challenged several things I have been taught about the coming of Christ. It helped me to put off my biases and wrestle with the texts. Great encouragement also for why believers have great and real hope even in the face of death. Thank you.
Convicting message Thank you, Grace Community Church, for making available this and other messages of this dear Brother. "We have no backup plan to Christ." Let this message shatter the shallowness in our hearts and root us in the depth of the love of the glory of Christ. I intend to share this message with those who are familiar with Christian language but need to examine where they stand with Christ Himself.
Great Sermon! Thank you, Trinity Baptist Church, for posting the sermons of your dear pastor now in Eternity. I have been blessed with the clarity and conviction of these messages. Brother Payne spoke of timeless truths that are quite relevant over 30 years later.
Great Sermon! Thank you, Brother, for these sobering and encouraging words. May the Lord grant us Gospel clarity and conviction to preach Christ and no other agenda in dying America. May He bless your family and ministry.
Pls be careful with Rome; series quite good This was a helpful series. My comments are intended to bless not tear down.
(1) Jesuits - Pastor Matt gave in too easily to the opinion of modern academics of a "kinder, gentler" Jesuit Order.
History attests that the Jesuits were (are) really that bad, and worse.
England is one example where the Jesuits have sown their malice and deceptiin. Read about the Tractarians' effort to hijack the Chirch of England (Walsh, Secret History of the Oxford Movement). The Gunpowder Plot got the Jesuits thrown out of England for abetting a coup d'etat.
(2) Rome - so long as the Mass is held every Sunday and denies the once and complete nature of Christ's atonement at Calvary, tbe Bible believer should have clarity in relating to the Catholic like to a Mormon or JW. Catholic is not Christian.
Great class Thank you for the 2 messages on monasticism. I quite appreciated your simple and lucid way of laying out the historg and issues. You particularly helped in pointing out some of the problems we wrestle with today that were reflected in this history. I appreciate godly pastors who can teach history with a ministerial (as opposed to merely academic) approach.
Great class Thank you for availing us of your class on history of Holiness (and really the Chari/costal movement). Your connections to the Holiness groups were insightful. Most of all, your message was quite pastoral. I feel your pain when you discussed the wicked implications of health and wealth for those suffering in the Gospel.