The general trend of apostasy in the church is not without exception -- and it is not without warning. Dr. John Whitcomb examines this vital and timely subject in an interview with WMI ministry assistant Paul Scharf. Apostasy is predicted by several New Testament authors. The Apostle Paul's last inspired chapter, in fact, describes what will happen at the end of the church age when it sets in deeply, as Dr. Whitcomb shows. Our teacher also explains the solution to the problem, which boils down to implementing the Great Commission (i.e., practicing 2 Timothy 2:2). We trust that you will be challenged by this insightful interview.
Great Sermon! A great insight into today's churches problems. And then it is s strength and a blessing when we are among True believers in Jesus Christ. Without Him, living in this world would be scary.
Mrs dale price (6/20/2012)
from Phoenix. Sz
The Truth is comforting Thanks for these God given words of truth and inspiration. With regards to churches falling into apostacy, I have searched for a church by attending to so many different churches here in The Valley! I have found exactly what Dr Whitcomb speaks of that sadly that there are few that have stand on God's Word of Truth. may God richly bless you now & always,
Dr. John C. Whitcomb has been a professor of Old Testament and theology for more than 50 years, and is widely recognized as a leading Biblical scholar. He taught at Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana, from 1951-1990, and gained much recognition for his work on...