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Brian Schwertley  |  Waupaca County, Wisconsin
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Sermon12/21/06 1:45 PM
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“ Excellent Lecture ”
A superb introduction to the strong points of the Theonomy movement, and a great defense of the continuing validity of the Old Testament penalties.

Sermon12/4/06 8:13 PM
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“ Important Teaching ”
Though I am a Reformed Baptist, I love those who hold to the historic reformed views of the Westminster Confession, ie, Hodge, Miller, Alexander, and modern theologians who follow in their paths like Brian. I have listened to a number of Brian's teachings refuting the extremes that are coming into reformed circles, this subject as well as the new perspective, and believe that his teaching is a great addition to Sermon Audio.

Sermon12/4/06 4:24 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This was an excellent sermon and a very good assessment of Christian reconstruction. I'm looking forward to the entire series!

Sermon12/3/06 6:58 PM
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The Christian Sabbath, Part 1
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“ Great Sermon! except... ”
Excellant sermon except for replacing the word "the" with "a". I don't believe scripture supports changing the seventh day to any other day. I will listen to the remainder of the series as I'm sure you are going to cover the supposed change.

Sermon12/2/06 1:35 PM
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Is Christmas Christian? Part 2
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great Sermon. Thank you for having the backbone to stand up for unpopular biblical truth on christmas. However every argument you used rightfully against christmas and easter you fail to use against an equally pagen, heathen, unholy, unsanctified, unblessed day. Your "the lords day", "sunday" "sabbath". Jesus created, blessed, sanctified and rested on His Sabbath day. The seventh day saturday not the first day sunday. Man changed it to sunday not God the same way man changed pagen christmas and easter to holy days. Please have the backbone to study and stand up for His holy sabbath day the seventh day saturday. Please don't rationalise away God's true Sabbath in the same manner as christmas and easter. May God continute to richly bless you with backbone. Again thank you brother in Christ. Jerry

Sermon11/27/06 7:09 AM
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“ Good Stuff ”
If only present-day 'Reformed' churches would return to Calvin's teaching on the regulative principle.

Sermon10/28/06 4:49 AM
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Reprobate Culture
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“ Fabulous sermon! ”
I'm in my 70s and this is absolutely one of the best sermons I've ever heard. My only regret is that it is a few minutes over what I could copy for our sons!

Sermon10/8/06 5:31 PM
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Headcoverings, Part 4
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This plain historic and biblical teaching requiring women to cover their heads implicity rebukes virtually all modern churches as anti-scriptural and anti-Christian. The bottom line is that Christian culture (practical working out of Christian teaching) has been destroyed. This can be traced since the Civil War, and the advance of "democracy", of Deism and Humanism.

Sermon10/7/06 11:15 PM
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“ Every true presbyterian should here this!!! ”
Would that every presbyterian who loves Christ and His Gospel listen to this message! Mr. Scwhertley does what other watchmen have failed to do - issue the clarion call with a certain sound. To those listeners who are tempted to say that his message is too strong, I commend the words of Spurgeon: "'That is strong meat,' do you say? Be strong men, then, and feed thereon". (Charles Spurgeon, Sermons 1891).

Sermon10/4/06 3:46 PM
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Headcoverings, Part 1: Is it Hair?
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“ A Must Hear Series for Clergy and Laity Alike! ”
Thank you so much, Pastor Schwertley, for speaking out on this topic and providing such a great biblical defense for the headcovering for women in worship. It is frightening that so many pastors and elders think they have license to just ignore 1 Cor 2-16 or mess with the scriptures just to keep people happy in their churches. It's scary because it makes you think, how much more are they willing to mess with? And we wonder why so many mess with justification! The headcovering is God's way of telling us that man's (this includes men!) glory is to be covered and God's revealed! The headcovering is a message to man to get his eyes off himself and put them on God in worship. And God has chosen woman to communicate this message to men and women alike in worship. What a privilege! What a privilege to show that you are covered lovingly by Christ Himself, and by a father, husband or elders (if the woman is single)who love you. How beautiful to belong to Christ, and how horrible to refuse His coverature. Stay strong and keep up the good fight of faith and the awesome sermons!

Sermon9/19/06 12:47 PM
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The Abiding Validity of God's Law
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“ Great Sermon! ”
I appreciate the breadth of views discussed, the conclusions reached, and the good critique of Theonomy/Reconstructionism.

Sermon5/10/06 6:51 AM
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Atheism and New Age Mysticism
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“ Great Sermon! ”
High quality information that's worth listening to. I'd never heard Pastor Schwertley before, but was intrigued by the topic of this sermon. The information in this sermon is very good - well researched and accurate, and really tells the truth about why Christianity is a better alternative than other religions and philosophies. He distilled into about an hour what it took me a decade to learn. I highly recommend this sermon to people who are interested in beliefs and world views.

Sermon1/29/06 3:50 PM
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The Parable of the Tares
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Another powerful message from Brian. The Tares of Satan in the world and in the Church, whose task it is to counter and destroy all authority and influence of the servants of Christ. We must be fully aware of their evil input, that all to often can be allowed to permeate into congregations. We must guard against it, and be prepared for a long struggle, until the end of history and Christ's return. Thankyou Brian for this timely warning.

Sermon10/24/05 9:14 AM
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Political Polytheism, Part 1
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“ Praise God for This Message! ”
Thank you so much, Reverend Schwertley, for standing against the Church's political idolatry. Your teaching on two table, WCF theonomy has changed the way I view it, as I used to hold to the more popular second table only view. It has also helped me to better minister to non theonomists who are suspicious or even hostile toward the movement. If our worship isn't godly, our society won't be godly and our labors, no matter how well intentioned, are in vain. Without correct worship, God will continue to send our enemies after us sevenfold, even as he did to Ancient Israel. It's not easy being a congregant and being pretty much alone with these views, so I know it must be even more difficult being a pastor who is obligated to give people the truth from Scripture in season and out of season. God alone on our side for Christ's sake is better than we deserve, but please be encouraged that God is using you mightily in the Church, and others are standing with you and praying for blessings and protection for you, your family and your church.

Sermon10/9/05 8:47 PM
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The Future of the Jews
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“ A Thoroughly Biblical Message! ”
Thank you for this important message that refutes Dispensationalism. Just as importantly, it refutes White and Black Nationalist heresies which basically teach the same thing dispensationalism does: Ethnicity and national origin (externals) being a determining factor of God's favor. As a reaction against dispensationalism and its accompanying Zionist politics and economics, White Nationalism is gaining a following among people who adhere to Reformed Theology and theonomic ethics, known as Kinism. I am looking forward to your addressing this problem in your messages as you have the Auburn Heresy and Full Preterism, if you are so inclined. I also found it interesting how you tied in the Auburn Avenue Heresy with the subject matter in this sermon. I have often made the connection in my own mind as well, and it's good to know that the connection makes sense to others who take the study of scripture seriously. Lastly, I appreciate the anthropological perspective given at the beginning of the sermon, being that there is much confusion today between the word, "Jew" being a religious term or a racial one. May God continue blessing your ministry and strengthening your church.

Sermon7/6/05 7:27 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you so much for such a rich and powerful message! And how refreshing to hear a sermon on this topic preached in some other month than December! Thank you for your commitment to reformed orthodoxy. We pray for you daily.

Sermon5/23/05 8:14 PM
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Baptism: Mode, Part 1
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“ Clear teaching about baptism. ”
Prove that baptism, does not mean Immersing. Wonderful message. Fred

Sermon4/19/05 9:43 AM
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The Lord's Supper, Part 3
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you for taking a stand against Arminianism. Most reformed pastors will not call it a false gospel, and thus are sliding further into it. Isn't the whole point of being reformed to avoid Arminianism? Why are we avoiding it? Because we simply don't prefer it, or because it's heretical? We have to quit thinking sentimentally, and think about the position the elders are in, and what is required of them as overseers of God's flock. It's better to be too careful and hurt a few feelings than to just let Arminians partake, as a lot of reformed churches do. Plus, denying the Lord's Supper to an Arminian who is regenerate will make him reexamine his doctrine or his life, as it should with any believer! An Arminian or Calvinist believer who is denied the supper will grieve and seek reconciliation with God for doctrinal or life error. If communion is just simply given to the Arminiam in order to avoid confrontation, he has no motivation to consider his beliefs or life, and will most likely continue in Arminianism. If denied, prayerfully he will go to the elders, ask why, and can then be ministered to. The real unloving thing is not denying someone the meal, but for elders to not confront! It's better to open the festering wound so it can be healed! Thanks again, so much.

Sermon11/18/04 11:40 AM
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Do Not Worry
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“ Worry Must be Mortified! ”
This is a wonderful sermon, especially for women, because our culture so programs us to be discontent and compare ourselves with others - then, as you said, offer us drugs to combat anxiety. God is so faithful and fulfilling, and we must cling to Him. Worrying is every bit as evil as any other sin, and we have to look at it that way in order to grow in Christ. The same Holy Spirit who rose Christ from the dead will be faithful to root out this sin in our lives and care for us as the pupil of His eye. A beautiful exposition on our Savior's words. Thank you so very much!!!

Sermon9/17/04 4:11 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Very good message have given it to other, good documention.

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