We were sitting in the State Dining Room just to the left of George Healy’s arresting portrait of Abraham Lincoln, seated forward and listening intently. I couldn’t help recalling the stinging words from his Second Inaugural Address: “Both [North and South] read the same Bible, and pray to the same God; and each invokes His … Continue reading Review: John MacArthur on Judaism, Part 3
Now, I’ve entitled this portion, beginning in chapter 18 verse 18 through chapter 19 verse 7, we’ve entitle (sic) it From Judaism to Jesus because it does portray for us a transition. We have made the mention in past studies that the Book of Acts records for us transitions and we see the fading out … Continue reading Review: John MacArthur on Judaism, Part 2
Coming to the 18th chapter of Acts, I’ve entitled this particular message, “From Judaism to Jesus.” The story of the book of Acts has proven to us to be a study in transitions. I want to belabor the point for a moment, because I think it’s important for you to understand that. The book of … Continue reading Review: John MacArthur on Judaism, Part 1
Famed pastor John MacArthur of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, recently reacted to denominations that have taken more liberal approaches to gay marriage, among other issues, telling The Blaze that “they have no allegiance to the Bible.” MacArthur, author of “Being a Dad Who Leads,” said that these denominations — like Presbyterian Church … Continue reading John MacArthur: What’s the Biggest Danger to the Church?
At the core of the pluralism issue is the debate over whether there’s “More than one way to be a good Jew.” Indeed, there have always been divergent streams of observance – like Chassidic, Sefardic vs. Ashkenazic, and even the Talmudic arguments between the Talmudic academies of Shammai and Hillel. And yet, historic precedents show … Continue reading Kareth and Messianic Judaism
The second day of the Strange Fire conference began with John MacArthur preaching a message titled “Testing the Spirits.” It was based on 1 John 4: “Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God…” -Pastor Tim Challies “Strange Fire Conference: John MacArthur Tests the Spirits,” October 17, … Continue reading The Challies Chronicles: John MacArthur Tests the Spirits