For years, I’ve subscribed to daily updates from the Aish HaTorah Jewish educational website. I know, I’m not Jewish, but I find that the vast majority of their content “resonates” with me better than most traditional Christian commentary. A few days ago, I came across an interesting question in the Ask the Rabbi column. Actually, … Continue reading Another Look at Torah Principles and the Gentile
I don’t think there’s any more important text in all the New Testament that defines the work of Jesus than this one. That Jesus was sent to fulfill all righteousness. And what that meant to the Jew was to obey every jot and tittle of the Law. Because now Jesus is not acting in His … Continue reading R.C. Sproul, Jesus, and the Doctrine of Active Obedience
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?
John MacArthur was recently asked by a reader how they should respond to an adult child who has acknowledged they are gay. His parenting advice? Alienate them. Separate them. Isolate them. Refuse to have a meal with them. Turn them over to Satan. -Benjamin L. Corey “John MacArthur on Having Gay Children: Alienate Them & … Continue reading What Would You Do If Your Child Was Gay?
But I have been persuaded by Professor Edward Greenstein to read this story existentially rather than critically. The death of Aaron’s sons was not the result of a miscue in the prescribed choreography of the Tabernacle. Their fate conveys the far deeper and more unsettling truth that no amount of elaborate, awesome, and precisely executed … Continue reading For Redemption is Not Yet Complete
Members of one of the largest congregations in the Presbyterian Church (USA) have voted to leave the denomination, despite facing an $8.89 million cost for leaving. “Surprisingly, there are many PC(USA)-ordained pastors who do not believe, for example, in the deity of Christ or in salvation through faith in Christ,” the rationale states, citing a … Continue reading The Church When Jesus Returns