Pastor Joel Webbon recently had the privilege of sitting down with @Mike Winger (from “Learn To Think Biblically”) to attempt to convince Mike of Theonomy!
Jesus didn’t just die to justify people, he also died to sanctify them… and he will.
God did not create a world where man’s obedience to God’s commandment to be fruitful and multiply would result in our own demise. God’s Word is reliable.
While I agree that ecumenism is a slippery dangerous slope (working alongside Catholics or 5-point Arminians), would you say it is biblically acceptable for us in the Calvinist camp to work alongside both Reformed Baptists and Presbyterians in things such as abortion abolition, missions trips, etc?
Even the most sanctified among us, have a perverse standard for justice when compared with the holiness of God.
In this short video, Pastor Joel Webbon provides a synopsis of Covenant Theology, particularly in regards to how Covenant Theology sees the Gospel.
Adam had “forever” life, but Christians have “eternal” life.
A lot of Christians say that Postmillennialism is a recent fad, without any representation in church history. Is this statement true?
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel is joined by Dr. Joe Boot to discuss Theonomy, its adherents and why so many oppose it, even within the Reformed Tradition.
Christ didn’t die for victims. Christ didn’t die for pretty good people. Christ didn’t die for well meaning people who merely lost their way due to bad circumstances. On the contrary, Christ died for sinners, of which I am the foremost.