It’s easy to love people “collectively” in “theory,” but the true test of biblical love is actually loving people “individually” in “practice.”
Evangelicalism officially embraced antinomianism a long time ago. And by despising God’s Law, Evangelicalism has done something truly horrific to the Gospel
Jesus didn’t die to just to purchase the “possibility” of salvation.
Should a faithful pastor err on the side of warning his congregation that they might not be saved? Or assuring his congregation that they possess eternal security?
Christian, you’re not on a private honeymoon with Jesus!
The Bible contains severe warnings, but in virtually every instance of a threat there is also a promise that can be found nearby. In a biblically faithful church, the pastors’ default position should be that he is preaching to the people of God, not rebellious pagans.