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The Wrath Of God Is A Fury Of Fire

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Scripture: Hebrews 10:26-31
Topics: Assurance of Salvation, Love, Parenting, Church Discipline, Doctrine of Eschatology, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Many Christians wrongly believe that the only good motivation for obedience to Christ comes from hearing about grace, rather than hearing about judgment. These people allow this misinformed belief to distort their view of God, until there are no theological categories left to comprehend, let alone love, a God whose wrath against sinners “is a fury of fire.” The Scripture clearly teaches that God is not mildly upset about sin, but passionately furious. Hebrews 10:26-31 stands against the false assumption that the only motivating news is good news. For every true follower of Christ, there is both the promise of joy and the warnings of judgment. This is a message of God that our world today does not want to hear. And sadly, this message of God is even despised by many in the church.

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The Wrath Of God Is A Fury Of Fire

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Scripture: Hebrews 10:26-31
Topics: Assurance of Salvation, Love, Parenting, Assurance of Salvation, Love, Parenting, Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Many Christians wrongly believe that the only good motivation for obedience to Christ comes from hearing about grace, rather than hearing about judgment. These people allow this misinformed belief to distort their view of God, until there are no theological categories left to comprehend, let alone love, a God whose wrath against sinners “is a fury of fire.” The Scripture …

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Should Presbyterians & Baptists Work Together?

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Scripture: John 17:1-11
Topics: Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Contributor: Joel Webbon

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?

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What’s The Most Common Example Of Spiritual Abuse Committed By Pastors?

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Scripture: Luke 19:1-10Matthew 3:7-10
Topics: Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Gospel, Gospel, Church Discipline, Assurance of Salvation, Love, Parenting, Assurance of Salvation, Love, Parenting, Justice, Confession & Repentance, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of the Covenants, Doctrine of Justification, False Doctrine, Contributor: Joel Webbon

When an elder, deacon, or member of a church is caught in sin, there is one incredibly common method of dealing with that sin that Scripture clearly condemns as spiritual abuse. Sadly, although this abusive method is condemned, pastors still do it all the time.

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Does Jesus’ Parable About Wheat & Tares Contradict Excommunication?

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Scripture: Matthew 13Matthew 18
Topics: Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Gospel, Gospel, Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Assurance of Salvation, Love, Parenting, Assurance of Salvation, Love, Parenting, Justice, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of the Covenants, Doctrine of Justification, False Doctrine, False Doctrine, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Do we cast out false teachers or do we listen to Jesus when he says not to worry about separating the wheat and tares, that his angel will do it when the harvest comes?

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Pharisees Are NOT Exclusively In The Church, Look At The Democrat Party

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Scripture: Romans 10:3
Topics: Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Gospel, Gospel, Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Legalism, Contributor: Joel Webbon

The Church has never had a monopoly on self-righteousness. Never. Remember, the Pharisees were not Christians. By and large, the Pharisees were the ones who rejected Christ. Contrary to Evangelical opinion, you can be a God-hating Liberal and still be a raging Pharisee.

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How To Respond To Slanderous Charges Of Legalism

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Scripture: Luke 18:18-30
Topics: Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Gospel, Gospel, Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Legalism, Gospel, Legalism, Contributor: Joel Webbon

On the whole, the problem with American Evangelicals is not legalism, it’s antinomianism. Regardless, most American Evangelicals are far more concerned with what they perceive to be legalism, than actual lawlessness. Christians, therefore, must be properly equipped to respond to slanderous charges of being legalistic.