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Fight The Good Fight

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:11-12
Topics: Polemics, Contributor: Joel Webbon

A Christian man is a fighting man. He fights for the right things, with the right motives, and in the right ways.

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How Can You Tell If Your Pastor Is A Coward?

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Scripture: Titus 1:9
Topics: Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Preaching, Contributor: Joel Webbon

There appears to be a growing divide in American Evangelicalism. Whether it be the political sphere, cultural sphere, or church sphere, the “middle ground” seems to be rapidly disappearing. Today, pastors are either bold or compromising. So how can Christians quickly identify whether or not a specific pastor is a coward, before investing multiple years in that local church?

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Faithful Christianity In The Midst Of A Post Modern & Feminist Culture

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Scripture: Genesis 7:1-24
Topics: Suffering & Persecution, Humility, Biblical Womanhood, Culture & Politics, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Preaching, Elders, Polemics, Polemics, Church Unity, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Contributor: Joel Webbon

We are often far too quick to write-off someone who holds to traditional views as a fundamentalist or ultra-conservative. However have we considered that perhaps we are being influenced by the feminism and post-modernism of our culture more than we would like to admit?

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Imitating All Of Christ

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Scripture: Genesis 6:9-22
Topics: Suffering & Persecution, Humility, Biblical Womanhood, Culture & Politics, Discipleship, Doctrine of Sanctification, Doctrine of the Son, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Preaching, Elders, Polemics, Polemics, Church Unity, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Polemics, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Most of us would probably say it is always a sin to mock others. However, in the earthly ministry of Christ we see him frequently utilizing satire and other forms of strong language in order to address his opposition. If we are truly called to imitate Christ, should we seek to imitate this aspect of Christ’s ministry as well?