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Christ's coming into this world 2,000 years ago demonstrates the fact that God always keeps His promises.
Martin Luther did not think that he would come to a point where he would be on trial for his life for the Christian faith in so-called Christian Europe. Could such a thing happen to Bible-believing Christians today?
Martin Luther suffered persecution and the threat of death from so-called Christians. Could it happen to Christians today?
Today, the Evangelical church has become a vast mission field.
2 Corinthians 11:1-4 calls our attention to one of the most tragic phenomena in Evangelical churches today: the growth of the Un-Protestant church,
What does it mean to come boldly before God's throne?
What is the believer's greatest privilege? Are you taking full advantage of it?
What needs to change in order for the Bible-believing church to become truly Protestant, truly the church of the Reformation, once again?
Few Christians understand how much of the truth the Reformers recovered from the darkness of Romanism has now slipped from the Evangelical church's grasp.
It is dangerous to view Scripture through a man-made lens.