Several years ago, I was talking with my best friend Mason. His dad is the pastor at a church in Southside, and I have a lot of respect for him and his ministry. Funnily enough, his church is the first… Read More »Why I Believe “Once Saved Always Saved”
The relationship between faith and works is hotly debated between different groups of Christians. On the one side, there are those who feel like salvation by faith alone absolves the Christian of any real moral responsibility and that one can… Read More »Thoughts on Once Saved Always Saved
“What on earth is a Judaizer?” you ask. Well, let me go ahead and tell you: the Judaizers were Christians (Jewish and non-Jewish) who believed circumcision, Sabbath, and purity laws were still binding on Christians. And they are public enemy… Read More »An Apology to the “Judaizers”
Whenever I would quote Ephesians 4 where Paul talks about “one Lord, one faith, one baptism” I meant that the one baptism was the specific way I was baptized. That is, one had to be immersed following a verbal confession… Read More »There is One Baptism (Mine, Not Yours)
Who wouldn’t want to live in eternal bliss? If given the choice between some kind of punishment or nothingness and guaranteed, never-ending happiness, I can’t think of anyone who would choose the latter. But, to use Neo’s words from A… Read More »Saved from Hell or…Something Else?