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John MacArthur: Take the Mark of the Beast, Still Be Saved

Listen very carefully to John MacArthur’s teaching here. Lord willing, I’ll share my thoughts with you on this soon.

All the Promises of God

For all the promises of God find their Yes in him. That is why it is through him that we utter our Amen to God for his glory. – 2 Corinthians 1:20 All of God’s promises, without exception, were and are made to and fulfilled in Christ Jesus. It is the most fundamental ignorance of […]

You Really Believe That, Lady?

John MacArthur is Robbing the Church

[ For the sake of the Church, I’d like to ask you to share this post far and wide. Thanks – JT ] For I tell you that Christ became a servant to the circumcised to show God’s truthfulness, in order to confirm the promises given to the patriarchs, and in order that the Gentiles […]

June 26

Bootlicker, Ignorant, Coward or Unregenerate?

Nowhere are Christian leaders more prone to kowtow to others as when their very careers and reputations may be affected by those to whom they allow serious error in exchange for favorable status to the masses, especially in these days of social media. Such is the case regarding John MacArthur.

Dispensationalism: Diminishing the Cross of Christ

According to dispensationalists, animal sacrifices will be reinstituted during a future millennium along with a new temple in Jerusalem. The resumption of animal sacrifices, according to John MacArthur, is the new, old way to memorialize Christ. Israel rejected their Messiah, but when they have received Him and are in His kingdom, they will have a […]

The Danger of a Large Ministry

For am I now seeking the favor of men, or of God? Or am I striving to please men? If I were still trying to please men, I would not be abond-servant of Christ. – Galatians 1:10 (NASB) There is nothing wrong per-se with mega-churches and worldwide ministries led, often times, by authors of hundreds […]

John MacArthur’s Closet Retraction (Did Phil Johnson Really Post This?)

I read these retractions this morning, allegedly from John MacArthur, concerning some teachings of his from earlier years. All of these retractions are in regard to MacArthur’s book “The Gospel According to Jesus”, and are claimed to have been posted by Phil Johnson years ago. My question is, did Phil Johnson really post this? There’s […]

A Question for The Master’s Seminary

I ran across this doctrinal and teaching  statement this morning (November 14, 2011) from the Master’s Seminary regarding the Sonship of Jesus Christ. Honestly, it is very curious, and for now, at least, reads as following: We teach that, in the incarnation, the second person of the Trinity laid aside His right to the full […]

What Will the Church Do With Such A Man?

Suppose, for a moment, that there is a preacher who is teaching that after Christ Jesus comes again, you will have time for repentance and you can be saved from the eternal, and just, wrath of God for rejecting the Gospel offered through His Son, Jesus Christ. What would you think of such a man? […]

John MacArthur: The Reversal of the Reformed Revival

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John MacArthur–Pushing Darby

The following is an historical timeline of sorts, showing the origins of American Dispensationalism. This teaching, founded upon a hard distinction between Israel and the Church, is still, despite it’s origin, being propagated, according to a recent poll by 65% of evangelicals. It is truly disturbing that proclaiming Jesus as King sitting on David’s throne […]

Reformed Theology Opposes John MacArthur

John MacArthur has a series of messages entitled “Why Every Calvinist Should Be a Premillennialist.” I don’t want to give the links, because I’d rather you not read them, but there it is. The transcriptions to his series are interesting, yes, but filled with non-biblical fancy and false presuppositions, which, needless to say is disappointing […]

Today, and Not Partially

It’s Friday, and I was not going to post, but this is bothering me. I hope it will bother you as well. Sunday, we are going to worship the Lord, for His work, for His glory. It will be, or should be, all about Him. You know it and so do I. So, having said […]

Persecution: A Price To Pay For Being A Christian?

A testimony of Dr Daniel Wong, a professor at The Master’s College, who faced persecutions as a Christian first hand from Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution in China. John MacArthur: I am absolutely 100% convinced that the weakness of the church in America, the superficiality of the church, the shallowness of the church, the […]

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