Tag: God

#50 Dr. Joel McDurmon: God Versus Socialism

https://media.blubrry.com/bridge_ministries/p/bridgeminlaredo.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Dr.-Joel-McDurmon-God-Verses-Socialism.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreDr. Joel McDurmon joins us again to talk about his book “God Versus Socialism.”

Theological Essay: Repentance – The Obligation & The Gift

  Repentance is a dense word that carries theological significance, obligatory action, and requires grace from God.  Living in the twenty-first century where words like tolerance, multiculturalism, pluralism, relativism, and unity are used as trigger words to silence anyone with an opposing opinion, or…

The Call to Repentance

The first proclamation that Jesus made when beginning His ministry was, “repent, all of you, for the Kingdom of the Heavens is at hand” (Matthew 3:2; 4:17).  The call to repentance is to be given in all generations, because repentance serves as a means…

Peter’s Freely Determined Choice

The question of Peter’s freedom and responsibility (or lack thereof) in his denial of Christ is one example of many times in Scripture where the tension between God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility is demonstrated. As Christians, it’s important for us to sit as students…

Every Ought Implies an Is

Every ought implies an is. What does this mean and why does it matter? It means that for every ought statement (“you ought to eat your vegetables”), there is a rule, code or law behind it with authority that gives it weight—that makes it…

Heidelberg Catechism: God the Holy Spirit

Lord’s Day 20 Q&A 53 Q. What do you believe concerning “the Holy Spirit”?  A. First, that the Spirit, with the Father and the Son, is eternal God.1 Second, that the Spirit is given also to me,2 so that, through true faith, he makes me…