Copyright © Tim Warner METHOD OF BIBLICAL INTERPRETATIONProgressive Dispensationalism maintains the literal (normal) method of biblical interpretation as the default hermeneutic. Progressive Dispensationalists also rely heavily on the New Testament writers' interpretations and applications of Old Testament prophecy. This is more than simply applying a 'model' of interpretation based on a 'style' established by the … Continue reading Progressive Dispensationalism 101 The Basics
Sir Isaac Newton is acknowledged as one of the most brilliant physicists, historians, and mathematicians of all time. Yet he has been scorned and maligned by Christian theologians for his unorthodox theological beliefs. As professor at Trinity College, Cambridge, Newton was required to be a member in good standing of the Church of England. There … Continue reading 8. The Christology of Sir Isaac Newton – The Evolution of God
Physical vs. Spiritual Dichotomy — Dualism One of the concepts of Greek mysticism that invaded Christianity, and continues to grip Christian thinking to some extent today, is the idea of a sharp dichotomy between the "spiritual" and the "physical." "Spirit" is seen as good, and "matter" is seen as inherently corrupt. This concept is typically … Continue reading Faith & Works – The Misconceptions Regarding Baptism
What is Repentance? It's an excellent question, and it is a subject on which there is considerable misunderstanding. Some believe repentance is feeling sorry for what I've done wrong. And that is a fine thing, but it's not the same as repentance. Others think it is about crying loudly and and telling someone all your … Continue reading What is Repentance?
It is easier to explain away why we dont receive divine healing when we pray for it. We all tend to make excuses for why people do not receive their divine healing. The excuses have been propagated over the decades by Christians to try and explain away what has happened and why. Healing is something … Continue reading Myths and Excuses about Gods Healing Power
Arthur Pink, 1937 "Lord, I do believe! Help my unbelief!" (Mark 9:24). This was the honest confession of one whose faith had been put to a most severe test. It issued from a man who had a son possessed by a demon, which grievously tormented him, "Whenever it seizes him, it throws him to the … Continue reading The Believer’s Paradox
by Smith Wigglesworth Please Read Luke 4:1-20. Our precious Lord Jesus has everything for everybody. Forgiveness of sin, healing of diseases and the fullness of the Spirit all come from one source - from the Lord Jesus Christ. Hear Him who is the same yesterday, today and forever as He announces the purpose for which … Continue reading Deliverance to the Captives – Ever Increasing Faith