Category Archives: Matthew

There is no room for cessationism in Christian theology.

Brother Dave linked to a great article on being active Christians from the blog called Following Judah’s Lion. I love the byline that Rick wrote, which says, The church should be an instrument of redemption and practice redemptive socialism. Within … Continue reading

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There are times when you read a blog post and go wow!

  Justin has started a blog which he calls blogosasarkos which in of its self is a great name. His recent post on “Hell” is well worth the read in how he engages with the passage in Mathew 25:31-46. Then … Continue reading

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3 witnesses needed for baptism.

I have never really been interested in the genealogy in Matthew or any of the other Biblical books for that matter. I have mostly considered them boring and normally skipped quickly over them. Yet in saying this I was caught by this … Continue reading

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