Romans 3:1-10

Q- “Then what advantage has the Jew Or what is the value of circumcision?” Paul deals with the arguments of the Jews After Paul’s comments in Chapter 2 that there is no difference when it comes to God’s judgment towards either the Jew or Gentile, they ask Paul what then is special in being Jewish.

Free Will or Free Agency

“Our God is in heaven; he does whatever pleases him.” (Psalm 115:3) 1. Man, in his state of innocency, had freedom and power to will and to do that which is good and well pleasing to God; but that state was mutable, or changeable, so that he was able to fall from it. 2. Man,

Sharing Our Faith

We know Jesus as our Saviour because someone was shared the truth to us. We in turn share the same truth of Christ to others.   Telling others about the salvation of Christ is the most exciting opportunity we have as believers. It is a work of the Holy Spirit in you sharing truth as

Free Will vs Free Agency

“Our God is in heaven; He does whatever pleases Him.” (Psalm 115:3)   1.    Man, in his state of innocency, had freedom and power to will and to do that which is good and well pleasing to God; but that state was mutable, or changeable, so that he was able to fall from it. 2.  

Elders and their Roles

The Church & Eldership The term church comes from two words: kuriakon which means “dedicated to the Lord” which was used for the place of worship. ecclesia translated “assembly” literally “the called out ones” The idea is of people who have been called out of darkness into His wonderful light. It is applied to the

The Universalistic Passages

by Loraine Boettner Probably the most plausible defense for Arminianism is found in the universalistic passages in Scripture. Three of the most quoted are: II Peter 3:9, "Not wishing [or, KJV, not willing] that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance”; I Tim. 2:4, [God our Savior] "who would have all men

Five Solas

Five solas The Five Solas are five Latin phrases (or slogans) that emerged from the Protestant Reformation intended to summarize the Reformers' basic theological principles in contrast to certain teachings of the Roman Catholic Church of the day. "Sola" is Latin meaning "alone" or "only" and the corresponding phrases are: Sola Fide, by faith alone.