by All About God

The sovereignty of God represents the ability to exercise His holy will or supremacy. The Most High, Lord of Heaven and earth, has unlimited power to do what He has resolved

by All About God

God, who is eternal, is not limited by time.  He rules simultaneously over all human history, beyond the physical limitations of any timeline.

by Dave Miller, Ph.D.

John Calvin (1509-1564) was a French theologian during the Protestant Reformation whose system of Christian theology, primarily expressed in his Institutes of the Christian Religion, has exerted tremendous influence throughout the Christian world for nearly five centuries. The central tenets of his thinking have been summarized under the acrostic TULIP.

by Howard Green
November 2, 2016

Once saved always saved and eternal security are subjects I’ve heard about in Christian circles for many years. I have noticed some people will use these terms interchangeably but there is a drastic difference between them.

by Dave Hunt

There is no question that Calvin imposed upon the Bible certain erroneous interpretations from his Roman Catholic background. Many leading Calvinists agree that the writings of Augustine were the actual source of most of what is known as Calvinism today.

by John Stonestreet & G.Shane Morris
September 26, 2018

According to Andy Stanley we are not required to obey any of the commandments found in the first part of our Bibles. This a tragic misreading of the Scriptures.

by True Discoveries

The 10 Commandments were known before Moses, and they are still important laws for all peoples today. The Bible shows that the Ten Commandments did not originate with Moses or in his time. Nor were they in any way limited only to the Jews.

by Compelling Truth

Nothing can be more important to a Christian than to know for certain that he or she is saved. In order to understand what it means to have faith in Jesus, we must first understand the nature of faith itself.

by All About God

Jesus came to reveal the God of the Bible. And God has revealed Himself in His book. Any deviation from that insight from Him is a made-up god.

by Following Jesus Christ
May 19, 2015

I do believe that Jesus has made it clear to all of us who truly seek Him in His word, that no one is designated for hell at the whim of God, and that everyone has an opportunity to recognize and choose the only One who can save us.

by David Cloud

Many people have walked into the Roman Catholic Church through the broad door of the “church fathers,” and this is a loud warning today when there is a widespread attraction to the “church fathers” within evangelicalism.

by Charles Henry, Jr.

How should we look at the larger issue of trying to obey God? Believe it or not, the idea of trying to obey God is becoming almost heretical in some Christian circles today. There are even seminars and conferences being offered today that deliberately minimize the importance of obeying God’s law.

by Herb Vander Lugt

Who chooses where we will spend eternity? For generations, readers of the Bible have struggled with this question. Countless arguments over the
role of God’s sovereignty and human freedom have divided individuals, churches, and denominations.

by Bill Muehlenberg
February 16, 2015

The hyper grace crowd preach the glorious truth of justification by grace alone, but then overlook the hundreds of imperatives found in the New Testament which urge these newly justified believers to work out this wonderful salvation by growing in obedience and holiness – sanctification in other words.

by David Dombrowski
July 25th, 2016

Jesus taught his disciples that in the last days, a time of mass delusion will come upon the earth. This is not only happening in the world, but it is happening in the church as well. It is shocking to see that doctrines and values formerly held sacred are now being discarded. Multitudes of Christians are being led to believe that if they can have some type of spiritual experience or witness a miracle, that will bear more validity than the words of Scripture itself.

by Kevin Reeves
February 15, 2013

Many of us have owned the glorious but erroneous vision of an end-times remnant walking in unconquerable power, transforming entire societies. The result has been nothing short of catastrophic. Every cult in the world has sprouted from the fertile soil of deception, always initiated by a drastic move away from the primacy of the Word of God into the nebulous, self-defining atmosphere of experience. 

by James Walker

Is salvation by faith in Christ alone or in faith plus works? The major theme of Paul's letters is that salvation is a totally free gift - not earned by good works, rituals, or obeying laws. Eternal life is by grace through faith. However, when turning to James one finds what appears at first to be a direct contradiction.

by T.A. McMahon
December 1, 2015

The cry of the Reformers was sola scriptura , which means that the Bible alone is to be the Christian’s authority in all matters of faith and practice. However, although Calvin and Luther, among others, waved that banner, they did not live by its important truth. They kept some baggage from their former faith that isn’t even found in God’s Word, or it is contrary to the teachings of Scripture.

by David W Cloud

This is a well-documented examination of the influential writer C.S. Lewis, who is loved with an equal fervor by “conservative evangelicals,” hell-denying emergents, Roman Catholics, Mormons, and even some atheists. We examine Lewis’ weak conversion testimony, his heresies, and the reason why he is so popular today..

by Dr. John Ankerberg, Dr. John Weldon

The writing team of Ankerberg and Weldon finish their look at the findings of the Jesus Seminar with this question: Which should be rejected: The New Testament, or Liberal Scholarship?

by Dr. John Ankerberg, Dr. John Weldon

The Jesus Seminar has been the source for many of the stories secular news magazines print about Jesus, especially around Easter and Christmas. Should they be considered authoritative? Can their scholarship be trusted? Drs. Ankerberg and Weldon look further at some of the problems with the Jesus Seminar in this article.

by Dr. John Ankerberg, Dr. John Weldon

Can anyone truly believe that Jesus is who He said He was, or that He did the things that He and the Gospel writers said He did? The Jesus Seminar says “No.” Drs. Ankerberg and Weldon explain why you do not have to take that as your final answer.

by Dr. John Ankerberg, Dr. John Weldon

Does it matter what you think about Jesus? Does it matter whether or not he was God in human flesh? Does it matter whether or not you believe your Bible to be the Word of God to man? Drs. Ankerberg and Weldon say “Yes,” and in this article they begin to explain why these are important matters especially for Christians.

by Michael Houdmann

Sound doctrine is important because the gospel is a sacred trust, and we dare not tamper with God’s communication to the world. Our duty is to deliver the message, not to change it.

by Prof Johan Malan
December 2012

We are living in a time of the most immense and relentless attacks on the Christian faith since the beginning of the church dispensation. The present onslaught does not primarily occur on the physical level in order to persecute and torture Christians, but rather on the spiritual and doctrinal level with a view to utterly deceiving them. 

by Albert Mohler

 While America's evangelical Christians are rightly concerned about the secular worldview's rejection of biblical Christianity, we ought to give some urgent attention to a problem much closer to home--biblical illiteracy in the church. This scandalous problem is our own, and it's up to us to fix it.

by McMahon, T.A.
Feb 1 2007
Apostasy is rampant within the evangelical church today.

by Eddie Snipes

As the church has entered the postmodern era, historic Biblical teaching has fallen by the wayside and new theologies have taken their place. The ‘new theology’ downplays the value of scripture and shifts the focus on emotionalism and experiential Christianity instead of Christianity based on truth.

by Henrietta Klaasing

Nowadays, challenges within Reformed Churches to Biblical teachings are widespread. This book, just published (in Afrikaans), describes how liberal and humanistic trends, including evolution, are undermining the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa.

by W. B. Howard

Do the scriptures teach that the Christians have been promised global victory on a grand scale, in this present age before Christ's Second Coming?

by Prof. Johan Malan

Christians are increasingly mobilised towards efforts of controlling and reforming the world by reminding them of their long-forgotten dominion mandate. This is particularly the case in the US and South Africa from where the global Transformations Movement is orchestrated. Disciples of Christ have allegedly, like believers in the Old Testament, neglected their biblical mandate to rule over the world and are now held directly responsible for the serious moral and spiritual crisis in which the world finds itself.

by Danny Isom 

"Moreover, they shall teach My people the difference between the holy and the profane, and cause them to discern between the unclean and the clean." (Ezekiel 44:23)