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Why Do These Pentecostals Keep Growing?

In his Christianity Today article titled Why Do These Pentecostals Keep Growing, Ed Stetzer, a noted Christian researcher and missiologist, is not focusing on aberrant Pentecostal groups but what he terms “orthodox evangelical Pentecostals.”  Neither is he interested in debating Pentecostalism.  … Continue reading

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What New Testament Church are you trying to Restore?

From time to time you will here some say that they’re trying to restore THE New Testament church, with emphasis on THE.  For example, a whole movement, Stone-Campbell of the early-mid nineteenth century (non-instrumental Church of Christ, Christian Church, and Disciples of Christ), … Continue reading

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Baptists and Alcohol

Let’s be clear about one thing: Scripture does not forbid the use of alcohol.  Rather, it forbids the exessive use of alcohol to the point of drunkenness (Gal. 5:21; 1 Tim. 3:3). So where did teetotalism come from amoung Baptists? … Continue reading

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Am I Wrong?

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you would have discovered how liturgical I have become in recent years.  But here is the rub.  People tend not to associate liturgical with Baptists. I have already encountered that in numerous … Continue reading

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