Tag Archives: evangelism

The False Logic of Inclusivism

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            Inclusivism claims that while the provision of Jesus Christ is the only means of salvation, explicit faith or knowledge in him is unnecessary for salvation. In other words those who have never heard the gospel are not exempt from God’s mercy, providing they respond to natural revelation. The position finds its attractiveness from the logic it uses: the wideness […]

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The Assembly and the Gospel – 1 Thessalonians 1

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The Gospel! We love that word, don’t we? It reminds us of missionaries giving their lives because of a firm conviction that the Lord Jesus saves. It reminds us of pioneers who sought to see assemblies established across vast regions, whose work we benefit from and revere unto this day. It reminds us of tents and tracts and door-to-door work, […]

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FIVE VERSES: Homosexuality

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The Bible is God’s Word, we are God’s people, and therefore we must both know and stand for Scripture. No opinion or philosophy or political understanding holds any weight unless it is based upon the Word of God. And despite that many would want to evade or compromise the issue, Scripture even and especially speaks clearly on homosexuality. So then, […]

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The Need for Evangelism in a Pagan Culture

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As we are faced with the realities of immorality, we should be faced with the realities of judgment. Were not Sodom and Gomorrah righteously judged? Has history not shown that the nation which compromises truth, denies God, radically accepts sexual sin, and teaches others to do so will fall into chaos? Think about it, without God there is no morality […]

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The Importance of Evangelism

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Did you hear about the millions of people who genuinely came to Christ recently? Probably not. Why? Simply because the vast majority of Christians do not share their faith on a regular basis. Are you part of that majority? The Great Commission of our Lord commands every disciple to go. Why do we take His command so lightly? Biblical Incentive […]

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Moses: How Not to Respond

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In Deuteronomy 33:1, Moses is described as ‘the man of God,’ because he had such a godly passion for the Most High. However, before he became this man, in Exodus he is portrayed as an incompetent and unwilling servant. In this study of selected portions of Exodus 3-5, we hope to find some examples not to imitate so we can serve the […]

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The Gospel in a Nutshell

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Something severely missing in today’s Christian realm is the preaching of a complete gospel message, whether on the platform or by personal interaction. We are responsible to present the gospel biblically and fully, yet many don’t even know the basics. Below are four main points that are instrumental in preaching the full gospel. Each point includes a biblical reference, the […]

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Principles of Witnessing

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Below are simple elements regarding ways to witness, what to do when witnessing, and the simple technique of finding common ground. If one is serious about evangelism, these basic principles of witness should be learned and put into practice as they will be needed frequently. Ways to Witness Personal encounters are the most common and effective when it comes to […]

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