Three words: “Powerful illustration” and “Ouch”.
Hallelujah! God expects faithfulness, not ‘success’ guaged by numbers. Don’t try to be relevant. Preach… the… Word.
A veeeery brief overview of the history of fundamentalism.
Categories: Fundamentalism, Separation
Categories: Fundamentalism, Ministry, The Pastorate
Tags: call to ministry, full-time service, ministry training, Pastor
Suppose a young man comes to you and tells you that he feels called to be a pastor. I feel that one of the weaknesses of fundamentalism has been our tendency to look to our youth for leadership instead of developing more mature believers for the pastorate. So here is the advice I would give my son if he came to me before graduating high school and told me that he felt called to be a pastor. There are 5 areas that I believe must be thoroughly developed in a man before he should pastor.
SharperIron » Directions in Evangelicalism, Part 6
Kenton Sparks and Biblical Inerrancy.
Good thoughts on Creation, Evolution, and Inerrancy. The previous posts need not be read to enjoy this one.