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A Defense of Polemics

Polemics in the realm of Christianity is a highly controversial and often burdensome work. Polemicists are often accused of being divisive and unnecessarily incendiary in their work, and that there really is no biblical...

If a Freemason Died Today: Responding to Critics

Saturday night, I published an article entitled “If a Freemason Died Today…”.  The article has been shared many times in social media and has received numerous responses from supporters and detractors like.  I had not planned...

The “Lies” Behind “The Shack”

Of all the individuals introduced to us in the New Testament, the one who would perhaps win the vote for “most likely to live in a shack” would be John The Baptist. The Baptist...

Upon The Down-Grade Controversy by C.H. Spurgeon

The following article by Charles Spurgeon, excerpted in full, was published in The Sword and The Trowel in November 1887.  By the time of its publication, some half dozen articles related to the Down-Grade...

If a Freemason Died Today…

“Freemasonry teaches that salvation may be attained by ‘good works’ and not through faith in Christ alone.”  The North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention If you are a Christian you have...

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