Special Episode of the Pulpit & Pen

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Please take the time to listen to this special episode of the Pulpit & Pen Program, in relation to the unnecessary and envious criticism directed toward Gospel preacher, Paul Washer.


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  1. Nate says:

    This episode burnt two strawman, Paul Washer and Confessional Presbyterianism. The two “presbyterians” don’t subscribe to the Westminster Confession of Faith. They are ordained in the United Reformed Church. Both are graduates of Westminster Seminary California, a seminary which is known for “Lutheranizing” reformed doctrines (example emphasizing the antithesis between law and gospel and prioritizing justification over union with Christ). If they were Confessional Presbyterians they would confess….
    “These good works, done in obedience to God’s commandments, are the fruits and evidences of a true and lively faith: and by them believers manifest their thankfulness, strengthen their assurance, edify their brethren, adorn the profession of the gospel, stop the mouths of the adversaries, and glorify God, whose workmanship they are, created in Christ Jesus thereunto, that, having their fruit unto holiness, they may have the end, eternal life.” Westminster Confession of Faith XVI.2

  2. Dave B says:

    Who were those guys who were attacking Washer?
    I suppose whoever they are they believe that Spurgeon
    wasn’t reformed since he was a hated Baptist.

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