Tagged: Charles Spurgeon

Right Vs. Almost Right

I have noticed a tendency common among my fellow Reformed and Calvinistic brethren to let down our guard when it comes to those who believe in predestination. We often tend to give them a...

Trying To Prove Spurgeon Wrong

(You won’t be able to fully file this brief article under our mainsail category of polemics, nor does it necessarily carry sufficient wind to be drawn from either discernment, and theology. It’s a quick...

Right Vs. Almost Right

I have noticed a tendency common among my fellow Reformed and Calvinistic brethren to let down our guard when it comes to those who believe in predestination. We often tend to give them a...

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Repentance Must Go With Forgiveness

In Acts 5:31 we read that Jesus is “exalted to give repentance and forgiveness of sins.” These two blessings come from that sacred hand which once was nailed to the tree, but is now...

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Reformed and other Facebook Memes

Here are a few Facebook memes by Psalm 12 Outreach that you can share if you like. For more, please visit us on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/psalm12outreach. Enjoy! [fb-post href=”https://www.facebook.com/psalm12outreach/photos/a.861236063940166.1073741828.846625632067876/942027119194393/?type=1&theater”] [fb-post href=”https://www.facebook.com/psalm12outreach/posts/941698385893933:0″] [fb-post...

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Progressive Theology

In this age of progress, religious opinions move at railway speed. Within the last few weeks many have made an open advance of a very special kind; we say an open advance, for we suspect that secretly they had for a long time harbored the errors which now they have avowed. And what a revelation it is! Here, one sees a “Moderate” declaring his advance to “another gospel” in the boldest terms; and there, another, highly esteemed for his supposed love of the truth, stubbing it after the subtle manner of its most malicious foes. While some of the most perverted cunningly endeavor to appear orthodox, others of a braver nature come out in their true colors, and astonish us with the glaring hue of their heresy. That which makes manifest is light; and, however much we may deplore the unwelcome discoveries of the present controversy, we ought to be thankful that they are made, for it is better for us to know where we are, and with whom we are associating.

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Sundays are for Sabbath Rest

[Editor’s Note: Some P&P Contributors hold to the 1689 Confession, some are Calvinistic dispensationalists that do not, and one rowdy contributor isn’t even a Calvinist – the horror. We may not all agree on...