Tag Archives: God the Father

Converted to Christ or the Church

Today Christians no longer address unbelievers as “heathens,” “pagans,” “unregenerate,” “unsaved,” “reprobate,” or “sinners.” Instead, we kindly refer to them as “unchurched”, as if the Church is the unbeliever’s great need. The Church cannot die to redeem a life dead … Continue reading

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Harlotry in the Local Church

It seems that the evangelical church is struggling with an identity crisis.  There is an incredible desire to find “relevance” in a secular society.  The small prophetic book of Hosea has a serious warning to every pastor and parishioner. Hosea … Continue reading

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