Categories: Theology

Some Comments on Sound Doctrine

John MacArthur, The Truth War [Thomas Nelson], p. 198: “Sound doctrine divides, confronts, separates, judges, convicts, reproves, rebukes, exhorts, and refutes error. None of these things is very highly esteemed in postmodern thought. But the health of the church depends on our holding firmly to the truth, for where strong convictions are not tolerated, discernment […]

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John Chrysostom to Husbands

“Husbands, Gentleness and Love Are the Foundations of a Strong Marriage”—John Chrysostom (c. 349 – 407) John the “Golden-mouth” (Chrysostom) was known as an eloquent and insightful preacher who was greatly loved by his congregations in Antioch. When he became Bishop of Constantinople, the new capital of the Roman Empire, in 398 A.D., John used […]

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