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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Hudson Taylor on Faith

Firm Faith—Hudson Taylor (1832 – 1905) The spread of the gospel in nineteenth-century China owed much to one man—Hudson Taylor. As the founder of the China Inland Mission (CIM) in 1865 and a great encourager of missionaries, Taylor blazed a trail for the gospel, leaving 125,000 Chinese Christians at his death. Men such as C. […]

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How I prepare sermons

Regarding sermon prep, I had Haddon Robinson at Dallas Theological Seminary, and his course is basically contained in his book, “Biblical Preaching.” I don’t follow his method to a T, but I do generally follow it, with many shortcuts that are necessary for ministry survival. I begin just with the old observation, interpretation, application process […]

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