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  • The Protestant Reformation Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Jun 8, 2014
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    Today, we come to a portion of this series which is obviously very near and dear to my heart as a teacher of Reformed Theology: The Protestant Reformation.

    Church History: Examining the Creeds and Confessions of the Church Through the Ages and Why They Matter. Lesson 9: The Battle Cries of the Reformation Today, we come to a portion of this series which is obviously very near and dear to my heart as a teacher of Reformed Theology: The more

  • Mystery Babylon, The Protest Begins Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 15, 2015

    Eventually people get it: You must come out of Babylon. Here is the story of those first heroes of the Protestant Reformation, who saw Babylon, protested, and were forced out. Thank God for them.

    PART THREE: WHEN PEOPLE PROTEST 1300-1870 THIRTY-SEVEN: THE CALL "OUT OF HER" BEGINS The light which manifests itself to many individuals within the church slowly becomes such a burning glow that, combining with the loss of prestige of the Papacy, and the growing political tensions, it can more

  • A Song Of Protested Innocence Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Jul 7, 2013
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    A Song of Protested Innocence - Psalm 7 - sermon by Gordon Curley. (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). A prayer for deliverance (vs 1-2) (2). A protest of innocence (vs 3-5) (3). A plea for vindication (vs 6-10) (4). A proclamation of judgment (vs 11-16) (5). A praise for righteousness (vs 17) SERMON BODY: • Quote: ‘Sticks and stones may break my bones more

  • Protesting Or Practicing Praise Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Jul 16, 2007
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    We either practice praise or protest against it.

    The Hallelujah Factor Series Based upon Jack Taylor’s book The Hallelujah Factor Protesting or Practicing Praise Pt. 1 July 15, 2007 FBC, Chester Mike Fogerson, Pastor Introduction A Praise is any vocal, audible and/or visible adoration of more

  • Resolving Conflicts Series

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Mar 26, 2020

    Are you presently going through a conflict with someone? Do you know that conflicts tend to have negative consequences on either party dealing with it? This message speaks to you as to how to resolve conflicts the godly way from Nehemiah 5.

  • Mystery Babylon:, The Protestants, America, Mexico, Vatican I Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 20, 2015

    Babylon is dealt a heavy blow as people begin to stream out of her, fight against her, and even discover a new world free from her influence (at least at the beginning). How will she respond to all of these changes?

    FORTY-THREE: PROTESTANTISM This book is not meant to be an endorsement of "Protestantism" over Catholicism, though you may be shocked to hear me say it. It is not quite that simple. For example, "Protestant" England comes about in part as a result of the love-life of Henry VIII. Henry refuses more

  • Protesting Our Innocence - The Calvary Road Series Series

    Contributed by Greg Buchner on Apr 13, 2004
    based on 23 ratings

    We can continue to protest our innocence, to be the Pharisee who fails to look upon his own short-comings, only to find ourselves unblessed, spiritually dry, and out of touch with God. Or we can experience continual revival in our hearts, when we come bef

  • Should Protestants Change Our Habits During Lent?

    Contributed by Dennis King on Feb 25, 2018
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    What is the value of Lenten Rituals to Protestants?

  • Conflict Resolution Series

    Contributed by Dr. Lewis W. Gregory on Jun 5, 2020
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    Conflicts are common to all mankind. But just as God was the hope of the Nation of Israel, He will also be our Savior in times of trouble. "O thou hope of Israel, the Saviour thereof in the time of trouble" Jeremiah 14:8

    CONFLICTS ARE COMMON - Conflicts are common to all mankind. They have been around since the beginning of time when Cain became jealous of Abel and killed him in an outburst of anger (Genesis 4:3-12). Centuries later, when the United States was divided by a Civil War, President Lincoln wisely more

  • Should Protestants Be Allowed To Have An Opinion Regarding The New Pope?

    Contributed by Frederick Meekins on Mar 20, 2013

    Should Protestants Be Allowed To Have An Opinion Regarding The New Pope?

    It has been suggested that it is a tragedy for Evangelicals to pray and fast regarding the new pope as called for by Rick Warren. While it might not be an issue worthy of fasting over as it doesn't look like most of the top contenders to the papal throne have themselves missed too many meals and more

  • Mystery Babylon: Anti-Jew, Anti-Protestant, Anti-America Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 29, 2015

    For the first 60 years of the 20th century, Rome seemed to be at business as usual for her. Seniors today were raised with a Romanism that was a far cry from the compromising brand of today. Thus the Protestant's ease in separating from her.

  • Sola Gratia

    Contributed by Christopher Arch on Apr 15, 2020
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    This sermon was part of a series on the Protestant Reformation

    Title: “Sola Gratia” Script: Eph. 2:1-9 Type: 5 Solas Series Where: GNBC 10-15-17 Intro: There is a joke on the net that makes a good point about salvation by grace. A man dies and goes to heaven. The admittance angel meets him at the pearly gates. The angel says, "Here's how it more

  • George Tankervil Series

    Contributed by Michael Buckingham on Nov 8, 2011
    based on 2 ratings

    Tankervil was baptised with fire, and rose to life eternal. Tankervil was martyred on the 26th August 1555. There is a plaque in the centre of St. Albans in memorial of him. This is His story:

    George Tankervil George Tankervil (also known as George Tankerfield) was born in the early 1500s in the city of York in England. Tankervil worked as a baker, but it was not for this occupation that he was made famous. During the reign of good King Edward 6th (12 October 1537 – 6 July more

  • Negativism Series

    Contributed by Dr. Lewis W. Gregory on Jun 2, 2020

    We live in a day of massive negativism. Everyone is a critic, and faultfinding is running rampant.

    Are you emphasizing the positive or the negative? Are you a religion basher, or a Life dispenser? Are you a faultfinder, or a solution maker? Are you promoting lies and deception, or truth and light? NEGATIVISM - We live in a day of massive negativism. Everyone is a critic, and more

  • Why Liberty Still Matters

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Mar 26, 2021
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    Martin Luther King Jr marching in the streets, arm in arm, standing for liberty.

    Martin Luther King Jr marching in the streets, arm in arm, standing for liberty. King Leonidas of Sparta, standing arm in arm with Spartans, and Greeks, standing for liberty The alliance of nations at Waterloo standing with muskets, against Napoleon, the dictator, for liberty Socrates standing more