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  • Reformed Theology Basics

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Apr 15, 2014

    What is Reformed Theology and why is it important?

    Title: Reformed Theology Basics Text: 2 Timothy 3:16-17 Q1. Why Study Reformed Theology (1) It has an historical significance One of the things we are often remiss in doing in the church is studying our history. We tend to see things in the lens of our personal experience, rather than more

  • Baptists And Reformed Theology

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Jul 11, 2014

    The reformation gave rise to many denominations, including the baptists. In this lesson we see how reformed theology is an important part of baptist history.

    When I began this series, I listed 14 individual lessons which we were going to cover regarding the history of the church. The goal of this course was not to cover every historical event in the past 2,000 years, as that would be beyond our grasp. But instead, it was to show the clear more

  • What Is A Reformed Evangelical?

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Jun 22, 2014
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    This massage was preached on the Sunday Sovereign Grace Family Church was affirming the decision of the Elders to join the Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals.

    Today is an historic for Sovereign Grace Family Church. This church has been in existence for over half a century. We began as Forest Christian Church in a different building and a different time in history. Throughout the years, the denomination we were formally associated with became more

  • Did God Turn His Back On Jesus?

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Dec 5, 2013
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    Reformed theology that God turned His back on Jesus on the cross. Is this Biblical?

    Did God Turn His Back Upon Jesus? Matthew 27:45-46 In my seminary theological classes, we were taught that God had to turn his back on Jesus when the sin of the world was laid upon Him. This verse, and one from Habakkuk which states that God cannot bear to look upon evil were used to prove more

  • The Canons Of Dort Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Jun 22, 2014

    What is the TULIP of Reformed Theology and where did it come from?

    Church History: Examining the Creeds and Confessions of the Church Through the Ages and Why They Matter. Lesson 11: The Canons of Dort QUESTION: How many of you have ever heard of the theological acronym TULIP? Typically the TULIP is known as the Doctrines of Grace. Sometimes it is more

  • 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

  • Sola Fide - Salvation By Faith Alone Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Nov 27, 2017
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    It seems that there is a never-ending struggle between the belief of salvation by faith alone and salvation by faith AND works. What does the Bible tell us?

    Please open your Bibles to Romans 5:1-11 which we will read in a few minutes. Over the past few of weeks we have been taking a look at the five “Solas” that were reestablished after the Protestant Reformation came along in 1517. Sometimes when you read some of the major prophet Scriptures more

  • Pure And Unadulterated

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jun 21, 2011

    It doesn't matter how active you are in ministry if you are teaching a distorted Gospel.

    Some of you may remember my telling of an incident that took place in our Presbytery last fall. A woman pastor from the Netherlands was received into membership in our Presbytery even though she does not believe that Jesus is God, or in the atonement - that is, that the death of Jesus on the cross more

  • Hearts Open Wide For The Ministry Of Evangelism Series

    Contributed by Glenn Durham on Jan 4, 2011
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    God entrusts the work of evangelism to ambassadors controlled by love for Jesus.

    Scripture Introduction To teach pastors to dig deeply into the Bible, seminary students take Greek Exegesis, a course connecting study of the Greek language with work in the New Testament. During the semester, we translated and analyzed ten or so passages, each one revealing different methods more

  • The Last 100 Years Of Church History Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Jul 11, 2014
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    The past hundred years have brought many negatives including the social gospel movement. However, there have been movements to combat these with the truth. This lesson looks at both the good and bad of the past century.

    Over the course of the past 14 weeks, we have examined some of the most important periods in Church History. From the ancient creeds of the early church to the formal confessions of the protestant reformation, we have seen that throughout her existence the Church has always had people within who more

  • The Priesthood Of All Believers Series

    Contributed by Glenn Farinola on Apr 2, 2004
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    The Bible teaches that each member of the body of Christ has a responsibility to minister the gospel to others.

    The Priesthood of All Believers We have been studying in this series of sermons “What it means to be a Protestant”. Why important? Because realize it or not we as a nation have been experiencing a reversal of the protestant reformation. Have you heard of the ecumenical movement? That’s all more

  • Listening And Doing Series

    Contributed by Charles Wilkerson on Jul 27, 2009
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    3rd in a series on James.

    Did you realize that Howard Stapleton invented "the mosquito" in 2005. Not the annoying, disease carrying pest but a 17.4kh noisemaker intended to keep kids from loitering around shops and stores. It works because most people over 25 can’t hear that high a sound. Consider this; the same group of more

  • Faith By Itself

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Sep 8, 2012
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    Sermon for the 15th Sunday after Pentecost, Year B

    James 2: 1 – 17 / Faith By Itself Intro: Have you ever wondered why the owners of Golden Corral chose that name for their restaurant. The word “Golden” conjures up in our minds the idea of great value, great wealth, ultimate, the pinnacle. - - - I don’t have a problem more

  • Christ Alone Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Sep 29, 2017

    We shall examine three words that are important to understand what the cross is about.

    Scripture During this fall, we are focusing our attention on the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The Reformation began when an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther nailed Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. His propositions sparked a debate that more

  • The Council Of Trent Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Jun 17, 2014

    The Catholic Counter-Reformation.

    Church History: Examining the Creeds and Confessions of the Church Through the Ages and Why They Matter. Today, we come to the first council we have studied so far with which we will have profound disagreements. It is called the Council of Trent, and it described by the Catholic Church as more