Charles E. Hill John R. Richardson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando Editor’s Note – This is a manuscript for chapel address delivered at RTS Orlando in 2010, as part of a series of messages on the Apostles’ Creed. I. The Dilemma of the Reformers Perhaps ever since the Reformation, […]Read More “He Descended into Hell”
Monday, June 10, 2013 |by Phil Johnson Rodney Howard-Browne, self-styled “Holy Ghost Bartender,” has taken notice of the Strange Fire conference sponsored by Grace to You (October 16-18, 2013). He seems unnerved by the prospect that twenty-first-century charismatic phenomena are going to be examined in light of Scripture. Howard-Browne’s trademark giddiness has gone missing. […]Read More Not Laughing Now The Charismatic false teaching, mass hysteria and demonic manifestations.
INTRODUCTION “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good” (1 Thessalonians 5:21) The believer in Christ is to prove or test all things, and this includes the modern Charismatic movement. We are to test all things by the Word of God which is our only infallible rule and measuring stick. How does the […]Read More The Charismatic Movement* 35 DOCTRINAL ISSUES
by Simon Turpin on September 6, 2016 Find Out More The belief in the Bible’s inerrancy has long been under attack not just from outside the church but also from within. Today there is an increasing number of pastors, theologians, churches, and theological institutes that use the term inerrancy, but it may well be […]Read More Beware of Theologians “Redefining” Inerrancy