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this article was written by Tim Challies on September 23, 2007. A few days ago I provided some suggestions for reading more and reading better. I recently dug up this valuable advice from the Puritan Richard Baxter. Centuries ago he wrote some advice … Continue reading
taken from challies.com No one enriches hell more than false teachers. No one finds greater joy in drawing people away from truth and leading them into error. False teachers have been present in every era of human history, they have … Continue reading
For the fifth session, Brett Davisson of Emmanuel Bible Church gave an historical example of discernment in action. Charles Spurgeon, known as “The Prince of Preachers”, was not a man of his time. As churches in the late 19th century worked to … Continue reading
In our fourth session of Reformation Pratum: Discernment, Larry Nickel of Emmanuel Bible Church addressed the topic of discerning the competing worldviews that we are presented with today. Our worldview is the lens through which we interpret the world around … Continue reading
In our third and fourth session of Reformation Pratum: Discernment, Larry Nickel of Emmanuel Bible Church addressed the topic of discerning the competing worldviews that we are presented with today. Our worldview is the lens through which we interpret the … Continue reading
In our first session of Reformation Pratum: Discernment, Pastor Eric Spuur of Mt. Angel Bible Church tackled the Biblical definition of discernment. Our culture, and even many Christians, say that discernment is judgmental and mean. Eric addressed this by focusing … Continue reading
This is the second presentation of Reformation Pratum: Discernment, held at Emmanuel Bible Church on November 14-15, 2014. Pastor Andrew Murch of LifePoint Church (Vancouver, WA) addressed how we should engage in discernment Christianly. How do we hold fast to correct doctrine … Continue reading