Category Archives: True Christianity

Preacher’s Motives 1Thess 2:1-12

Article on what the preachers motives should be according to the Bible (and should not be). Continue reading

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The Biblical Marks of Christianity

This is an introductory post on what is true Christianity. Continue reading

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Is Foreign Missions Biblical?

A commentary on the question of whether foreign missions is biblical. Continue reading

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What is the Churchs Purpose?

The Churchs Purpose is to evangelize the lost, organize churches, and capcitate the brethren to do this work of God in reaching the world. Continue reading

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What is a “Fundamentalist” biblically considered? Aug ’14

In this post, I try to quantify what is a “fundamentalist”? I will put my own thoughts as well as links to some other people’s thoughts on the matter. Continue reading

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Resolution of SCBF on Biblical Fundamentalism vs Pseudo/Neo-Fundamentalism January 9, 1978

This is a copy of the resolution of the SCBF on Fundamentalism. Continue reading

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Marks of a True Christian

This post will look at the distinguishing marks of a true Christian, as per comments and teaching of Scripture. These marks are given by God to us so that we can discern those “tares” among us, and also so we can meditate on whether we are manifesting the marks of a true son of God. Continue reading

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