The Pillar and Ground of the Truth

Mention the term church to a group of people, and you will receive as many definitions and perceptions of “church” as there are people. Of course, many equate church with religion and pride themselves in their resoluteness to have nothing to do with either. But others will actually claim to be religious and even attend weekly services, albeit sporadically. The reasons given for identifying themselves with a particular religious group and, in turn, their understanding of that group’s function or purpose vary greatly.

Who Are You to Judge? (Part 3)


What Does The Bible Say?



A consideration of the biblical teaching concerning the need for biblical discernment. Originally aired on Grace Global Radio, April 2018.



Matthew 7

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Who Are You to Judge? (Part 2)


What Does The Bible Say?



A consideration of the biblical teaching concerning the need for biblical discernment. Originally aired on Grace Global Radio, April 2018.



Matthew 7

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Who Are You to Judge? (Part 1)


What Does The Bible Say?



A consideration of the biblical teaching concerning the need for biblical discernment. Originally aired on Grace Global Radio, April 2018.



Matthew 7

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Fosdick: An Evangelical Ahead of His Time

Almost a century ago, a renowned religious liberal sanctimoniously derided biblical fundamentalists for their out-dated and intolerant beliefs while resolutely declaring that such individuals have no right to “shut the doors of Christian fellowship” on those who embrace the new theology (religious liberalism) which esteemed man’s “new knowledge” above God’s revelation as found in His Word.

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