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Importance of Creeds and Confessions: Part 2

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Importance of Creeds and Confessions: Part 1

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Question of the Month: July 2011

Do you consider yourself a "Fundamentalist"?  - Anonymous I am delighted to have an opportunity to answer this question.   I get this question more than you might think.  Fundamentalists ask me this question because they've heard people call me a Fundamentalist, but have not seen evidence of it in my ...

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James White on Dave Welch’s Worldnet Daily Article

On December 22nd, my friend, Dave Welch of the Houston Area Pastor’s Council wrote an article defending the Manhattan Declaration.  Welsh’s article was a response to opposition in general (which would include me), and John MacArthur’s opposition in particular to the Declaration.   I addressed this issue in ...

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Where Are All the Healthy Churches?

As I have the privilege of teaching at homeschool conferences around the country (California, Iowa, and Virginia to name a few), I have had the privilege of talking to hundreds of families.  For the most part, these conversations have been very encouraging.  However, there is one thing I’ve learned ...

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Thank God for Honest Roman Catholic Apologists

A dear friend of mine sent me a link to an amazing website called pugio fidei.  In the article to which he linked, the authors offered some astonishing advice to Catholics defending their faith against Protestants (and Calvinists in particular).  Among the more eye-opening admissions in their post is a ...

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