“You did not choose Me, but I chose you … ” – Jesus of Nazareth (as quoted in John 15:16)
There is no such thing as a “pure church.”
Gerstner: ‘Had the Jews accepted Jesus’s offer of the kingdom, there would be no cross.’ What an indictment of the entire theological system!
It’s a knock at yourself when you knock your church …
The visible church throughout the world will always include some unbelievers because we cannot see hearts as God sees them.
Arminians believe that God is careful to elect only those whom He foresees will elect themselves.
Exposition of the Apostle Paul’s ministry in Acts 20:1-12
Who says you need church to be a good Christian?
The notion that all religions are the same seems disingenuous in light of the claims Christ made about Himself.
Joseph Smith founded the Latter-day Saint movement (Mormonism) upon a highly negative opinion of Christian churches and an utter disdain for its clergymen.
The purpose of this article is to recognize the legitimacy of certain religious conflicts.
There is no fundamental disagreement among the world’s Christians. The unbelievers are splintered into fragmented and angry groups.
Denominations can better prevent errant teaching because they have an ordination process. They are unlike independent churches where, at whim, almost anyone can start a church.
Mainstream denominations — if they remain biblical and conservative — bring stability to the group of Christians which are under their care. Denominational churches are less celebrity-driven than are the independents, too. Perhaps that is why they are boring to some.