November 6, 2007 • 1:14 pm
Anyone having even a cursory understanding of the Bible, or having read a number of my recent posts such as the one posted HERE, or THIS ONE, or THIS OTHER ONE OVER HERE must surely understand why THIS is wrong on so many levels that I can hardly begin. But THIS puts the icing on the cake. I must honestly say that, even as a ‘Charismatic’, I can sincerely understand why so many desire to distance themselves from all things ‘Charismatic’. Disappointing.
God help us!
Filed under: Charismatic, Contraversy, Debate, Discipline, Doctrine, Elders, Pastors, Pentecostalism, Theology, Word of Faith
October 19, 2007 • 4:57 pm
Elders. For some, that word brings to mind a group of grumpy old men gathered together to either advise, or give orders to, a church’s pastor. And Biblically, they may be elders, but they aren’t the only ‘elders’ at your church. Read the rest of this entry »
Filed under: Bible, Bishops, Charismatic, Denominations, Doctrine, Elders, Hermeneutics, Ministers, Theology