Due to the kindness and large-heartedness of my friend Scott Brown, I was one of the speakers at the NCFIC conference on the Worship of God. Sadly, despite the many good and helpful emphases of that conference, it is now famous for the controversial and negative statements made about Reformed Rap by a panel of […]
Below is an e-mail update sent out from Dr. Sam Waldron. If you would like to be added to the Midwest Center for Theological Studies e-mail list, please sign up here! Friends of MCTS, In April I wrote an email to report to you our friends to keep you abreast of several, encouraging changes in […]
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ! Dr. Richard Barcellos and I were privileged to serve our Savior in Namibia, Africa earlier this month. At the request of several Reformed Baptist pastors and missionaries, we were asked to equip pastors and church […]
In our latest video podcast, Dr. Waldron discusses his upcoming writing projects, including some thoughts on the regulative principle of worship.
Next week, Dr. Richard Barcellos and I will be flying to Namibia, Africa to teach two modular courses to indigenous pastors and church leaders at Grace Ministerial Academy. He will be covering hermeneutics while I will handle worldviews. Please pray for us! In training these pastors, we have a wonderful opportunity but also a humbling […]
On this week’s video podcast, Dr. Sam Waldron discusses some of his recent and upcoming international ministry opportunities.
I have one final observation to make on this whole debacle. When those who profess to be Bible-believing Christians with bold face claim to be able to decipher the time of Christ’s coming, we are apt to assume that the Bible must not be clear about this issue. If so many professing Christians over so […]
III. Its Concluding Application The “date-setters” make predictions that time after time prove to be false. Thus, they are akin to false prophets, and we may apply to such false teachers the warnings of Deuteronomy 18:20f. Deuteronomy 18:20-22 20 “‘But the prophet who speaks a word presumptuously in My name which I have not commanded […]
Context is crucial in understanding Matthew 24:36. Here is the circle of context which must be considered. C. The Broader New Testament Context I want you to look at two other passages in the New Testament that are related to the statement of Jesus in Matthew 24:36. The first passage is Acts 1:6, 7. And […]
The third thing that must be considered regarding Matthew 24:36 is … III. Its Contextual Confirmation False teachers have always quoted Scripture. 2 Peter 3:15-16 says: “and regard the patience of our Lord as salvation; just as also our beloved brother Paul, according to the wisdom given him, wrote to you, as also in all […]