Doctrine Divides – and Rightly So   There are some hills worth dying on. Others, not so much. There are some issues in Scripture, primary issues, on which we that we cannot be wrong. Other issues, tertiary issues are things that we can lovingly disagree on and still have fellowship with one another. When you […]

Truth Matters Conference     The Truth Matters Conference was held from October 16-18th 2019 and was a celebration to honor John MacArthur’s 50th year of pulpit ministry. John MacArthur has been known to speak very candidly regarding theological distinctives and polemically against individuals who are regarded as unscriptural and even heretical. His matter-of-fact, level-headedness […]

The Universal Church   When asked this question, most people would jump right in and say the name of their local church. Some will envision the “little white church on a hill” where they first came to know the Lord. Others will think of their particular denomination. Then other people will think of all believers […]

The Inspiration, Inerrancy, and Authority of Scripture   “A supernatural communication of truth from God is a revelation; the supernatural transference of the truth to the spoken or written word is inspiration.” (James Bannerman, Inspiration, pg. 151) God can only be known in the ways He has chosen to reveal Himself.  God has chosen to […]

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 54:31 — 25.0MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS TheologyAnswers podcast this week deals with the authority and sufficiency of Scripture. We must understand that the test for all doctrine and theology is the Scripture but MANY consider it a […]