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Does Cornelius Prove Faith Only Salvation?

by Bryant Evans on August 19, 2019

Acts 10 records the greatest moment in the history of the Gentile people. With centurion Cornelius, God opened the doors of salvation to all men, not just the Jews. For Gentiles, this event is the “Pentecost” of the Gentile world. Sadly, some Bible teachers have wrested the Scripture from its context and have attempted to […]

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Never Trust Your Preacher!

by Bryant Evans on January 18, 2019

Why would a preacher tell you to never trust your preacher? Isn’t trust inherent in the job of preaching? I mean, if you never trust your preacher, who can you trust? Gallup published a new poll last month which put preachers on par with journalists for trustworthiness. Only 37% of respondents rate clergy as high […]

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Are the Disobedient Saved?

by Bryant Evans on October 2, 2018

We recently wrote of the alleged clash between grace and works. Our conclusion was that a man cannot be saved apart from God’s grace. We also affirmed that there is a response, an obligation on the part of man which is also essential. Today, I want to pursue that idea a bit further. It is […]

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Grace Vs. Works

by Bryant Evans on September 30, 2018

There is no clash between grace and works. Both are undeniable biblical concepts. Christians are “saved by grace through faith” (Ephesians 2:8). They are also created to do good works and must be obedient to the Lord’s commands (Ephesians 2:10; Acts 6:7; Romans 1:5; Romans 6:17). Any clash between grace and works is man-made and […]

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Miracles

by Bryant Evans on November 21, 2017

Miracles fascinate the mind of almost everyone. Even the skeptic who denies that miracles ever occurred must look with wonder at the great stories of the resurrection. He should ponder how the church came to exist against the backdrop of the resurrection stories which were so easily investigated by people who were contemporaneous with the […]

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