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Doctrine

by Bryant Evans on August 14, 2011

The “D” word has fallen out of favor in some places. Some suggest that it cannot be preached and should only be discussed at the most arcane level. Instead we preach about love and acceptance, grace mercy, favor and the like. Doctrine is out of favor. In some places, doctrine is seen as that which […]

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Holy Week

by Bryant Evans on April 17, 2011

Today is the beginning of Holy Week and it marks the final week of Lent. According to the Catholic calendar today is Palm Sunday which celebrates the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, Maundy Thursday  which is the time Catholics say the Lord instituted the Mass and the Sacrament of Holy Communion, Good Friday which […]

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Robert Bentley and Brotherhood

by Bryant Evans on January 26, 2011

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley discovered quickly that the secular community neither understands nor seeks to understand Christian thought. In comments to a denominational gathering just after being sworn inaugurated into office Bentley declared that there was no brotherhood with people who do not acknowledge Jesus Christ. The remarks were sharp and to the point. A […]

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The End of the Patriarchal Age

by Bryant Evans on August 16, 2010

A reader has asked the question: “When did the Patriarchal Age end for the Gentiles, Acts 2 or Acts 10?” It’s a good question and we will try to give an accurate answer. First some background. God has always placed himself under certain agreements with man. These Biblical covenants or dispensations are summarized in another […]

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A Congregation is not the Church

by Bryant Evans on August 10, 2010

Fellowship and cooperation among congregations is the will of the Lord. As brothers and sisters in a closely knit family we work together to tell the world of the good news of Jesus Christ and to share the glory of God with his creation. The One There is one church (Ephesians 4:4). Jesus promised to […]

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