Tag Archives: Tradition

Philosophy And Vain Deceit

Superstition, unbelief, and carnal wisdom have endeavoured to usurp the place of Christ crucified, to the grief of the church of God. The enemies without do us small damage, but those within the church cause her serious harm; by supplanting … Continue reading

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The Danger Of Presupposition

The Bible addresses us in plain and intelligible language, While there are many mysteries in it that angels desire in vain to look into and many things difficult to be understood which the perverse frequently wrest to their own destruction, … Continue reading

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Come Out From Among Them

There is a widely-spread desire to make things pleasant in religion – to saw off the corners and edges of the cross, and to avoid, as far as possible, self-denial. On every side we hear professing Christians declaring loudly that … Continue reading

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A New Translation

 A NEW TRANSLATION Forasmuch as the world is making rapid progress in arts and sciences, and the old fashioned doctrine of the Cross is left so far in the background, and as the style, and more particularly the principles, of … Continue reading

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Prove All Things By the Word of God

The true Christian was intended by Christ to prove all things by the Word of God, all churches, all ministers, all teaching, all preaching, all doctrines, all sermons, all writings, all opinions, all practices.  These are his marching orders.  Prove … Continue reading

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