It’s popular to tout new insights into prophecy, but Bryan Augsburger and Mark McGinniss are exposing them as error. Augsburger answers “Is hype eclipsing hermeneutics?” …
The words “good,” “bad,” and “not quite ugly” characterize the causes our Regular Baptist fellowship of churches has rallied around through the years.
In January our fellowship of churches lost two representatives of the second generation of Regular Baptists: Joseph Bower and Shirley Hull.
I have been fortunate enough to have traveled the length and breadth of North America and to have visited and ministered in hundreds of churches.
Dressed in a T-shirt with the word “staff” printed across the back, modest cutoff jeans, and flip-flops, she appears at first glance to be a typical college student who has found a summer job.
If there is one quality believers need desperately in today’s cultural climate, it is Biblical discernment.
From the earliest days of the church, speculations regarding end-time events have abounded. People in every generation have set dates for Christ’s return.