Category: Antinomianism

Charity, Christ, and the Benefit of the Doubt

Charity, Christ, and the Benefit of the Doubt Or Else: Judge, Jury, and (Ministry/Character) Executioner Hard Lessons Learned; Hard Lessons Still Learning Months back, I left Facebook mainly because of a growing, and powerful, sense of contention, arguing doctrine for doctrine’s sake, a spirit of judgmentalism and condemnation, and due to an increasing sense of…

The Great Preventive/Preventative

The Great Preventive/Preventative Every -ism there is starts with a set of core beliefs; by definition, -isms are a distinctive practice, system, or philosophy founded upon some belief or another. The best way to remedy the proliferation of negative religious -isms, and to prevent them in the first place, is to stay in the word of God. Legalism…

Must It Really Be Like This?

Must It Really Be Like This? Some things should not be allowed to stand unanswered; not by me and not by others in a much better position than I to address such things (which is most brethren I believe). Yet, address it I will. I have heard it said that once we engage in ad hominems, especially when there…