Category: Study Material

Ralph Robinson on “The Sight Of Sin” (Published 1868)

An Excerpt On The Sight of Sin Taken from Christ All and in All or Several Significant Similitudes by which the Lord Jesus Christ is described in the Holy Scriptures. By Pastor Ralph Robinson of Mary Woolnoth, London, U.K., Published in 1868 …[Question] IV. Whether Jesus Christ observes the same method in this work of…

The Problem Of “Relying On God” Too Much

Introduction Okay, let’s face it, there is absolutely no problem with relying upon God and there is absolutely no such thing as relying upon Him “too much.” The more we cast ourselves upon Him, as He enables, the better off we will be… period. Consider, 1 Peter 5:6-7 “Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand…

The True Nature Of Agapē Love: How Love & Obedience Are One And The Same

The True Nature Of Agapē Love How Love & Obedience Are One And The Same -or- How Agapē Love Literally Is God-Wrought Obedience To God’s Extant Law Introduction The following is one of the most important doctrines that I have researched/written about, concerning the Christian’s walk before God in light of their justified state. Why is it so…

The Importance of Prolepsis In Biblical Discourse or Teaching

Anyone can simply opine/assert. To truly edify, we must thoroughly back things up with Scripture; not just one or two passages but as many as necessary to provide an accurate, holistic picture; not just posting passages out of context but applying proper exegesis and exposition to bring home the relevance of whatever we are sharing.…

Progressive Sanctification, Rule of Life, Moral Law, and Antinomianism… Revisited

What If We Used Words Objectively? Imagine if Christians, rather than fighting against terms needlessly, took those terms back, defining them clearly and objectively, and educating others on the right use of them. Progressive Sanctification (Literally, proceeding onward in, forward in, or increasing in, being set apart for a sacred purpose)1913 Webster Dictionary: Progressive: Moving…

Politics: Liberal, Conservative, or Biblical [A Reference Chart]

Politics: Liberal, Conservative, or Biblical Where Do You Stand? [A Reference Chart] Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Isaiah 5:20 This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For…