Tag Archives: Doctrine

Show Me Your Doctrine

Is right doctrine more a matter of what you say you believe or what you show you believe? If you read the book of Titus (and the book of James for that matter), I think you’ll find that right doctrine … Continue reading

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Guarding Doctrine Vs. Nitpicking Theology

After writing the post on Theological Nitpicking, I began to nitpick the whole concept. While I am not attempting to contradict my previous thoughts, I think qualifying a few things may be helpful as a follow up. While I do … Continue reading

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Sola Scriptura: The Bible is Clear

A week ago I posted the first of five blogs on the subject of sola Scriptura (“Scripture alone”). This doctrine is one of the major tenets of the Protestant Reformation, and central to the evangelical faith. This is the second … Continue reading

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The Bible and Rob Bell

For a number of weeks I’ve had this series of blogs percolating in my head. I am thinking about two subjects: the Bible and the Church. I have been reading a series of books and blogs recently, from both sides … Continue reading

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Do Right Doctrine Right

Right doctrine is so important. The word used in the New Testament for doctrine means “teaching,” or “that which is taught.” Right doctrine is therefore right “teaching” or “teaching which is correct or sound.” Why is right doctrine so vital? … Continue reading

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