Jesus in Hell? D Green “Because thou wilt not leave my soul in hell, neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption.” (Acts 2:27)  Only recently have I began to hear that some believe Jesus went to hell when He died for our sins.  I think this stems from a misunderstanding of the […]

Untouchable Pastors

“Untouchable pastors.” Many of us have seen them, or at least heard them. One of their favorite texts is Psalm 105:15 and 1 Chronicles 16:22, both of which read:  “Saying, Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm.” I even heard one pastor claim to be the exclusive mouth piece for God for […]

Jellyfish Christians?

The other day while walking on the beach, my children and I saw a lot of jellyfish on the shore. My daughter Leah took a nice picture of one of them. From what I have read, these are the cannonball jellyfish, a very common species in this part of the country. One of the things […]

The Decline of Religion

The following is a condensed version of a letter written addressed to the Georgia Baptist Association by Rev Wm. T. Brantly in 1822: The low state of vital piety among us; the smallness of the numbers joining themselves to our churches; the increase of error and schism; the disappearance of good signs, and the appearance […]

Cancel Culture and The Declaration of Independence

“ “When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to […]

69 Years Before Old Landmarkism

The following letter was written by Elder Jesse Mercer in 1811…69 years before Elder J. R. Graves book Old Landmarkism was written: “The Elders and brethren of the Georgia Association, to the brethren they represent: greeting: Beloved in Christ -From our earliest connection we have studiously selected for the subjects of our addresses to you, […]

Women Voting in Churches in 1700s

Minutes of Philadelphia Association, 1746-1759 http://baptisthistoryhomepage.com/phila.minutes.1707-1768-2.html Query: Whether women may or ought to have their votes in the church, in such matters as the church shall agree to be decided by votes? Solution. As that in 1 Corinthians xiv:34, 35, and other parallel texts, are urged against their votes, as a rule, and ought, therefore, […]

Gospel Reset: Salvation Made Relevant

As soon as I saw the title of Ken Ham’s new book, Gospel Reset: Salvation Made Relevant, I wanted a copy of it.   It’s published by Master Books and contrary to what some folks are saying Brother Ham is not preaching a new gospel.  Far from it. This is a book of tactics.   So, what […]

Teach Them Diligently: Raising Children of Promise by Leslie Nunnery

    A couple of years back I learned about the Teach Then Diligently homeschool conferences that are held at various locations in the USA, and I met Leslie Nunnery at one of them.   When I found out that she had written a book on with the same title, I knew I had to […]

Papua New Guinea Earthquake

03/09/2018 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!   I am writing in regards to the recent earthquakes in Papua New Guinea.  As I am not there Iwill relay the information as best  I can.  The first earthquake was 7.5 on the scale and occurred […]