When the Apostle Paul wrote the book of Romans, he wrote in order to introduce himself to the various churches that met in Rome. Having never been in Rome, he actually knew quite a few members of the various churches that met there due to his past travels and was therefore able to use his … More Why was Romans written?
Introduction One of the most influential preachers in the history of Christianity is Charles Haddon Spurgeon who preached in England during the 19th Century. His preaching brought many to Christ and even founded orphanages and a college. With all of his preaching, the foundation rests more on what he couldn’t do than what he could. … More Charles Spurgeon’s Theological Foundations for Ministry
With the emerging church becoming a major influence in Western thought and the idea of what a Christian is, there is much to discuss in order to see the impact of the emerging church and how to respond to the developments in theology it brings. The other thing to be clear regarding is the difference … More Emerging Church??? Is it Biblical?