A Brief Discussion of the Charismatic Movement

Introduction   One of the most influential movements in the last 100 or so years has been the Charismatic movement. It has transcended denominational lines and has led to many significant developments in Christianity. Through rise of the charismatic movements new perspectives to theological issues may have been brought up which need to be addressed … More A Brief Discussion of the Charismatic Movement

Rise of Islam

Introduction In the course of human history, there have been several main movements of religion. From the start of history, mankind has thrown away their relationship with God in the Garden of Eden and then again after Noah when humans built the Tower of Babel. Since then, mankind replaced the “glory of the incorruptible God … More Rise of Islam

A Brief summary of the Reformation period

The Reformation is often considered a monumental event triggered by Martin Luther’s nailing his 95 Thesis to the door of his parish and then events spiraling out of control for the Catholic church from that point on. However, this is a gross oversimplification of the events surrounding the reformation period and the people involved in … More A Brief summary of the Reformation period

Charles Spurgeon’s Theological Foundations for Ministry

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

How persecution of the Early Church effected

How did the periods of persecution cause the church to think about the doctrines of salvation and the church?  That is, if a baptized believer succumbed to persecution and gave up his/her faith, did the church believe salvation was lost as a result?  Also, could the church include Christians who denied their faith? During the … More How persecution of the Early Church effected