Monthly Archives: July 2017

2 John 9-11 roundup

 James White’s excellent exegesis of 2 John 9-11 http://www.aomin.org/aoblog/2017/06/30/2-john-9-11-examined/ 2.  Answering Sam Shamoun’s questions on 2 John 9-11 3.  My own initial exegesis of 2 John 9-11 in light of the current controversy. 4.  Recent Dividing line program from minute … Continue reading

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The Real God of American Christians?

Originally posted on Blogging Theology:
By their fruit you will recognize them. – Matthew 7:16. Take a look at a typical American Evangelical’s Facebook profile, what do you see? You’re sure to find pictures of Trump, the American flag, some…

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Are patriotic political Christians making the same mistake of idolatry and adding man-made traditions as early church did?

From at the other blog I blog at, “Beggars All Reformation and Apologetics” I am reposting this article I did back in 2009, with a new picture and updated links.  (both the old photo link was broken, and I felt … Continue reading

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Debate: Is Muhammad prophesied in the Bible?

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
This is an excellent debate and I really appreciate the Muslims allowing a debate in their Mosque. (The East London Mosque, London, England)   This debate took place in 2012. Abdullah Al Andalousi did…

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Dr. White’s clear gospel presentation in March 2017 in a Mosque, AFTER the highly criticized Dialogue with Dr. Qadhi in January of 2017.

This is proof that Dr. White has not compromised the gospel, as he shared it both hundreds of times in about 30 years (?) of ministry, and during the dialogue with Yasir Qadhi and after the dialogue with Dr. Qadhi, … Continue reading

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