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The Sufficiency Of Scripture

Before the end of the first century, several of the early churches were already falling into serious biblical error. The age of the apostles had not yet ended. In fact, John the apostle was still alive. One of those errors was the teaching of antinomianism, which teaches the freedom to sin. Several churches were dealing […]

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If God is For Us, Who Can Be Against Us? An Exegesis of Romans 8:31-39

Romans 8:31-39 is a passage that bears the very lifeblood of the gospel. It is about the reality of God’s love for us, which He has been able to show through the giving of His only Son. It is an intimate articulation of election and an emotional exposition of the astounding truth of the believer’s […]