Is the Bible Inerrant?

Bible Text: John 16:29-36 | Preacher: Dr. David Mitchell

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How to Love your Wife

Bible Text: I John 4:8 | Preacher: Dr. David Mitchell

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Soteriology-Salvation: Repentance and Faith

Bible Text: Acts 3:19,II Corinthians 7:9-10 | Preacher: Dr. David Mitchell

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Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out,
when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord (Acts
3:19). In the great and mysterious work of salvation there clearly is a
human as well as a divine side. We do err whenever we ignore one and
emphasize the other, or when we fail to teach each side in proper balance
with the other. To the human side we look in this message. Dr. A H.
Strong wrote, Conversion is that voluntary change in the mind of the sinner,
in which he turns, on the one hand, from sin, and on the other hand, to
Christ. The former or negative element in conversion, namely the turning
from sin, we denominate repentance. The latter or positive element in
conversion, namely, the turning to Christ, we denominate faith ….. Conversion
is the human side or aspect of that fundamental spiritual change which,
as viewed from the divine side, we call regeneration (Systematic Theology,
p. 829).

Bibliology: Inspiration and Veracity

Bible Text: I Corinthians 2:13,II Timothy 3:16 | Preacher: Dr. David Mitchell

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The place of Scripture is decisive in any system of Christian theology for either the Scriptures or human reason must be the ultimate authority in establishing doctrine. In an age of presenting us with theological, moral, and ethical issues of a complexity unparalleled  in history, we need some
standard of absolute authority more than ever to guide us.

What is God’s Sovereignty and Man’s Responsibility?

Bible Text: Romans 10:1-13 | Preacher: Dr. David Mitchell

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What Is Grace?

Bible Text: John 1:1-17,Romans 9 | Preacher: Dr. David Mitchell

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The subject of divine grace is perhaps one of the most controversial topics among Bible believing Christians today. The reason the issue raises such controversy is because it ultimately deals with Man’s ultimate role in his own salvation. Are we saved solely through God’s unmerited, sovereign favor, or are we, in some miniscule fashion, responsible for “accepting Christ” through our own free will? In our continuing series concerning concepts of the New Testament, Dr. Mitchell examines the controversial question of sovereign grace