“On Truth and Heresy” (George Gillespie)

Truth and Heresy” (1649) by Wesminster divine George Gillespie is an excellent piece warning about doctrinal compromise and deception.  The following is an  excerpt refuting the theological relativists of his time, who are not unlike those of today:

“Search the scriptures,” John 5:39; Acts 17:11. Do not take upon trust new lights from any man, be he never so eminent for parts or for grace, but to the law and the testimony.

The upshot of all is that we ought to hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering, and be steadfast, and even immovable in the truth, and not to give place to the adversaries, no, not for an hour, Gal. 2:4-5.

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“How to Study the Bible: Part 1” (R.C. Sproul)

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“The ‘What Does This Bible Verse Mean To You?’ Game” (Mark Kieler)

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The Heresy of Anti-Doctrine Doctrine: Part 1


Self-refuting argument: “Christians shouldn’t disagree about doctrine!” (Doug Eaton)

One of today’s greatest heresies is the opposition of professing Christians to doctrine—more specifically, the doctrines of the Bible.

Doctrine today is considered both legalistic and the greatest obstacle to the unity of the church.  Doctrine is so despised that it is considered a four letter word.

Before refuting this idea, we will define doctrine.  According to Noah Webster’s 1828 Dictionary, doctrine means:
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Published in: on September 22, 2009 at 8:46 pm  Comments Off on The Heresy of Anti-Doctrine Doctrine: Part 1  
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