Author Archives: Seth Meyers

A Review of the Advertising Copy of Women and the Gender of God

Eerdman’s has decided to publish a book in October 2022 which if it accurately delivers what it promises in its advertising copy will immediately serve feminism and multiculturalism while laying the groundwork for further false teachers to promote sodomy and … Continue reading

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26 Ways to Pray for a Teachable Spirit

Each month this year, we have been praying a different Biblical prayer each day. For September, we are praying Job 34:32, “Teach me what I do not see…” Here are 26 categories, nearly one for each day of the month, … Continue reading

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Missions is the Most Heroic Effort to Save Lives: The Doctrine of Murder 5

The murder of a soul is the worst of all deaths. Duration: The second death, or the death of a soul endures for eternity (Matt. 16:26). The duration of this death is longer than the previous death. The second death … Continue reading

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Killing is a Common Sin: The Doctrine of Murder 4

Who thinks they have murdered? The percentage of people is large who will admit to lying. But almost no one thinks they have either done this or are seriously tempted with it. This is, however, a very common sin first … Continue reading

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7 Reasons Murder is Evil: The Doctrine of Murder 3

Killing is a great evil. Killing is evil for at least 7 reasons. It is forbidden in Scripture repeatedly and explicitly. Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, and Deuteronomy explicitly condemn murder. Also, the Sermon on the Mount, the Synoptic gospels (Rich Young … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Murder 2: Wrong Views and the Right View

Five wrong views of murder The sin of killing is not the death of animals because they were not made in the image of God. Since animals do not have souls, killing them is not murder. Eating meat is not … Continue reading

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The Doctrine of Murder 1: Roe v. Wade

“Thou shalt not kill” is only 2 words in the original, 6 little Hebrew letters. The first word is a negative: Not or literally “never.” The second is a verb: Murder. This is the same pattern for several of the … Continue reading

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A Review of Dane Ortlund’s Gentle and Lowly

Introduction Gentle and Lowly is an expositional attempt to tell us what Christ’s heart towards sinners and sufferers is. The answer provided in this book states that Christ is full of compassion toward those who are hurting. The key text … Continue reading

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Hard Work for Christ: John Wesley

Introduction In 1732, a woman named Susanna wrote a letter describing how she raised her 19 children. “When [they] turned a year old (and some before), they were taught to fear the rod and to cry softly. … that most … Continue reading

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Tensions in Scripture

Preliminary Thoughts about Tensions in Scripture It seems to me that I and most other Christians are sometimes uncomfortable with certain passages of Scripture. This discomfort comes from the seeming contradiction or tensions when certain verses are compared with others. … Continue reading

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