Same God?

Has Evangelical “Christianity” Come to This? Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God? Many Evangelicals Today Believe So!

by Matt Costella

Associations and Fundamentalism

[The following article was written by Don Kilmer who, along with his wife Karen, serve as missionaries to the Zulu people in South Africa. We certainly commend and appreciate Don and Karen's ministry and their discernment with regard to the changing landscape of fundamentalism and evangelicalism.]

Another Gospel

By Rev. C. F. Sheldon

In the Galatian letter, the apostle Paul uses strong language with reference to those who preach a perverted gospel. Paul's name for the gospel committed to him is: "The gospel of the grace of God." It is important that we know the truth, in so far as it is possible, of this great fact; that grace and truth came by Jesus Christ. This gospel of grace is our gospel. It is all that we have to preach; and in such measure as we fail to understand the grace of God, we shall fail to be effective preachers.

The Word of God

Various attempts are being made, in these days, to impair confidence in the claim of the Bible to be the inspired and infallible Word of God and the supreme guide in faith and duty. We are in the midst of the war of the ages, and the enemy is assaulting the center and stronghold of the Christian religion: for with its Sacred Book is inseparably bound up its Sacred Person.

The Importance of Words

God has much to say about the importance of our words—what we say and how we communicate to others. In Matthew 12:34, Jesus Christ warns that in the day of judgment, men will give an account of every idle word. A time is coming when man will understand God’s view of wrong speech. Christ explained that words are the product of the heart. In this connection, note Proverbs 4:23: “Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life.” Words are an expression of what is in the heart.

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