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May 2013

The Importance of Sound Doctrine or Truth

May 2013

There was a time not too long ago when “Theology” was regarded as the queen of all sciences. Theology comes from two Greek words: Theos (God) and Logos (Word), literally “God-Word” or Word of God”. Take the words such as psychology, sociology and biology. Psychology is the “study of...Read More

Simple yet Profound Faith

May 2013

Christianity experienced phenomenal growth following the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We learn in Acts 1:15 that about 120 Jewish believers in Christ gathered in Jerusalem. A bit later, after Peter’s powerful sermon, 3000 people became believers on the day of Pentecost. That historic se...Read More

Basic Doctrines of the Chruch

May 2013

“Introductory studies do not have to be shallow or simplistic,” says Wayne Grudem (Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology, 15). At the same time it should be clear for the readers. Doctrines of the Church should be based on the teachings of the Scripture. It is not human wisdom or speech, but rather ...Read More

The Doctrine of Salvation and Repentance

May 2013

In Genesis 22, we find a most heart-wrenching plot orchestrated by God himself. Abraham is going up Mt. Moriah in response to God’s demand to sacrifice his son Isaac. Isaac oblivious to God’s command realised that they had everything except the lamb for the sacrifice.  Almost 1500 years lat...Read More

Doctrine of Baptism

May 2013

Water baptism is one of the rites commanded by Christ and incorporated into the faith community, the church. It has been a controversial issue in the history of the church. Jesus’ command in the Gospels, the Apostles’ practice in the book of Acts, and its theological significance in Epistles lai...Read More

Baptism in the Holy Spirit

May 2013

The “Baptism in the Holy Spirit” is understood to be a second baptism spoken of by Jesus in Acts 1:8. Specifically, it refers to the experience of believers on the Day of Pentecost described in the book of Acts (Acts 2:4). The following verses provide evidence that the Baptism in the Holy Spirit...Read More

The Doctrine of Separation

May 2013

The doctrine of separation is a belief that the members of a Christian church should be separate from “the world” and not have association with those who are “of the world”. There are many scriptures in both the Old Testament and New Testament of the Bible that provide the basis for this doc...Read More

Apostolic Doctrines and Fellowship

May 2013

Believers of the first century gathered together in fellowship to hear the ‘Apostolic doctrine’ (Acts 2: 42).  In verse 42 ‘apostolic doctrine and fellowship are stated together. There is no comma in between. We find again comma after the word fellowship. So it is clear that these two thi...Read More