But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

Reforming America Ministries - Apologetic Report
Sunday, 22 September 2019 14:17

TO ABORTION SUPPORTERS—GOD’S WRATH IS COMING!

Written by
image
These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood… (Prov. 6:16-17, emphasis mine).
The topic of abortion has often led to many vituperative debates. Christians are the leading bastions of the pro-life...

Read more

image
Election is the most sublime and formidable doctrine in Scripture. Now, to clarify, when I speak of election, I am not referring to the doctrine of election that some Arminians believe. Arminians believe that God elects individuals based on the condition of foreseen faith or disbelief. Instead,...

Read more

image
The so called “crux of the offer” [well-meant offer; WMO] that moderate Calvinists teach is a contradicting, and on some points, a schizophrenic position for anyone to hold. Check out the following examples to see why:
1.) The Bible teaches that God ordained the reprobate for destruction...

Read more

Thursday, 09 May 2019 08:57

Common Grace is a Myth!

Written by
image
Is grace common? Absolutely not! Grace is a soteriological term that is reserved exclusively for the elect of God. Every time God’s grace is mentioned in Scripture, it is always salvific in its character. Exegetically and theologically, grace is the essence of the Gospel, and is God’s...

Read more

image
By Justin Hoke
Moderate Calvinists—who regard the doctrines of sovereign grace as “just points” of theology that should never divide anyone and not essentials of the Gospel—have nothing substantial to offer to the discussion about Arminianism. If moderates cannot see that...

Read more

image
It seems there is a growing number of moderate Calvinists that are uncomfortable with the unequivocal and categorical refutation of the five points of Arminianism even though these five points contradict their own understanding of soteriology, i.e., TULIP. While these professing Calvinists do not...

Read more

image
Recently, James White welcomed Dr. Michael Brown on his dividing line episode. By now, many are aware that Mr. White perpetually refers to Dr. Brown as his brother in Christ. Is Dr. Brown a brother in Christ? Well, if you ask Mr. White, he will desperately tell you yes.
There are some who will...

Read more

Friday, 15 March 2019 07:49

Greek Orthodoxy Hank Hanegraaff's Apostasy

Written by
image
The Greek Orthodox religion is subdued by their sacramental governance and delirious traditionswhich appeal to corruptible flesh, and not the Christian Faith. Consequently, devout Orthodox Hellenes are held under the thralldom of their so called “Holy Synod.”
Orthodox Priests, who are...

Read more

image
These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood… (Prov. 6:16-17, emphasis mine).
The topic of abortion has often led to many vituperative debates. Christians are the leading bastions of the pro-life...

Read more

image
Having grown up as an Orthodox Greek I was taught to believe that the church is God’s saving instrument. The Institutional Greek Orthodox Church was the Church of Christ. If this is so then an absolute and blind allegiance to this entity is the only correct response. One of its core teachings...

Read more

Thursday, 07 February 2019 08:06

Objections to Reprobation: Isn't God Merciful?

Written by
image
In a previous article, we dealt with the Arminian objection to the doctrine of Reprobation on the grounds that it is unfair. The second objection Arminians make against the doctrine of Reprobation regards the mercy of God. How can God be merciful if He either actively wills the damnation of certain...

Read more

image
There are many anti-Hell advocates (who affirm soul sleep, conditional immortality, or annihilationism) who will allege that they are perpetually misrepresented for rejecting the biblical doctrine of Hell—because they claim to believe in the doctrine of Hell—but simply reject that it is...

Read more

image
Is denying the biblical doctrine of Hell a Gospel issue? Well, that depends who you ask. If you ask an anti-Hell heretic, one who affirms either soul sleep, conditional immortality, or annihilationism, they will tell you that it is not. If you ask a so called Christian or hireling pastor who spends...

Read more

Sunday, 27 January 2019 10:40

Forgetting James White's Unbiblical Dialogue

Written by
image
Yes, two years have gone by quickly, but not quick enough. James White’s interfaith dialogue with his Jihadi Imam 'mentor' [Dr. Yasir Qadhi] was one of the most compromising, unbiblical events that has ever transpired among American Christianity.1 Therefore, I am perplexed why a Reformed...

Read more

Friday, 25 January 2019 23:59

Objections to Reprobation: It's Not Fair!

Written by
image
One of the ramifications of the doctrine of Election is the doctrine of Reprobation. Election is God’s choosing of some men to salvation. If some are chosen, others are not chosen. This being not chosen is what is called the doctrine of Reprobation.
All objections to Reprobation boil down to...

Read more

Monday, 24 December 2018 08:21

The Necessity of Evangelism

Written by
image
To be a faithful Christian, you must tell others about your faith in Christ. If a man becomes saved, and is spiritually fed every week by the preaching in his church—but fails to share the good news with the lost—he is no different than an obese man who travels to one of the poorest...

Read more

image
Since the 1960s in the western world, a movement began that was initially designed to give women liberties that, supposedly unto that time, were restricted from them based on gender alone. “Women’s-Lib,” as it was often referred to, may have begun with laudable aims, such as the...

Read more

Wednesday, 12 December 2018 12:36

Where are all the martyrs?

Written by
image
It is a sad testimony today that one who claims faithfulness to Christ is hailed by various folks from all the surrounding quarters within and without the myriad denominations. In conversation today, it is often the case that you will hear the familiar refrain: “Oh, we believe in God,”...

Read more