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2 Timothy 3:16 says that God’s word is useful for rebuking. It is important that preachers though not in a regular basis confront sin from the pulpit when ever the need rises. It’s a common factor however that preachers hardly confront sin today. Probably because of fear people will feel offended and leave the church. There are however some principles that I follow in confrontational preaching and most of the time the results have proved to be rewarding.
“Antinomianism” (from the Greek anti and nomos, ‘against the law’) is one of the most virulent forms of heterodoxies about Christianity. It promotes two erroneous teachings.
1. Christians are justified by faith through grace, and since sanctification is a divine work, good works do not in any way promote salvation (true…), but neither do evil works hinder human salvation (false…).
2. Dispensationalists in particular argue that the laws of God are for Israel and not for believers under divine grace.
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This blog is not about movies. Yet I have a strong urge to write something about “The Grace Card”, one of the latest movies arrived in theatres this year. I didn’t have the opportunity to watch it yet but after seeing the trailer and reading the plot summary I was convinced, it’s a movie that the churched (and the un-churched too) should never miss. It sends out the unmistakable message (to the un-churched) and a reminder (to the churched) that God’s grace is what the world needs.