Theology Matters 

What is theology and why are so many against It?  In this episode we discuss why theology is so important. Listen to Theology Matters by William Hemsworth #np on #SoundCloud


Book Review: The Gospel According to Paul

The book The Gospel According to Paul is written by John Macarthur.  Macarthur has the popular radio program Grace to You and is president of The Master's Seminary in California.  He has been very critical in recent years about the erosion of the Gospel message in American churches, and this book was partly written as a response to … Continue reading Book Review: The Gospel According to Paul

Trinitarian Godhead v. Mormon Godhead Logic Exercise

Beggar's Bread

by Fred W. Anson
First, let’s define terms. Here is the official, correlated definition for the Mormon Godhead:

“…where Latter-day Saints differ from other Christian religions is in their belief that God and Jesus Christ are glorified, physical beings and that each member of the Godhead is a separate being…

The Father and the Son have tangible bodies of flesh and bones, and the Holy Ghost is a personage of spirit (see D&C 130:22).

Although the members of the Godhead are distinct beings with distinct roles, they are one in purpose and doctrine. They are perfectly united in bringing to pass Heavenly Father’s divine plan of salvation.”
(“Godhead”; )

Official, correlated definition of “Godhead”. Notice the words, “These three BEINGS make up the Godhead.”

Remember: That’s three beings and three persons.

Now, here is the “nutshell version” of the orthodox definition of the Christian Trinity:

“The Bible teaches that…

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Called to Communion: An Intro to Communion Ecclesiology

Communion Ecclesiology Within Christendom Ecclesiology is looked at in a variety of different ways.  Within Protestantism the church may be seen within a synod, a presbytery, or an autonomous unit.  Within Catholicism Ecclesiology revolves round the sacrament of the Eucharist and those who are in union with the Bishop.  This is what is known as … Continue reading Called to Communion: An Intro to Communion Ecclesiology

Book Review: When God Made You

I recently had the opportunity to review a new children's book titled When God Made You from Waterbrook.  I don't review children's books often, but as a father of four children I take the opportunity on occasion.  The book is written by Matthew Paul Turner who is the author f sixteen other children's books. The book … Continue reading Book Review: When God Made You

The Four Marks

The Study of Ecclesiology is an interesting in that it raised a dichotomy that ripples through the very fabric of Christianity.  Ecclesiology is the branch of theology that deals with the study of the church.  What is the church?  What are its functions?  Is it visible, invisible, or both?  These are questions that are often … Continue reading The Four Marks

Book Review: Sharing Jesus (without freaking out)

I recently finished reading Dr. Alvin Reid's book Sharing Jesus {without freaking out}.  This book looked at the realities that occur within personal evangelism, and how to overcome them.  This is important because evangelism is something that we are called to as Christians, and more often than not, the average Christian finds the concept terrifying. On … Continue reading Book Review: Sharing Jesus (without freaking out)