Mark Kielar on the Heresy of Charles Finney

http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/v/U49RyyHVmXQ&hl=en&fs=1&rel=0&color1=0x3a3a3a&color2=0x999999&border=1This video features Mark Kielar, the Teaching Pastor of First Baptist Church of Boynton Beach, Florida. I thought it would be a good followup to the four part series on the heresy of Finney that Dr. Belcher finished last week. Sadly, Finney's influence is still felt throughout far too many churches in America to this … Continue reading Mark Kielar on the Heresy of Charles Finney

CHARLES G. FINNEY: Heretic or Man of God? Part IV

IntroductionI will not try to summarize all we have covered in our first three articles on Finney's theology. The reader should have gotten the message by now that Finney was not orthodox in his theology. We now cover some further areas, and, sadly, the story is the same.I. FINNEY'S DOCTRINE OF ELECTIONFinney begins by telling … Continue reading CHARLES G. FINNEY: Heretic or Man of God? Part IV

CHARLES G. FINNEY: Heretic or Man of God? Part III

IntroductionIn our previous two articles on the theology of Charles G. Finney, we saw his views in the following areas:God's Moral Law and GovernmentMan's Obligation to Keep God's Moral Law with Perfection for SalvationRepentance As the Turning of Man from His Selfishness to a Perfect Keeping of the Law of GodMan's Natural Ability to Keep … Continue reading CHARLES G. FINNEY: Heretic or Man of God? Part III

Response to the House-Church Movement – Followup

I am happy to report at least a few positive changes. Since I first wrote my series responding to the House-Church Movement (HCM), I have discovered that there has been a fair amount of editing of the online material at the New Testament Reformation Foundation (NTRF) website. I didn't notice this over the past year … Continue reading Response to the House-Church Movement – Followup