Monday, May 22, 2006

"Theological Jellyfish"

“I have no love for men who have no distinct opinions, theological jellyfish without bones, brains, teeth or claws”

-J.C. Ryle
“Church on Fire” by Roger Steer, p.197

In light of the above quote by J.C. Ryle, I would like to recommend THIS SERMON by Ian Paisley-Fundamentalism vs. Apostasy for anyone who is tired of wimpy preachers who are afraid to take a stand. Do we need anymore "soft voice sissy, pulpit ornaments"?

Am I the only one tired of preachers holding back on proclaiming the Word of God with boldness?

This is like drinking water in the spiritual desert when I hear men like Ian Paisley preach. It's so opposite of how Brian McLaren or Rob Bell preaches. The difference is, Ian Paisley speaks GOD'S TRUTH with boldness, while so many others today just waffle in the winds of cultural "relevance". (I'm so sick of that word).

Thank God for Ian Paisley and real men like him.

-KTO

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

No KTO, you are not alone. There are many of us out here who are very tired of preachers holding back on proclaiming the truth of God's Word with boldness.

If pastors would just wake up and realize that God's truth does not change and the truth of His Word is the only truly relevant thing there is for this day in which we live as it is in any and every other day. If they would just preach the full counsel of His Word based on sound doctrine then the church might become truly equipped for the end times in which we live instead of being so deluded by contemplative prayer, emergent church, post-modernism, purpose-driven agendas.

Thank you for the strong stand you are taking against all of these false teachings and for all you're doing to inform and alert others. God bless.
-CT

4:45 PM  
Blogger Kennyo said...

Thanks for your comments CT. You always have good things to say.
Please contact me via email. I would like to correspond with you.

crisken@bellsouth.net

-Kenny

8:23 PM  
Blogger Kennyo said...

Thanks for your comments CT. You always have good things to say.
Please contact me via email. I would like to correspond with you.

crisken@bellsouth.net

-Kenny

8:23 PM  

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