If a preacher believes in the inerrancy of Scripture and aims to deliver text-driven sermons, this test is no small matter.
“If your wife warns you to be on guard concerning a certain woman, you would be wise to heed her advice and foolish and without excuse if you do not” — Tommy Kiker, professor at SWBTS.
“Is it moral and rational to exclude religious opinions from our republic or democratic public square just because those opinions involve an aspect of faith—a faith assumption?” — Ronnie Rogers.
“The prodigal son realized that his new-found freedom had been the worst form of slavery.”
“I used to be a five-point Calvinist even going into the depths of hyper-Calvinism for quite a while [ten years]. … Here are some of my personal observations about what I (like/dislike) about Calvinism and Calvinists…” — Rev. Billy Stevens.