Reformation Day 2016

Who would have expected the sound of a hammer striking a castle church door in Wittenberg, Germany, would  ultimately lead to the greatest transformation of  the church, with Martin Luther nailing his ninety-five theses to the church door on October 31, 1517.

On this  day Christians must continue stand against the Modern Day Down-grade in the church. Remember:

To counter the Deformation is to keep up the Reformation

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On this Reformation Day, we provide an excellent resource to help counter the modern day down-grade with the ‘Survey of Heresies’ lectures by Phil Johnson.


A Survey of Heresies

It’s important for Christians to have a grasp of heresies that the church has battled over the centuries, because they often return with new clothing, and the unprepared Christian is likely to fall into these old pits. Phil does an excellent job of looking at some of the major heresies that are revisiting the church today: Socinianism, Arianism, Pelagianism, Gnosticism, and Judaizing. This is an excellent 6 part series that will shore up some weak points in the church today.

The Socinians

Selected Scriptures | 090-074-PJ
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The Pelagians
Selected Scriptures | 090-073-PJ
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The Arians, #2
Selected Scriptures | 090-072-PJ
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The Arians, #1
Selected Scriptures | 090-071-PJ
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The Gnostics
Selected Scriptures | 090-070-PJ
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The Judaizers
Selected Scriptures | 090-069-PJ
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Source: Phil Johnson, A Survey of Heresies, The Grace Life Pulpit, http://www.thegracelifepulpit.com/Sermons.aspx?code=PJ-CDA04, Accessed 25/10/2016.



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