“Compelle Intrare”

By Weylan Deaver In Jesus’ banquet parable (Luke 14:12-24), the master sent his servant to gather up guests for the feast. His instructions were, “Go out to the highways and hedges and compel people to come in, that my house may be filled” (v. 23, ESV). In Latin, “compel people to come in” is written,…

Alien Sinners in the Kingdom?

By Michael A. Hildreth It has been acknowledged among us for generations that the Lord adds the saved to his Church. The New King James Version renders Acts 2:47 as follows: “And the Lord added to the church daily those who were being saved.” We have taught extensively on this subject with the Bible confirming…

The Illusion of the Unattended Brain

By Mac Deaver   In an effort to ground morality in science, Sam Harris, a neuroscientist, wrote a book published in 2010 entitled The Moral Landscape with the accompanying cover description: “How Science Can Determine Human Values.” Also on the front cover, Sam Harris is touted as “New York Times bestselling author of The End…

A Brief Response To Massive Confusion

By Mac Deaver The reader may be aware that not long ago I wrote a lengthy article exposing an unsound syllogism that had been written, the writer of which was trying to falsify our contention regarding what happens when a sinner is baptized into Christ. The article was entitled, “Who Is Added To the Church—Saint…