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BaptistJonStewart

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  1. A brochure to the U.S. military is used to ignite an interest in a young man to go and speak with a recruiter. Sometimes young men make the decision quickly when they take a look at the brochure because to them, it made sense. Sometimes young men go and speak with a recruiter and ask more questions because they simply do not know. The gospel written on the back of a tract can be used to ignite an interest to know more about how one can be saved and born again. Some people make a decision of salvation based on the gospel written on the tract (depending how it is written) because it "clicke
  2. If it is minor, I would probably let it slide. If it is major, I'd probably talk to the pastor. If it is monumental, I'd probably stand up in the middle of the sermon and walk out in complete disagreement. Monumental error is if the preacher says Jesus Christ is not God.
  3. I put this here for two reasons: (1) it's an independent Baptist church wedding (2) this forum is private. I have a situation where a couple asked me to marry them and we've been friends for a long time. The thing is I know the couple is living in a worldly mindset such as cohabiting and alcohol, etc. They are also not members of my church. I was wondering if I can get some counsel on any similar situation you may have had... obviously I'm leaving out some details for privacy reasons.
  4. This sounds like an issue of semantics rather than doctrinal issue, but I don't know these guys.
  5. I'm sorry but I'm slightly worried about this.
  6. They may be winning 100 people per week but it doesn't look like they're baptizing 100 per week. Emmm Great Commission consist of going, winning, baptizing and teaching, not just the first two. I think another reason people don't like him is because of the false rumors he spreads about other good preachers. (i.e. Paul Chappell allowing transgender people in Lancaster's restroom)
  7. The word, fundamentalist, has taken a different definition nowadays as compared to the 1920s and 1930s. I don't see anything wrong with changing the movement to a different name with similar definitions.
  8. I don't mind if we change the name IFB to UCB (Unaffiliated Conservative Baptists).
  9. DaveW, can you provide an example of the camera quality you guys use? Maybe a screenshot?
  10. Aside from spiritual advice, counsel, etc such as "have faith", etc... what is one practical tip you would like to share with those that are new to door-to-door evangelism? I'll compile the list here as well if I am able to edit, I'll start: Know your community's culture. Example: Words such as "omnipresence" may be understood in one community but not in other communities. Pay attention to people's verbal/non-verbal cues. If they don't want to talk, and are just being polite, give them an out and try to leave something for them to read. As you're able...as the respond
  11. While Billy Sunday and J. Vernon McGee were Presbyterians, they were also fundamentalists. Bob Jones Sr. was a fundamentalist as well.
  12. I am a big fan of political satire. Most satire comedians are liberals such as Jon Stewart. The only conservative satire comedian I can think of is Greg Gutfeld of FOX News. Aside from his political views, I like Jon Stewart for some of his comedy and his activism as well (Zadroga Act for 9/11 First Responders).
  13. Good evening, I am a graduate of Golden State Baptist College in Northern California. Currently I am a member of a medium-sized IFB church here in Northern California, serving in the education department as a teacher for the Christian school. Looking forward to getting involved in some of the discussions here! Johnny.
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