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All Things to All Men | Part 4: What the Passage Means (vv21-22)

All Things to All Men | Part 4: What the Passage Means (vv21-22)

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series All Things to All Men You can read more posts from the series by using the Contents in the right sidebar.

I am writing a series of posts on the meaning of 1 Cor 9:19-23, in particular his comment in verse 22, “I have become all things to all people.” The first post in the series looked at the broader context in chapters 8 and 9. Then I explored some interpretative principles in Paul’s greater writings that… Continue Reading

All Things to All Men | Part 3: What the Passage Means (vv19-20)

All Things to All Men | Part 3: What the Passage Means (vv19-20)

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series All Things to All Men You can read more posts from the series by using the Contents in the right sidebar.

In 1 Cor 9:22, Paul writes, “I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some.” This is series on the meaning of 1 Cor 9:19-23, and those words in particular. In the first post, I introduced the problematic way many evangelicals and missiologists interpret this passage. Many understand this… Continue Reading

More thoughts the use of movie clips in services (and the RPW)

More thoughts the use of movie clips in services (and the RPW)

A few days ago, Pastor Aaron Menikoff had a piece posted from the most recent 9Marks eJournal on the 9Marks blog.1 In this piece, entitled “What About Movie Clips? Applying the Regulative Principle,” Menikoff advocates the regulative principle and gives a couple brief reasons (in application) to avoid movie clips in sermons. The piece is… Continue Reading

Mark Minnick gives real wisdom concerning music philosophy

Mark Minnick gives real wisdom concerning music philosophy

I’ve posted several times about a three message series that Mark Minnick recently preached on biblical discernment, but after just listening to the third message again, I cannot urge you to listen to these enough. In the final message, Pastor Minnick specifically applies biblical principles to the issue of musical choices in worship, and takes… Continue Reading

3 (Free!) Minnick sermons on discernment

3 (Free!) Minnick sermons on discernment

Mark Minnick recently preached three sermons in his church on biblical discernment. Sermons on the Mt. Calvary site don’t stay free for long, so grab ’em quickly! Leadership Anomalies Inadequate Worship The Indispensible Necessity Of Divine Worship Continue Reading

Endorsement from Mark Minnick

Endorsement from Mark Minnick

Scott Aniol exemplifies personally the God-centered music philosophy he’s urging upon churches corporately.  He’s become known for his gracious, scriptural conservatism movingly ministered through beautiful music wed to sound theology.  I rejoice that the Lord has burdened him to help Fundamentalism develop even more scriptural conviction and passion for Christ through its music ministries. Continue Reading