Wednesday, June 21, 2017

ASK TETH Episode 05 - Saved Unbelievers



I’ll pose to you a question that I’ve asked several ministers along the way: Using the Bible, how do you prove that born-again unbelievers exist? 

ASK TETH Episode 04 - The Spirit, the Bride, the Gospel, and Regeneration



The bible says, "And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely." (Rev 22:17 KJV) Can you explain why this cannot be characterized as an "offer" of eternal salvation?

Sunday, June 18, 2017

ASK TETH Episode 03 - Hearing and Understanding the Gospel



Do you believe it is possible for people to understand the true gospel without ever hearing it? 

Saturday, June 17, 2017

ASK TETH Episode 02 - Regeneration and Salvation


Lately, I've heard a Calvinist argue that “regeneration is not salvation” and that Primitive Baptists are wrong in how they refer to regeneration as salvation. What say you, TETH?  

Thursday, June 15, 2017

ASK TETH Episode 01 - What Do You Think About 501c3 Churches?


A while back I received the following feedback on one of my videos…
I am anti 501(c)(3). I think it limits freedom of speech. What say you, TETH?
I am against churches being organized as 501c3 non-profit institutions as well. I believe that 501c3 is wrong on many levels:

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Judging Others

Thoughts from TETH on Off the High Horse by Elder Ben Winslett

I have often found the writings at March to Zion very profitable over the years that I have followed that website. Elder Ben Winslett’s recent article entitled Off the High Horse particularly resonated with me and I wanted to take a moment to provide some commentary on it…

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Christ The Only Mediator (Elder Michael L Gowens)


Most discussions of the 1832 separation within Baptist ranks focus on the practical issues dividing the two camps, i.e. mission societies, Sunday Schools, and various parachurch organizations. It is true that the Black Rock Address said very little about doctrine. Its focus was primarily practical. I suggest, however, that beneath the legitimate complaints they highlighted concerning some of the practical innovations of their day, a deeper theological chasm was developing. Successive history reveals that this underlying doctrinal disagreement concerned what is known as the “external means of grace” question.[1]