Neal Pollard It is of no little concern to me that men who are supposed to be gospel preachers, many of them men tainted by a corrupted higher education at denominational theology schools, have a poor opinion of the doctrine of inspiration. Like little hungry lambs, these men are led by their "scholarly" shepherds who … Continue reading WHAT DOES IT REQUIRE TO ACCEPT INSPIRATION?
Neal Pollard This phrase is taken from Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116 to describe love. While it is an apt, poetic description of love, it also is the perfect modifier of God’s Word. If there is a word to describe the current culture, it is “change.” Our world is enamored with it, constantly changing its mind, its … Continue reading The Ever-Fixed Mark
Neal Pollard When it comes to caring for the physical body, I have a lot to learn. While I work out nearly day, my most developed muscle is the table one. I will be working to use that muscle far less this year. But judging from all the new faces in the gym this morning, … Continue reading The Best Thing To Do For The Body This Year
Neal Pollard It was such a treat to be among the hearty, faithful Christian men of central Wyoming and the Bighorn Basin. By Bible-belt comparison, they come from small congregations. But their passion and desire to grow the church is humongous. Near the end of their men’s retreat, they divided into groups to discuss the … Continue reading What It Takes To Grow The Church In Our Culture
Neal Pollard Without A Belief In The Bible's Inspiration... Why would I read, meditate upon, or study it daily (or at all) to guide my life? What will be the paradigm for directing and shaping my life? From where will I draw my understanding of Who Jesus is, what He did, and how I must … Continue reading Staying On The Rails
Neal Pollard Whether we are preaching, teaching, or simply trying to engage in spiritual self-improvement in personal study, our approach to Scripture, to be profitable, should have three basic components for maximum effectiveness. When we are studying a Bible book and engaging in proper interpretation, we will … Continue reading A Precept, A Principle, And A Practice
Neal Pollard Universalism is the idea that all are saved or that one is saved without his meeting any conditions whatever. Merriam-Webster defines it as "a theological doctrine that all human beings will eventually be saved" (www.merriam-webster.com). What are the true , ultimate implications of this increasingly popular idea? Is it not that impenitent … Continue reading THE ROAD TO UNIVERSALISM