Neal Pollard Everywhere, each generation tries to figure out the why and how of living. Most will not find the right path (Mat. 7:13-14). Almost all are convicted, even passionate, about the way they wish to live life. They may be fiery about politics, social issues, relationships, and even religious ideals, and to be consistent … Continue reading The Inevitable Standard
Neal Pollard The Bible claims to hold the answer to your greatest problem. Not only that, but it helps you to identify what that problem is which you may or may not even know about. In Romans 6:16-18, Paul talks about a "form of teaching" given to those at Rome. Paul writes this powerful epistle … Continue reading THERE IS A PATTERN OF TEACHING
Neal Pollard Kathy just called me and told me she saw this bumper sticker on a truck as she fought traffic on Wadsworth Boulevard. How clever! It uses the same religions that the infamous “Coexist” bumper sticker uses, including Hinduism, Daoism, Shintoism, Unitarian Universalism, Satanism, Atheism, Islamism, and Judaism. There is a website where these … Continue reading “CONTRADICT: THEY CAN’T ALL BE TRUE”
Neal Pollard"You folks believe baptism is essential, but we believe we are saved when we accept Jesus in our hearts by faith." "Why does the church of Christ think it is wrong to use a piano?" "You must not like women. You sure don't let them use all their 'gifts' in your worship and leadership." … Continue reading IS TRUTH “OBJECTIVE” OR “SUBJECTIVE”?