I am a King James Only guy (to be technically accurate, I am a Textus Receptus guy.) I’ve heard (and read) the arguments on both sides of the issue and I’ve come down on the side of King James Onlyism.
What an amazing past few days we have all just experienced. Since the monumentally blunderous decision made by our Supreme Court the internet has been ablaze with articles, arguments and accusations from both sides.
Numbers say a lot, especially when it comes to money. How you spend, and where you spend is as clear definition of who and what you are as anything else I can think of, especially when it comes to discretionary income.
I contend that you can be a soul winner if you don’t know a single verse of Scripture, if you can draw a map in your Bible to tell yourself where to go.
Sometimes, I’m afraid, Christian women have the mindset that spiritual strength is just for men. Yes, our husbands are to be the spiritual leaders in our homes, but that does not mean that women are not to grow in the Lord as well.
The subject line I used is what most people think of today, when they speak of fundamentalist. A group of narrow-minded preachers/churches who love a good fight over preferential standards and traditions that they now call “the old-time religion”.
In our 35 years in the ministry I’ve watched as more preachers than I an even count have left Fundamentalism because of a rotten book, which caused them to backslide from their own personal office. I’ve also seen good church members leave a thriving church, simply because a bad author was referred to them.
As a little girl and as a lady, I have worn skirts and dresses full-time my entire life. I started doing it because my parents taught me to do so, and because it was expected of me by my pastors and church families.