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Are You Arguing Over Disputable Matters?


Do you have a pet doctrine that you like to argue about? How can you tell the difference between a foundational Christian belief, and what the Bible calls a “foolish and stupid argument”? Is your argument really “what Scripture clearly says”, or are you putting words in God’s mouth? Will the King see your activity as “contending for the faith”…or attacking his own sons and daughters?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to Scripture to find out if you’re arguing over disputable matters — and what the penalty will be if you continue to do it.

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Are You Arguing Over Disputable Matters?


A Video From The Desert in Phoenix, Arizona (Watch this 8 minute video!) Are You Arguing Over Disputable Matters? Do you have a pet doctrine that you like to argue about? How can you tell the difference between a foundational Christian belief, and what the Bible calls a “foolish and stupid argument”? Is your argument […]

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Are You Arguing Over Disputable Matters?


Do you have a pet doctrine that you like to argue about? How can you tell the difference between a foundational Christian belief, and what the Bible calls a “foolish and stupid argument”? Is your argument really “what Scripture clearly says”, or are you putting words in God’s mouth? Will the King see your activity as “contending for the faith”…or attacking his own sons and daughters?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to Scripture to find out if you’re arguing over disputable matters — and what the penalty will be if you continue to do it.

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Only Christians Know God?: Seeing The Bigger Picture


Do only those with the correct dogma have the privilege of knowing God? What shockingly simple criteria does Scripture use to identify those fathered by God? Is this the criteria you’ve been using to determine who you include and respect? Or do you need to draw your circle bigger before you cut off members of God’s family?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find the common ground we have as human beings, and how we can see the bigger picture of God’s plan through the eyes of God.

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