Friday, May 29, 2015

Top 10 Posts

There are a lot of posts on this website... where should you begin? What are some of the most important posts that will help you get a feel for Timothy Ministry? What are some posts that I think would be the most challenging and encouraging to my readers?

Here are the top 10 posts that you should check out. If you appreciate them and are challenged by them, keep browsing around on the site; there are lots more things to explore and study.

May God bless you as you seek first His kingdom and His righteousness.


1. True Christianity
An examination of the conversion of Paul and his revelation of the cross of Christ, and how that changed his views on religion and God's law.

2. Antinomianism
An examination of the concept of antinomianism, which I think has not fully been understood in the Christian church.

3. The True Nature of the Law
What exactly does the law of God say? A true understanding of the law is essential for understanding the Lord Jesus Christ.

4. The Great Meaning of Metanoia
A synopsis of the book "The Great Meaning of Metanoia" by Treadwell Walden, which explores the Biblical definition of the word "repentance."

5. James and Paul on Justification: An Introduction
This article discusses the apparent contradiction between James and Paul, and helps readers think clearly about the issues and terms involved.

6. 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 - The Unrighteous Will Not Inherit the Kingdom of God
A study of an important passage which confuses many readers. This article offers fresh light upon the text, and I also share my own personal experience with the passage.

7. No Longer a Slave to Sin
An explanation of Romans 6, 7 and 8 and the doctrine of sanctification.

8. Counterfeit Grace
A fresh look at Jude 1:4. What does it mean to turn the grace of God into lasciviousness?

9. The Power of the Son of Man
A study of Christ's teaching on forgiveness in the Gospels, which challenges our understanding of the Lord's Prayer.

10. How Grace and Works Fit Together
A fresh look at how justification through faith relates to good works, and a warning about putting the cart before the horse.

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