The God of the Old Testament is the same as the God of the New Testament. . . . various Scriptures.
Peter commands believers to submit to the government so that we can be a strong witness for Christ. . . . 1 Peter 2:13-17.
Jesus' authority is not incompatible with His love for people. . . . Mark 1:29-34.
Just because Reformed Theology teaches that only the Elect will be saved, it does not follow that the Gospel should not be preached and people should not be called to belief. . . . John 3:16.
Jesus gives two proofs that He has true authority. . . . Mark 1:21-28.
The gospel of Christ can be preached from every book of the Bible--even Haggai.
Since the Gospel first occurs immediately following sin's entrance into the world, it follows that the Gospel can be preached from every text in Scripture. . . . Genesis 3:15.
When Jesus calls, His people respond. . . . Mark 1:16-20.
While belief and repentance are equally important and biblical, there may be biblical grounds for emphasizing belief over repentance. . . . Mark 1:15.
The gospel of Christ can be preached from every book of the Bible--even Leviticus.