A look at the occurrences of the word "excommunication" in the Bible, and what it means for this practice.
Jesus' authority is not incompatible with His love for people. . . . Mark 1:29-34.
Jesus gives two proofs that He has true authority. . . . Mark 1:21-28.
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 battle cry of Jesus' preaching was the gospel. . . . Mark 1:14-15.
No matter what life throws at us, we must fix our eyes on Jesus, the victorious One! . . . Mark 1:9-13.
The sermon I preached on Mark 1:1-8.
Just because writing attribution methods have changed in the last 2,000 years does not call into question the inerrancy of Scripture. . . . Isaiah 40:8.
Christ is the point of the Bible, even in places where He is not explicitly named. . . . Mark 1:1-8.