Video: Christian and Atheist Discussion

Ed Dingess of Reformed Reasons discusses presuppositions with an atheist. This is the first (testing) of a new podcast by Reformation Charlotte. Stay tuned for more to come in the future. Please consider supporting our ministry financially with a donation to help cover the expenses of travel, sound permitting and equipment, printed materials, and various […]

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Heresy – Pelagianism

Pelagianism is a heresy founded by and named after a 4th-5th-century British monk, Pelagius. Pelagianism teaches that men are born essentially good and that the human will is free to choose to do good or evil. Pelagianism denies the doctrine of original sin–that man’s nature is corrupt at birth–and goes against the historic teaching of […]

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Captive Thoughts – Presuppositional Apologetics

It’s tempting to argue with the unregenerate about God. They often level attacks on the very foundation of Christian beliefs–the Scriptures–claiming that our Bible depicts an evil, bloodthirsty dictator or that there are many contradicting passages in Scripture. Many believers are not equipped to deal with the massively growing number of attacks on God’s word […]

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Reflections on Scotland Mission Trip: The Land of John Knox

Recently, Reformation Charlotte visited the beautiful country of Scotland along with many others who joined with JeremiahCry Ministries to take the gospel to this once flourishing land. Scotland was once home to one of the most important Protestant reformers in Church history, John Knox. While this land is replete with historical reminders of the great […]

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Heresy – Marcionism

Marcionism is a heresy that is attributed to an early church figure by the name of Marcion of Sinope. Marcion was the son of a bishop and moved to Rome about 135 AD. Marcion, who was denounced by the early church fathers including Justin, Irenaeus, Clement of Alexandria, Origen, and Tertullian in the second century, […]

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