The Faculty of Impromptu Speech, Part 4

By Guest

From Lectures to My Students: A Selection from Addresses Delivered to the Students of The Pastors’ College, Metropolitan Tabernacle

First Series, Lecture X
By C.H. Spurgeon

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I think, too, that a man who would speak well, extemporaneously, must be careful to select a topic which he understands.

This is the main point. Ever since I have been in London, in order to get into the habit of speaking extemporaneously, I have…

What Does It Mean to Stand with Israel? (Part 5)

By Paul J. Scharf

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While Israel faces the increasing potential of an expanding war in the Middle East, the world is clearly careening into a new era of unreserved antisemitism.

How should we as Christians respond?

If we are convinced Biblically that God still has a future for the people, nation and land of Israel—that He will fulfill every promise He has ever given His chosen people, and every prophecy He has ever made about them—that will certainly determine the tenor of our reaction.


Book Review – ‘Dispensationalism Revisited,’ edited by Bauder & Compton (Part 3)

By Paul Henebury

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The next essay in the book is by Ryan Martin and is about Israel and the Church and the issue of supersessionism with a concentration upon Romans 9–11. I want to say at the outset that Martin does not really deal with supersessionism very fully in this piece, so those wanting a clear refutation of that teaching may be…