Marks Of A Spiritual Man

by Bob Gessner (also check out  my wrestling with this in “The True Marks of a Spiritual Man or Woman” )

In these last days we see so many evidences of the natural man and so few of the spiritual man It is likely in our generation that the marks of a spiritual man are not clearly understood. Let us examine a few general characteristics and then take a closer look at some specific marks of a spiritual man.
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The Cult of Intellectualism

by Keith Keyser

The following quote appeared in a recent discussion of dispensationalism by a well-known
Bible teacher: “Many of these men [i.e. early proponents of dispensationalism] were
self-taught in theology and were professionals in secular occupations. Darby and Scofield,
for example, were attorneys, and Larkin was a mechanical draftsman … Unfortunately some
of these early framers of dispensationalism were not as precise or discriminating as they
might have been had they had the benefit of a more complete theological education.
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The Importance of New Testament Church Principles

by W.E. Vine

In the Holy Scriptures God has provided for us “the faith which was once for all
delivered unto the saints,” Jude 3, not once upon a time, as if the provision of the
faith was a passing event, leaving something else to be provided later, but “once for
all,” indicating its completeness, its finality and its permanent authority. The Lord
Himself confirmed this authority as being binding and decisive by constantly appealing to
the Scriptures. When, for instance, a certain lawyer questioned Him on a matter of the
greatest importance, He said, “What is written in the law? How readest thou?”.
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