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The Lost Distinc …

Pierre Coovert

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The Lost Distinctive: The Weakening of Baptist Churches

There is a decline in holiness and in doctrinal knowledge  among church members . Modern Christians are just doing “that which is right in their own eyes.”

Something must be done if we want to see God’s blessing in our churches, our families, and our nation. We don’t have a political problem or a moral problem, we have a spiritual problem. Only spiritual revival will solve it.


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The Sound of a M …

Pierre Coovert

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The Sound Of A Mighty Rushing Wind

We live in difficult times. Materialism has failed, science has not given its promised happiness, religion does not meet our needs, and we do not know where to turn. There is a tendency in the modern world towards spiritism. Seers, astrologers, and other fortune-tellers are consulted more and more. This tendency has pushed some Christians towards a sort of “Christian spiritism.” The tendency is to subordinate the objectivity of divine revelation to the subjectivity of spiritual manifestations and to the emotional experiences that accompany these manifestations. This is extremely dangerous because it opens the door to all sorts of manifestations coming from many different sources.


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Baptist Compromise

Pierre Coovert

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Baptists Compromise

Missionaries spend an extended period of time out of the United States and return to what one missionary wife called “sin shock”. Sin shock is a type of culture shock they experience when they return to churches that once stood for certain standards and doctrines but now have rejected many of those same standards and doctrines. I am not talking about some standard that based on opinion of a vague interpretation of a passage. I am talking about standards that have to do with holy living, separation from the world, doctrinal purity, compromise, and standards that affect our testimony before the lost world. I’m talking about principles that are clearly spelled out in the Word of God.


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Universal Church …

Pierre Coovert

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Universal Church: Fact or Fiction

Baptists exist because they refused to be associated with those who changed the meaning and purpose of baptism. From the time in the second century when baptismal regeneration became prominent, until sometime after the Reformation, Baptists stood separate from the apostasy of those churches which later became the Catholic or Universal Church. Sometime after the Reformation, they became protestantized (allow me to invent a new word) and over time accepted the false doctrine of the “universal church.” If the “true church” is the “universal body of Christ” how could Baptists maintain this separation? If we all are part of one great universal church, shouldn’t we all join together in the work of Christ under the authority of the Catholic (universal) Church?


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Why I Don’t Use …

Pierre Coovert

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Why I Don’t Use The NKJV

There is much discussion concerning the various Bible versions. For some versions it is easy to show the problems with that particular translation. For others it is more difficult. The New King James Version is one of those more difficult versions to see the problems. This by no means indicates that they don’t exist.

The first problem with the NKJV is its name. The fact that it includes King James in its name is in itself deceiving. The NKJV is considerably different from the KJV as we shall see in this booklet.

Issues we will deal with in this short work:
– The importance of the subject
– An indication of the motive
– Is it easier to read?
– Doctrinal errors in the NKJV
– Those pesky thees and thous
– Some concluding thoughts

It is hoped that this booklet will help the readers understand the issue.

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