Thursday, December 10, 2009

The Conference Begins

Thursday, October 10th 5:30pm Scott Brown opens the conference with his Keynote address: Do Not Learn the Ways of the Gentiles
The battle over the sufficiency of Scripture is the consistent theme of Scripture, from the serpent in Eden to the temptation of Christ, and it continues unabated in our own day. We are not saying that the church just needs to be tweaked; ours is an urgent plea of anguish. Today's church is heeding the professors rather than the prophets of God, and thus the house of God has become a house of inventions and a mirror of the world. Those who claim to be the children of God have become the children of the world. The church is not man's playground, and living the way of the world will bring destruction.

7:00pm Doug Phillips Keynote speach: The Defining Battles in the War Against the Sufficiency of Scripture

In the end, each of us must every single day answer the question,“By what standard will I live my life?” We can talk and talk about loving Christ, but we cannot do it before the Lord if we cannot say with David, “O, how I love Thy law!”

SOS Men's Chorale is giving attendees a stirring rendition of ‘Speak, O Lord’. Here are the words to this most appropriate hymn:
Speak, O Lord, as we come to YouTo receive the food of Your Holy Word.Take Your truth, plant it deep in us;Shape and fashion us in Your likeness,That the light of Christ might be seen todayIn our acts of love and our deeds of faith.Speak, O Lord, and fulfill in usAll Your purposes for Your glory

8:30 Ken Ham Closing Keynote address: Oour Declining Church and Culture: The Genesis Connection and How to Continue a Godly Heritage --a tremendous call to embrace the Genesis account of origins.
He began by documenting the rampant apostasy across the West – the culture which was once known as Christendom. The prevailing religion is that of moral relativism (which is polytheism), when, as the book of Judges puts it, “every man does what is right in his own eyes.” We see many distressing things: sodomite marriage, anti-Christian sentiment, abortion, euthanasia, the removal of 10 commandments from public places, etc. But these are only symptoms. Christians have spent millions of dollars blindly attacking the symptoms, while those who hate God attack the foundations...Read more

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