Articles by Patrick Boyle
The author urges a sermonic approach consistent with our Protestant heritage and biblical doctrines.
The English Connection: The Puritan Roots of Seventh-day Adventist Belief, second edition (July/August 2015)
The primary relevance of the book will have a strong appeal for Seventhday Adventists.
Book review on faith, friendship, and freedom
Exploring the roots and effects of the Reformation.
I bought this book believing it to be a new book by George Knight, only to discover this manuscript is a reprint of his Millennial Fever and the End of the World. Nevertheless, I appreciate having this book available again and find it indispensible for anyone who wants to know and understand the background of the world out of which the Seventh-day Adventist Church came. . .
Monthly book review
THE APOSTLE JOHN wrote his Gospel with a specific and very direct purpose. He declares this to be: "Jesus did many other signs in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book: but these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you may have life in his name" (chap. 20:30, 31).*
Preaching can never be abandoned by the church of Christ no matter what the circumstances under which it has to labor. . .
"PREACH the gospel." This crisp, pregnant command of our Lord to His disciples on the occasion of His ascension, centralizes and defines the activity of His church. Evangelism was, and is, and must be the all-absorbing activity of the church of Christ. Medical, educational, social, and philanthropic works are integral aspects of Christianity, but only in relation to its chief commitment evangelism.
The Path to Perfection; An Examination and Re-statement of John Wesley's Doctrine of Christian Perfection (August 1988)
W. E. Sangster, Epworth Press, London, 1984, 211 pages, Â£5.50, paper.
John MacArthur, Jr., Moody Press, Chicago, 1986, 151 pages, $3.95, paper.
Models for biblical, theological, and practical preaching.
A fascinating speculation as to the nature of Christianity in 2020.
Socializing as a productive means of witnessing.
How do we act as responsible Christians when faced with moral issues such as pornography, discrimination against women, racial prejudice, homosexuality, abortion, adultery, divorce, remarriage, and war?
An inspiring story of evangelistic outreach
An insightful ministry experience
This absorbing story adds new meaning to the opening of the sixth seal and the seventh plague in the book of Revelation.
Preaching salvation remains nonoptional.
Four indispensable elements in good preaching.