CHRISTMAS MESSAGE

Why Tell It On the Mountain?

by John A. “Jack” Crabtree

Here is a brief Christmas message by Jack Crabtree entitled “Why Tell It On the Mountain?” It was delivered to Reformation Fellowship in Eugene, Oregon on December 17, 2017. In this brief message he summaries the significance of Jesus to our lives, describing what one will need to understand in order to find joy in Jesus’ birth. To download the message, click on the title below.

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The Crisis of Faith Today (Part 3)

The Challenge of Postmodern Christianity

-a paper by Jack Crabtree

This is an examination of postmodern secular progressivism in America and how its values and beliefs have significantly impacted Christians today. This paper serves as a warning to guard your mind against the powerful deceits of this present time and culture and to keep focused on the true and accurate message of the Bible.

Click title above to download full paper. You can also find corresponding audio files under the Resources.

 

The Crisis of Faith Today (Part 2)

A History of False Alternatives to Authentic Belief

-a paper by Jack Crabtree

Throughout the history of mankind, there have been many different, alternative viewpoints advanced with respect to what it means to follow Jesus. In this paper we will examine the perilous journey belief in Jesus has had to traverse throughout history and introduce the new and dangerous peril for belief in Jesus that we face today.

Click title above to download full paper. You can also find corresponding audio files under the Resources.

 

The Crisis of Faith Today (Part 1)

Only One Truth: A Warning to Teachers

-a paper by Jack Crabtree

It is not uncommon, among modern Christians, to think that any and every doctrinal difference among Jesus-believers is of no consequence, simply a matter of personal preference. But this could not be further from the truth.

Considering the postmodern worldview of today, is there such a thing as objective truth? If so, what implications does this have on faith?

An examination of 1 Corinthians 3 – click title above to download full paper. You can also find corresponding audio files under the Resources.