Two of the earlier recorded sermons of Pastor Martin and just as powerful today. This two-part series addresses that teaching which says, contrary to the clear teaching of the bible concerning true conversion and living the Christian life, that a person may be converted and yet live with indifference to a pursuit of personal holiness. This unbiblical doctrine teaches that a person may have assurance of salvation but yet show little or no evidence of a transformed life.
These two sermons examine this teaching, commonly called ‚ÄúThe Carnal Christian Doctrine‚ÄĚ, in the light of the words of I Corinthians 3 and of the larger context of Holy Scripture. We urge you to listen carefully to both sermons beginning with message number one.
Also available in RealAudio¬ģ format on www.tbcnj.org.
This message (TE-C-2) is part of a series. Cassette tapes and CD's may be purchased through Trinity Book Service.
Great Sermon! It does not get any better that this.!!!!!!!!
Margaret Rex (6/30/2018)
from South Africa
Great Sermon! Dr Martin has had a profound influence on my life since myconversion in 1972. In the old days I was able to receive taped messages through which I received invaluable teaching as a young Christian. Now,46 years later, I am still being blessed thriugh the ministry of SermonAudio. Thank you Dr Martin, and all glory to God.
Great Sermon! Hello
I listened to the teaching on carnal christians and it really spoke..I have been trying to tell a professing christian that he is doing wrong by thinking it is ok to give and receive massages from the opposite sex for sexual release.. he says it is not sin, that it is healthy to give massages, it feels good and it means nothing.. it is just a "release" for those who are single and dont have actual sexual intercourse.,, he says.. what are we sposed to do about the urges .. the sexual desire etc if we are single and have no release.. he says it hurts etc.. i say we are to ask God to bring our partner etc.. and we are to crucify the flesh ..please respond.. bonnie
For over forty years, Pastor Albert N. Martin faithfully served the Lord and His people as an elder of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey. Due to increasing and persistent health problems, he stepped down as one of their pastors, and in June, 2008, Pastor Martin and...