The April issue of Tabletalk addresses the topic of false teaching. From the beginning of church history, God’s people have had to deal with the threat of false teaching. One reason the Apostle John wrote 1 John was to combat the Docetic heresy. Paul confronts the Judaizing heresy in the book of Galatians, and in Acts 20:28–30, he warns that many wolves will creep into the church, speaking twisted things in order to draw disciples away from Christ and to themselves. Given the danger of false teaching, believers must be prepared to recognize its presence and guard against its infiltration. This issue considers the nature of false teaching while helping laypeople and church leaders prevent error from seeping into their churches.
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- Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing by Burk Parsons
- Working Out Your Salvation by Hywel R. Jones
- Attending Corporate Worship by Jared C. Wilson
- Generosity as Witness by Randy Alcorn
- A Good Mystery by Michael Allen
- The Origin and Presence of False Teaching by Fred Greco
- False Teaching Out There and In Here by Sean Michael Lucas
- False Teaching and the Peace and Purity of the Church by Eric Landry
- Teaching the Truth by John MacArthur
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Here's a preview of what's coming up in Tabletalk over the coming months:
Disappointment, Failure, and Hope
The May issue will look at the twin themes of disappointment and hope from a biblical perspective, encouraging readers to approach disappointment from a biblically realistic perspective that recognizes its reality while seeing it in light of the everlasting hope we have in our Savior.
The June issue will look at what discipleship entails and at the behavior of Christian disciples that we may grow in faithfulness to our Lord and in making disciples of all nations.
The Eighteenth Century
The July issue will consider the major events and figures of the eighteenth-century church and explore what we should learn from them today.
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