Author Archives: Clint Adams

About Clint Adams

Hello. I am the assistant Pastor at Grace Baptist church in Dickson, Tennessee. I am happily married. I enjoy sports in general, reading, and spending time with friends and family.

The Bible and Homosexuality

The Bible’s teaching on homosexuality is one of the most dividing, important, and needed teachings of our generation1. If you are reading this you probably have an interest in understanding it better. And your interest may go beyond mere theory. … Continue reading

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Must an Elder or Pastor be Married?

The Bible in two places give a qualification for elders (pastors) that they should be the husband of one wife (1 Timothy 3:2; Titus 1:6). Does this qualification mean that a pastor must be married? I think this qualification should … Continue reading

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Why do I believe the Bible is the Word of God?

Why do I believe the Bible is the Word of God and the only inspired written Word of God? Here are some reasons. Some of the reasons will overlap. 1.) The Holy Spirit has given me assurance that the things … Continue reading

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A Book Review of “Four Views on Hell”

Below is a book review on Four Views on Hell I wrote for a college class but have updated and edited: Introduction Four Views on Hell seeks to make known and defend various views of hell as understood by those from … Continue reading

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Can you ‘prove’ that God is there?

What would you do if someone asked you, “Can you prove to me that God is there?” There could be some different responses that you could give that would be a good way to answer that question. Here is one way, … Continue reading

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Should Parents Break the “Will” of their Child?

Should parents break the “will” of their child? If by “will” we mean simply the personality, then no. But, if we mean that the child’s “will” is broke in that when the parent wants the child to do something other than … Continue reading

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Limp or Run?

Here is a great quote from John Calvin which I think should be an encouragement to you (this should not be abused to promote laziness). Here is the quote: …it is better to limp in the way, than run with the … Continue reading

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