Church History: Asahel Nettleton (1783-1844) – Michael Phillips Christian Audio Lecture

Church History: Asahel Nettleton (1783-1844) – Michael Phillips Christian Audio Lecture

“It is wholly impossible that a person should be frequently and faithfully admonished for his crime, and yet experience no alteration in his condition. His rancorous pride will be augmented, and his conscience seared as with a hot iron. But the day comes that shall burn as an oven. Then his stiff neck and his stout heart will not exempt him from the terrors that shall overtake the soul of every guilty culprit that shall stand at the judgment seat of God.” – Asahel Nettleton

Michael Phillips
Serving since 1983 as the primary teacher at Grace Baptist, his special interests are Biblical Theology, Redemptive-Historical Preaching, and Church History.

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