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 John Macarthur Biography / Biography of John Macarthur Biography Biography
Macarthur continued this process, and when Commissioner John Thomas Bigge recommended in 1822 that fine wool production be encouraged in the colony, Macarthur was able to take rapid advantage of the increasing opportunities.
Macarthur astutely capitalized on this situation, resigned his commission, obtained a grant of 5,000 acres of the best land in the colony, and returned in 1805 with the blessing of the British government to concentrate on the growing of fine wool.
Macarthur emerged as the chief leader of the private enterprise group adversely affected by Bligh's policy; the governor, in many ways as irascible and uncompromising as Macarthur, also provoked other elements in the settlement including some of the senior army officers. /biography-john-macarthur/index.html   (736 words)

 John MacArthur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Seward MacArthur, inventor of the MacArthur-Forrest Process for gold cyanidation in Glasgow, Scotland in 1887.
John D. MacArthur (1897–1978), an American philanthropist, founder of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
John MacArthur may refer to one of the following people: /wiki/John_MacArthur   (121 words)

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is located 2.8 miles south of the intersection of U.S.1 and PGA Blvd. on A1A in North Palm Beach.
JOHN D. At a time when natural areas along south Florida's coast are almost nonexistent, John D. MacArthur Beach State Park stands out as an "island in time." It preserves the natural heritage of subtropical coastal habitat that once covered southeast Florida.
The park is named after the previous property owner, John D. MacArthur, who wished to preserve it for future generations to enjoy. /parks/JohnDMacArthurBeach/johndmacarthur.html   (677 words)

 MacArthur, John R. (
John R. (Rick) MacArthur, president and publisher of Harper's Magazine is an award-winning journalist and author.
MacArthur is often called upon by fellow journalists and television producers in the U.S., Canada and abroad to comment on a broad range of issues in the news.
MacArthur was an assistant foreign editor at United Press International (1982) and a reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times (1979-1982), Bergen Record (1978-1979), Washington Star (1978), and Wall Street Journal (1977). /JohnRMacArthur.html   (800 words) - Today's Broadcast
John MacArthur's how-to plan to help relieve anxiety and depression and guide you to a more trusting, God-honoring life.
John MacArthur's book The Murder of Jesus examines the events leading up to the crucifixion, the crucifixion itself, and the redemptive side of the story - truth you won't find in a movie and truth you can't afford to ignore.
John MacArthur sounds the alarm on sin so that sinners will heed the warning, before it's too late. /ministries/grace_to_you   (294 words)

 John F. MacArthur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MacArthur's writings are respectfully critical of many modern Christian movements such as the charismatic movement (especially those who teach the controversial "prosperity gospel") and "seeker-friendly" leaders such as Robert Schuller, Bill Hybels, and Rick Warren.
MacArthur has been embroiled in a number of controversies, the most famous of which was the first time an evangelical church had ever been sued for malpractice.
MacArthur is also a strong proponent of expository preaching. /wiki/John_F._MacArthur   (599 words)

 About the MacArthur Foundation
John Donald MacArthur (1897-1978) was one of the three wealthiest men in America at the time of his death, and was sole owner of the nation's largest privately held insurance company.
MacArthur was born in an impoverished coal-producing area of eastern Pennsylvania.
John held several jobs, including stints as a newspaper reporter, as an insurance salesman in his brother's company, and in three unsuccessful business ventures, before turning to insurance as his life's work. /about_us/john_cath.htm   (413 words)

 Critical Issues Commentary: ISSUE 80 - The Gospel: A Method or a Message?
John MacArthur puts forward the claims of Christ in His own words so that the reader is faced with the offense of the cross in unmistakable terms.
John MacArthur’s hard-hitting book, on the other hand, makes the gospel clear, powerful, and unmistakable.
Rick Warren promotes the former, a broad path with millions of fellow travelers; John MacArthur promotes the latter, a narrow path that few follow. /cic/articles/issue80.htm   (6371 words)

 The Gospel and Evangelicalism by William Webster
John tells his readers that a profession of faith in Christ is meaningless without a corresponding holiness of life.
John tells his readers how to test themselves to see if they really know God, are ‘in Christ’ and therefore abide in him: Do you walk as Jesus walked (1 Jn.
And John Owen points out that the works of sanctification are rooted in a life that is submitted to Christ: ‘All obedience unto Christ proceeds from an express subjection of our souls and consciences unto Him.’ (John Owen, The Works of John Owen (Edinburgh: Banner, 1965), Volume 1, p. /gospel_Webster.html   (3369 words)

 Church Business - John MacArthur Compiles His First One-Volume Bible Commentary
John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, Calif., and president of The Master's College and Seminary.
I believe John MacArthur is a very special teacher,in truth,as he expounds the WORD of GOD and was called to teach the message that Christ has revealed to him.
John MacArthur Compiles His First One-Volume Bible Commentary /hotnews/56h24164814.html   (712 words)

 John D. MacArthur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John D. MacArthur (March 6, 1897– January 6, 1978) was an American philanthropist who established the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, benefactor in the MacArthur Fellowships.
His grandson, John R. MacArthur is publisher of Harper's Magazine.
Because of MacArthur's extraordinary vision and leadership, Bankers Life created altogether new financial markets: Bankers Life is today a leader in long term care insurance in the U.S. The company is today publically held with a capitalization of approximately $6 billion. /wiki/John_D._MacArthur   (306 words)

 MacArthur, John R. (
John R. (Rick) MacArthur, president and publisher of Harper's Magazine is an award-winning journalist and author.
MacArthur's first book, Second Front: Censorship and Propaganda in the Gulf War, was a finalist for the 1993 Mencken Award for books and won the Illinois ACLU's 1992 Harry Kalven Freedom of Expression award.
MacArthur received the 1993 Mencken Award for best editorial/op-ed column for his New York Times expose of "Nayirah," the Kuwaiti diplomat's daughter who helped fake the Iraqui baby-incubator atrocity. /JohnRMacArthur.html   (306 words)

 The Sufficiency of the Written Word
by Dr. John F. MacArthur, Jr This article is from chapter 5 of Sola Scriptura!
Special thanks to Don Kistler, Phil Johnson, and especially Dr. John F. MacArthur Jr., for making this article available.
John tells us that not everything concerning Christ's work is in Scripture John 21:25), and Paul says that much Christian teaching is to be found in the tradition that is handed down by word of mouth (2 Timothy 2:2). /bible/sufficn.htm   (6038 words)

 A Theological Pilgrimage--Chapter 13
Finally, in a brotherly fashion, I would encourage John MacArthur to reinvestigate his theological and biblical moorings; and to be open to fresh activities of the Holy Spirit in his life and ministry.
MacArthur seeks to shore up his view by appealing, first, to history, namely, that believers in general have not demonstrated these signs, and second, that biblically, "these signs were true of one certain group- -the apostolic community" (102).
MacArthur, viewing the Corinthian situation as one of "deep spiritual confusion," thereupon applies this to the charismatic movement by adding: "Who can deny that the charismatic movement as a whole is suffering from exactly the same spiritual problems that Paul found in the Corinthian church?" (170). /rodmwil/tp13.html   (7189 words)

 Elizabeth Macarthur
At the age of twenty-two, she married John Macarthur, a snobby, ambitious army officer.
John finished his gaol sentences but he stayed on in England to sell their wool.
John took Elizabeth and their young child to the colony of New South Wales. /btn/australians/macarthu.htm   (545 words)

 John MacArthur
To many, John MacArthur is a champion of the faith whose voice is correcting many of the ills of Christianity.
MacArthur believes that there are certain doctrines found in Scripture that are the deciding factor in determining whether a person is a false teacher or not, or in the faith or not (This false teaching is actually very common in Christendom today).
MacArthur twists (2 Peter 3:16) the fear of God into a "reverential awe" that supposedly includes some kind of "holy terror," but excludes the holy "terror" Paul speaks of in 2 Corinthians 5:11, and the literal fear (terror, fright) that Jesus commands in Matthew 10:28 and Luke 12:4-5. /macarthur.html   (4378 words)

 The MacArthur Foundation
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to Provide Support for Hurricane Reconstruction Efforts
MacArthur President Jonathan Fanton and the heads of six other national foundations joined New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on October 14 to announce the new fund.
MacArthur Invests $5 million in a New Housing Acquisition Fund to Build and Restore Affordable Rental Housing in New York City.   (152 words)

 John MacArthur and the blood of Christ
Be not deceived: John MacArthur is NOT a friend to the Fundamental, Bible-believing, New Testament church.
A few months ago a pastor friend and I visited a John MacArthur meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, and I purchased a copy of MacArthur's commentary on Hebrews with the desire to see exactly what he says about the Blood of Jesus Christ.
This is not something that MacArthur said off the cuff many years ago and which he has since corrected. /otimothy/tl070010.htm   (766 words) Books: The Macarthur Study Bible
John MacArthur is a very polemical teacher, and it is important that the Christian who uses any commentary allow the Word to have the final say in any issue.
The MacArthur Daily Bible : Read through the Bible in one year, with notes from John MacArthur by John MacArthur
John MacArthur is undoubtedly an asset to the Church at large. /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0849912229?v=glance   (1394 words)

 The Master's Seminary
To the Prospective Student from Dr. John MacArthur
John and his wife, Patricia, live in Southern California and have four grown children: Matt, Marcy, Mark, and Melinda.They also enjoy the enthusiastic company of their eleven grandchildren--Johnny, Ty, Jessy, KD, Olivia, Susannah, Gracie, Kylee, Andrew, Brooke and Elizabeth.
From 1964 to 1966 Dr. MacArthur served as an associate pastor at Calvary Bible Church in Burbank, California and from 1966 to 1969 as a faculty representative for Talbot Theological Seminary, where he graduated with honors. /profs.asp?profid=7   (338 words)

 Reckless Faith by John MacArthur
John MacArthur leaves no doubt that it is Evangelicals who generally have departed from the tenets of the Protestant faith.
MacArthur points out that the drift in Evangelical thinking has come about as a result of downplaying the importance of truth (the content of faith) and focusing on the faith itself.
In fact, on pages 28-29 of his book Pastor MacArthur is so bold as to say, “The face of evangelicalism has changed so dramatically in the past twenty years that what is called evangelicalism today is beginning to resemble what used to be called neo-orthodoxy. /blue_banner_articles/reckless.htm   (601 words)

 John MacArthur Books & Resources at The Five Solas.Net
John MacArthur is pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, president of The Master’s College and Seminary, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry.
John and his wife, Patricia, have four grown children and twelve grandchildren.
He is also the author and general editor of the The MacArthur Study Bible, which won a Gold Medallion award and has sold more than 500,000 copies. /john_macarthur.html   (267 words)

 John Corbally, university president who was first to lead MacArthur Foundation, dies
John Corbally, first president of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and former president of the University of Illinois and Syracuse University, has died of brain cancer.
Corbally oversaw the tedious conversion of businessman John MacArthur's disparate enterprises into a philanthropic foundation dedicated to work in mental health, education, conservation, human rights and support for documentary filmmaking and public broadcasting.
John Corbally, university president who was first to lead MacArthur Foundation, dies /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2004/07/24/obituary2203EDT0602.DTL   (416 words)

 John MacArthur - General Teachings/Activities
John does not agree at all with his [Ezzo's] methods." She provided no specifics as to when or why this separation occurred, nor what steps John MacArthur had taken to publicly advise his and Ezzo's supporters of the decision.
John MacArthur's Grace Community Church Board of Elders finally published a statement (dated 10/16/97) detailing the reasons for their mid-1996 split with Gary Ezzo.
It is not clear whether MacArthur's tape ministry still distributes the 1985 four-part video series, How To Raise Your Family: Biblical Essentials for No-Regret Parenting, a series featuring John MacArthur and Gary Ezzo. /~jbeard/bdm/exposes/macarthur/general.htm   (12426 words)

 John MacArthur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John D. MacArthur (1897–1978), an American philanthropist, founder of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
John Seward MacArthur, inventor of the MacArthur-Forrest Process for gold cyanidation in Glasgow, Scotland in 1887.
John MacArthur may refer to one of the following people: /wiki/John_Macarthur   (132 words)

 John MacArthur - Free Online Sermons, Christian Writings, Stories, Letters, Articles & Poems
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PART 1 As we come this morning to the matter of abortion, before I take you into the scriptures and we look more closely at to what the Bible has to say, it is probably fitting for us to get some kind of a grasp on the issue itself.
We are sort of launching our study from 2 Peter, you might want to turn to 2 Peter chapter 1, and we're going to have just a little Bible study tonight together, re... /preacher92-1.shtml   (1028 words)

 John MacArthur: What's Inside The Trojan Horse?
John MacArthur: A Clarion Call To The Modern Church /JohnMacArthurII.html   (537 words)

 Eternal Security is FALSE (once saved always saved, perseverance of the saints)
Many people understand saving faith to be what John MacArthur has taught over the years.
John Wesley had a foundation in Greek, Hebrew and Latin, preached approximately 40,000 sermons and traveled 225,000 miles, mostly on horseback.
You may be surprised to learn that oftentimes MacArthur actually sounds as bad as Charles Stanley and Charles Ryrie. /cat1c.htm   (2787 words)

 Sound of Grace Vol 5 No 5
He might not have attracted much notice had not a distinguished fellow-dispensationalist with a Reformed soteriology, John MacArthur, Jr., attacked his view in The Gospel According to Jesus (1988), a strongly worded book with forewords by Boice and Packer.
MacArthur calls Hodges' position a "tragic error" that "destroys the Gospel," "promises a false peace," "produces a false evangelism," and "offers a false hope." What, we ask, is the point of cleavage that so drastically divides men who seemed to agree on so much?
Hodges calls MacArthur's position "a radical rewriting of the Gospel," "Satanic at its core," which has "turned the meaning of faith upside down," destroying the ground of assurance and producing doctrine that the New Testament writers would find unrecognizable. /mar99/lordship.htm   (1227 words)

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