Steve Camp, well known Christian recording artist, writer of a Grammy Award-winning song, theologically Reformed Christian apologist, founder of audienceONE Ministries and pastor of Cross Church in Palm City, Florida (see www.CrossChurch.net), will address the theme: "Are Theological Debates Antithetical to Christian Love?"I enjoy these episodes on Iron Sharpens Iron because I like hearing what God is doing in other people's lives and congregations. Steve Camp's church seems to be a hybrid between the Reformed Baptist traditions and Pentecostal/charasmatic tradition of which I am very comfortable in. Reformed Baptist worship services, from what I have seen, tend to be quiet, very little music, somber and serious. Nothing wrong with that. I just can't get into that as much. There is very little talk of healing. Nothing wrong with that either. Cross Church seems different in contrast. Pastor Camp said that they use musical instruments like electric guitars - I'd assume they get loud. Further, he also testified that God just recently healed his eyesight to the point that he no longer needs glasses to read. That is what God does - miracles. I liked how Pastor Camp described his church as "charismatic but with breaks."
Iron Sharpens Iron: Steve Camp: Are Theological Debates Antithetical to Christian Love?