The Glory of God's Law: A Biblical Punishment of Theological Antinomianism
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November 29, 2016
6.0 X 0.22 X 9.0 inches | 0.34 pounds
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About the Author
Brother Ron Miller has been the pastor of Bethel Fellowship Church in McDaniels, Kentucky since 1980. He and his wife, Gretchen have been involved in numerous visions literally being built from the ground up. They raised their 3 children, plus several foster children on the campus of Bethel Fellowship, educating them with biblical standards. The ministry fought and won a court battle back in the early eighties to establish one of the first private Christian Schools in the state. In 1987 they began broadcasting a Christian radio station, WBFI, 91.5 FM, a mixture of Christian talk, music and family oriented programming. Brother Ron has become a familiar talk show host of the BBC, (Bible Breakfast Club) heard "live" every weekday morning. He reports the news from a biblical worldview and answers Bible questions. He interviews a wide variety of ministers, political figures worldwide. His syndicated program, "The Sword and Shield" airs daily on radio stations in the US and abroad. In the year 2000, Brother Ron authored his first book, Walking in the Covenant of Salt. This is an ancient Hebrew covenant revealed to him in the scriptures concerning personal holiness. Not afraid to dive in deep, he also wrote The Book of Balance tackling the six most controversial issues in the body of Christ. He also authored The Book of David an exhaustive study of the life and ministry of David. His most current book, The Glory of God's Law, offers a strong rebuke to theological Antinomianism. Pastor Ron continues preaching, teaching and working to Advance the Kingdom. As the founder and leader of Salt Covenant Network, His feet have landed on 36 nations spreading the gospel through mission work, planting and fathering churches and listening close to His voice for the next assignment.