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I am fundamental in Doctrine, believing in the divine authority and verbal inspiration of the Bible, and the great doctrines of grace it contains.
I believe that the Scriptures alone are the supreme authority in all matters of faith and practice and the Authorised Version (KJV) of the Bible is the only version we employ when preaching because we believe that it is the most accurate translation of the original scriptures in the English language.
I do not approve of so-called “Contemporary Worship”, “Holy Hip-Hop” and “Reformed Rap” as practised by some whose sermons appear on Sermonaudio. Such modern innovations are part of the great departure from God and His truth that comprises the apostasy of the last days.
I am a separatist and I have always preached, promoted and practised the truth of Romans 16:17; 2 Corinthians 6:14-18; 2 Thessalonians 3:14 and many other scriptures.
As a retired minister of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster I have had no association with the Ecumenical or Charismatic movements, nor fellowshipped consciously with any church or minister who have departed from the fundamental doctrines of the Word of God.
The message we preach is one of salvation by grace alone, through faith alone, in the work of Christ alone and is central to our witness.
A feature article commemorating the 50th anniversary of the events that led up to and which followed after the 1966 imprisonment of Rev Ian Paisley, Rev John Wylie and Rev Ivan Foster for a term of 3 months in Crumlin Road Jail, Belfast.
This account is compiled from reports in the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster’s magazine, “The Revivalist” and some reports from the “Belfast Newsletter” and the “Belfast Telegraph”.
I have put together this collection of articles which appeared in the Revivalist in 1966 and 1967, and one from 1968, as well as some newspaper accounts of the June 6th protest, led by the late Dr. Paisley. The parade consisted of some 200 Free Presbyterian men, woman and children. It processed from Ravenhill Church to the building where the annual General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church was taking place. The aim of the event was to honour God, contend for the faith and highlight the ecumenical apostasy of that denomination.
Such were the consequences of that night’s protest that the small Free Presbyterian church, hardly known outside of the six counties of Northern Ireland, became the subject of discussion, mostly derogatory, throughout Christendom! But much more important was the moving of the Spirit of God that became evident within the ranks of the Free Presbyterian church from that time.
God was pleased to work mightily amongst us, adding to our numbers many new congregations and hundreds of new converts.
Out of print for several years the Shadow of the Antichrist by Rev. Ivan Foster is available again in a revised electronic edition. You can read it online, download a copy or print pages from the book. Here is a devotional look at a much... [ abbreviated | read entire ]
Please note! As part of an ongoing archive project, audio files from earlier years of Rev. Foster's ministry in Kilskeery Free Presbyterian Church are now being added regularly. Currently, sermons are being added from 1985. Click here to see the...[ abbreviated | read entire ]