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accredited, four-year, liberal arts Christian college;[12]
and, in 1986, he founded The Masters Seminary.
MacArthur also received an honorary doctorate from
Talbot Theological Seminary[13] and an honorary doctorate from Grace Graduate School.[14]

John Fullerton MacArthur Jr. (born June 19, 1939)

is an American pastor and author known for his internationally syndicated radio program Grace to You. He
has been the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church
in Los Angeles, California since February 9, 1969[1] and
also currently is the president of The Masters College in
Newhall, California and The Masters Seminary in Los
Angeles, California.

Nearly 43 years after beginning in the pulpit of Grace

Community, MacArthur completed one his own life
goals[1] of preaching through the entire New Testament
on June 5, 2011,[15] at the end of his projected target window, stated the previous January, to nish some time
in the summer.[1] In 2015, the MacArthur New Testament Commentary series was completed.[16] MacArthur
is married to Patricia and they have four children and fteen grandchildren.

Theologically, MacArthur is considered a Calvinist, and

a strong proponent of expository preaching.[2] He has
been acknowledged by Christianity Today as one of the
most inuential preachers of his time,[3] and was a frequent guest on Larry King Live as a representative of an
evangelical Christian perspective.[4]

MacArthur has authored or edited more than 150 books,

most notably the MacArthur Study Bible, which has sold
more than 1 million copies and received a Gold Medal- 2 Theological views
lion Book Award.[5] Other best-selling books include
his MacArthur New Testament Commentary Series (more
2.1 Young-Earth Creationism
than 1 million copies), Twelve Ordinary Men, (more
than 500,000 copies), and the childrens book A Faith
to Grow On, which garnered an ECPA Christian Book MacArthur advocates young-earth creationism in his
book, The Battle For the Beginning (2001), and in
his sermons.[17] Speaking about evolutionary theory, he
writes that Christians ought to expose such lies for what
they are and oppose them vigorously. He argues that 'the
1 Biography
battle for the beginning is ultimately a battle between two
mutually exclusive faiths - faith in Scripture versus faith in
[8] anti-theistic hypotheses. It is not really a battle between
The son of Jack MacArthur (born in Calgary, Alberta)
and Irene Dockendorf, and a fth cousin of U.S. General science and the Bible.'
Douglas MacArthur,[9] John MacArthur attended Bob
Jones University before transferring to Los Angeles Pacic College (now Azusa Pacic University). He later
obtained his Masters of Divinity from Biola University's
Talbot Theological Seminary, in La Mirada, California.
He graduated with honors. From 1964 to 1966, he 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. Then, in
1969, he became the third pastor in the then-short history
of the nondenominational Grace Community Church of
Sun Valley, California.[10]

2.2 Eschatology
MacArthur is a premillenialist and pre-tribulationist in regards to the timing of the Rapture and other End time occurrences, and stated, I'm committed to the fact that Jesus will come to set up a literal earthly kingdom and that
He will come seven years before the kingdom, He will
come prior to the tribulation. [19] However, MacArthur
has tried to distance himself from others within the line of
thought, such as minister Tim LaHaye and novelist Jerry
B. Jenkins of fame for the Left Behind series. MacArthur
remarked during a sermon, "...somebody out there is
going to say, Oh boy, hes in to the Left Behind series. NoI'm not in to Rapture-ction and I'm not in
to wacky charts. You don't see me up here with a big
chart and a stick. And I'm not in to newspaper exegesis where...everything that happens in the news fullls some obscure Old Testament prophecy...I reject the

His daily radio program, Grace to You, which is now

broadcast throughout much of the world, began as an audio recording ministry to provide audio cassettes of his
sermons to listeners. They were rst broadcast in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1977.[11]
In 1985, MacArthur became the president of The Masters College (formerly Los Angeles Baptist College), an


wacky world of newspaper exegesis and cartoon eschatol- position in his sermons. The controversy concerning the
ogy and crazy interpretation like the locusts of Revelation ecacy of the Christs blood stems from MacArthurs
9 being helicopters...[20]
statement that it is not the literal liquid blood of Christ
that saves, but his sacricial death on The Cross, a view
that he espoused in an article titled, Not His Bleeding, but His Dying, published in the May 1976 issue
2.3 Law and Covenant
of the Grace to You family paper that is distributed to
MacArthur describes himself as a leaky his church. MacArthur himself, though, later claried
dispensationalist.[21] While he holds to a premillennial what was stated of him in the article, noting his posiand pre-tribulational rapture of the church and fulll- tion concerning Christs blood and death in atonement,
ment of all the covenant promises made to the Jews mentioning that the ecacy of Christs blood is not some
at the end of the tribulation, he rejects some of the particular physical property of the blood itself, but the
classic dispensational ideas, such as the Law having no fact that He shed blood in dying, and his armation that
application to the church. MacArthur stated, I'm not Christs blood in death was necessary to satisfy Gods holy
in to all that is traditionally known as dispensationalism, requirement for atonement.[25]
seven dispensations, two kingdoms, two New Covenants,
two ways of salvation, discontinuity between the Old
2.5 Christology
Testament and the New.[22]



MacArthur was a key person in the Lordship salvation

controversy in the 1980s, arguing against Free Grace theology. He states, you must receive Jesus Christ for who
He is, both Lord and Savior, to be truly saved (II Peter 2:20).[23] Regarding eternal security, he states, It
should never be presented merely as a matter of being
once saved, always saved--with no regard for what you
believe or do. The writer of Hebrews 12:14 states frankly
that only those who continue living holy lives will enter the Lords presence. MacArthurs views raised controversy within American Evangelicalism and were challenged in print by non-lordship dispensationalist theologians, Charles Ryrie and Zane C. Hodges, who argued
that MacArthur was teaching a form of works-based salvation. MacArthur has denied their conclusion due to the
disagreement over the nature of Christs Lordship in relationship to Salvation.
In December 1989, the Bible Broadcasting Network terminated MacArthurs Grace to You program. In explaining that step, BBN president Lowell Davey referred
to MacArthurs teachings on the blood of Christ, and
Lordship Salvation. Davey called these teachings confusing. In a letter dated January 15, 1990, Davey cited
a, "....drift by Dr. MacArthur to a theological position
that we could not adhere to, and said that MacArthurs
sermon series on the theology of election "....convinced
us that the direction of 'Grace to You' was toward HyperCalvinism.... MacArthur preaches Salvation by election of Gods sovereignty.[24] However, the term HyperCalvinism is used by some to denote 5-point Calvinism or even any strong defense of Calvinism, rather than
the historical Hyper-Calvinism position that only the
"Elect" may be oered the Gospel (compare with the historical teaching of all Protestant denominations, including MacArthur, of the free oer of the gospel). This
position does not seem to accurately reect MacArthurs

In 1983, MacArthur rst published his belief in the doctrine of "incarnational sonship. In 1989, after some criticism, he defended his views in a plenary session of
the annual convention of the Independent Fundamental
Churches of America. In an article on MacArthurs web
site Grace to You entitled Reexamining the Eternal Sonship of Christ, he retraces his views from 1983 onward,
concluding, I want to state publicly that I have abandoned the doctrine of 'incarnational sonship.' Careful
study and reection have brought me to understand that
Scripture does indeed present the relationship between
God the Father and Christ the Son as an eternal FatherSon relationship. I no longer regard Christs sonship as a
role He assumed in His incarnation.[26]

2.6 Cessationism
MacArthur is a cessationist, and is one of the most prominent voices in the church against the continuationist beliefs of Pentecostalism and the Charismatic Movement.
He has written three books in support of his position:
The Charismatics (1978), Charismatic Chaos (1993), and
Strange Fire: The Danger of Oending the Holy Spirit
with Counterfeit Worship (2013). In October 2013,
MacArthur hosted a conference called Strange Fire at
his church, to mark the launch of his book of the same
name. The event featured a number of speakers who argued for a cessationist theology and strongly critiqued
the Charismatic Movement.[27] In his opening remarks,
MacArthur stated, Watching the behavior of some Hindus who belong to the Kundalini cult. Their body movements are almost identical to that of people in the charismatic movement, the extreme behavior of pagans. This is
the work of Satan, it is the work of darkness, and not to be
attributed to the Holy Spirit. And that, The Charismatic
movement as such has made no contribution to biblical
clarity, interpretation, or sound doctrine..It detracts and
confuses. It has only produced distortion, confusion,
and error. Have people truly been saved in Charismatic



churches? Yes. But nothing coming from that movement

has been the reason they were saved. Evangelicalism
has thrown its arms open and has welcomed the Trojan
horse of the charismatic movement into the city of God.
Its troops have taken over and placed an idol in the city
of God.[28]
He broadly calls modern visions, revelations, voices
from heaven...dreams, speaking in tongues, prophecies,
out-of-body experiences, trip to heaven, anointings, miracles all false, all lies, all deceptions attributed falsely
to the Holy Spirit. And that The Charismatic movement
has stolen the Holy Spirit and created a golden calf, and
theyre dancing around the golden calf as if it were the
Holy Spirit.[29][30] He has made a list of Gifts of the
Spirit, mostly from 1 Cor. 12-14, but holds that once
the New Testament was nished, those sign gifts ceased
to have a function, and ended with the conclusion of the
Apostolic Age, around 100 AD.[31]
In a subsequent teaching, What has happened after the
'Strange Fire' Conference (2013), MacArthur allowed
that within the Charismatic movement there were those
who believed in the authority of Scripture, honored the
Lord, and pursued Godly living, and that the movement
retained enough gospel truth so that souls could be saved
within it. However, he saw its interdenominational presence as being a testimony to the absence of any theology, and charged that its theology is both heterodox and
heretical...everything is dened by experience..and therefore has a weak view of Scripture, thats the charismatic
movement. He further criticized the modern Charismatic movement, stating that In 1967 a bunch of Jesus
freak people in the beach areas of Southern California
go to Calvary Chapel..and for the rst time, the church,
that i know of in history, the church lets the very dened
subculture dictate what it will be. Out go the ties, out go
the hymns, out go all the normal and formal things...and
the hippie culture, you know, kids coming out of drugs,
communal living, free sex, and all that kind of casual
thing, and thats a charismatic church, thats a four-square
church...Thats where the movement becomes what we
know as Calvary Chapel. The rst Calvary Chapel was
essentially the church saying we'll let the culture tell us
what we need to be...The charismatic movement has developed...its comfortable in Roman Catholicism, its comfortable in dead denominationalism...I thinks its a false
form of Christianity. [32] In the past (1991) however,
MacArthur commended Chuck Smith (1927 2013),
founder of the Calvary Chapel movement, for writing
a straight forward critique of charismatic extremism,
and stated that there are many like him who have taken
their stand and I thank God for their courage and their
desire to be Biblical.[33] In response to MacArthurs
Strange Fire conference, Calvary Chapel expresses a
fundamental disagreement with MacArthurs understanding of spiritual gifts among Gods people today, but afrms charisma, not charismania, and commends Chuck
Smiths book Charisma versus Charismania as being

one of the best short, popular works on the subject.[34]
Three books have been written in response to the Strange
Fire book and conference, arguing for the continuationist
position: Authentic Fire: A Response to John MacArthurs
Strange Fire by Michael Brown; Holy Fire: A Balanced,
Biblical Look at the Holy Spirits Work in Our Lives by
R.T. Kendall and The Essential Guide to the Power of
the Holy Spirit: Gods Miraculous Gifts At Work Today
by Dr. Randy Clark. Addressing the Strange Fire
conference, continuationist Calvinist Baptist John Piper
concurs that there are many abuses in the charismatic
church, however he adds that we really need to keep in
mind that every charismatic abuse has its mirror image in
non-charismatic abuses...In some of these cases, the noncharismatic church is more guilty than the charismatic,
such as, the absence of emotion, which is probably more
deadly than the excesses.[35]

2.7 Complementarianism
MacArthur takes a complementarian biblical view on
gender roles as opposed to the feminist view and considers that the Bible does not allow women to teach men
or exercise authority in churches. He therefore believes
that the roles of elder and pastor are restricted to men

2.8 Psychology
He is also an advocate of Nouthetic Counseling, which
stresses the Bible as a sucient tool for counseling people with mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety.
MacArthur does not reject all forms of psychological theories and techniques, though he considers some psychology and psychiatry as contrary to the Bible.[39]
MacArthur has argued that True psychology (i.e. the
study of the soul) can be done only by Christians, since
only Christians have the resources for understanding and
transforming the soul. The secular discipline of psychology is based on godless assumptions and evolutionary
foundations and is capable of dealing with people only
supercially and only on the temporal level... Psychology is no more a science than the atheistic evolutionary
theory upon which it is based. Like theistic evolution,
Christian psychology is an attempt to harmonize two inherently contradictory systems of thought. Modern psychology and the Bible cannot be blended without serious
compromise to or utter abandonment of the principle of
Scriptures suciency.... "[40]
His stance has caused several controversies, the most notable of which was the rst time an employee of an evangelical church had ever been sued for malpractice. The
case failed to come to trial because a judge ruled the case
as having insucient evidence.[41][42][43][44]


Other Christian movements and other



Fundamentals of the Faith: 13 Lessons to Grow in

the Grace and Knowledge of Jesus Christ by John
MacArthur (Feb 24, 2009)

His writings disapprove of other modern Christian movements and ministers such as those who run seekerfriendly church services such as Robert Schuller, Bill
Hybels, and Rick Warren.[45]

The Charismatics Softback (1978)

He has criticized popular Word of Faith pastor Joel Osteen, whom he has spoken of as a quasi-pantheist.[46] He
disagrees with Billy Graham, who in an interview with
Robert Schuller in the hour of prayer program stated that
Salvation is open to all people whether they believe in Jesus or not.[47]

Charismatic Chaos (1993) ISBN 0-310-57572-9

In May 2002, in the midst of signicant media and public

attention focused on Catholic sex abuse cases, MacArthur
gave a message highly critical of the entire system of
the Roman Catholic priesthood.[48] MacArthur has referred to Catholicism in as the Kingdom of Satan,[49]
and holds to the confession that the pope is anti-christ,[50]
but which he said applies to anyone who positions himself against or in place of Christ.[51]
MacArthur unequivocally states that a person who truly
believes what Roman Catholicism teaches is not saved because the Roman Catholic way of salvation is works based
and is a twisted system of satanic lies presided over by
the Pope.[52] In addition he stated that the theology of
Islam is false.[53]

Gospel According to Jesus (1989) ISBN 0-31028651-4

Our Suciency in Christ (1998) ISBN 1-58134-0133

Ashamed of the Gospel: When the Church Becomes
Like the World (2001) ISBN 1-58134-288-8
Think Biblically!: Recovering a Christian Worldview
(2003) ISBN 1-58134-412-0
Fools Gold?: Discerning Truth in an Age of Error
(2005) ISBN 1-58134-726-X
The Jesus You Can't Ignore: What You Must Learn
from the Bold Confrontations of Christ (2009) ISBN
Strange Fire: The Danger of Oending the Holy Spirit
with Counterfeit Worship (2013) ISBN 978-1-40020517-2

4 References

Selected publications

Main article: John MacArthur bibliography

Twelve Extraordinary Women: God Shaped Women
of the Bible, and What He Wants to Do with You by
John F. MacArthur (Oct 5, 2008)
Twelve Ordinary Men: How the Master Shaped His
Disciples for Greatness, and What He Wants to Do
with You by John F. MacArthur (May 8, 2006)

[1] Theology and Ministry: An Interview with John

MacArthur. Gty.org. 2011-01-16. Retrieved 2011-0919.
[2] MacArthur, John. Why Every Calvinist Should Be a Premillennialist.
[3] The Top 25 Most Inuential Preachers. Christianity Today. 2006. Archived from the original on 2006-02-01.
Retrieved 2015-08-24.
[4] ""Gods Warriors": Fighters For Faith. CNN. Retrieved
2010-05-06. John MacArthur, a frequent guest, with us

One Perfect Life: The Complete Story of the Lord Jesus by John F. MacArthur (Mar 4, 2013)

[5] 1998 Gold Medallion Book Awards Winners. Retrieved


Anxious for Nothing: Gods Cure for the Cares of

Your Soul (John Macarthur Study) by MacArthur,
Jr., John (Feb 1, 2012)

[6] Gold / Platinum / Diamond Book Awards - Past Award

Recipients. Retrieved 2009-09-21.

Safe in the Arms of God: Truth from Heaven About

the Death of a Child by John F. MacArthur (Jul 8,
Saved Without A Doubt: Being Sure of Your Salvation (John MacArthur Study) by MacArthur, Jr.,
John (Jan 1, 2010)

[7] 2005 Christian Book Awards Winners Elementary

Children category.
[8] http://www.voiceofcalvaryradio.com/legacy3.htm
[9] When should a Christian ght for his country? - John
MacArthur. Biblebb.com. Retrieved 2011-09-19.
[10] John F. MacArthur - The Masters Seminary.

The Charismatics: A Doctrinal Perspective Hardback [11] Whats the history of Grace to You?". Retrieved 2009(1978)

[12] Dart, John (1985-04-09). MacArthur Appointed Baptist

College Gets New President, Name. Los Angeles Times.
Retrieved 2009-09-25.
[13] Diploma
[14] Diploma

[33] MacArthur, John. Does God Promise Health and

Wealth? Part 2. Retrieved 28 December 2013.
[34] Guzik, David. Strange Fire: A Calvary Chapel Response. CalvaryChapel.com. Calvary Chapel. Retrieved
3 June 2015.

[15] A Historic Moment. Gty.org. 2011-06-16. Retrieved


[35] Piper, John. Piper Addresses Strange Fire and Charismatic Chaos. Desiring God. Retrieved 3 June 2015.

[16] http://www.bing.com/search?q=When+was+the+
form=QBRE |john Macarthur - YouTube

[36] Grace to You. Gods High Call for Women. gty.org.

[17] John MacArthur (2001), The Battle For The Beginning,

[18] How Important Is Genesis 1-3?". Grace to you ocial website. 2009-08-27. Archived from the original on
2014-12-25. Retrieved 2014-12-25.
[19] MacArthur, John. Will the Church Go Through the
Tribulation?, Part 1.
[20] MacArthur, John. Why Every Calvinist Should Be a Premillennialist, Part 1.
[21] MacArthur, John. What is dispensationalism? And what
is your position, from Scripture, on the subject?".
[22] MacArthur, John. Why Every Calvinist Should Be a Premillennialist, Part 1.

[37] Grace to You.


Should Women Teach in Church?".

[38] Grace to You. Can Women Exercise Authority in the

Church?". gty.org.
[39] Ganz and MacArthur (1993), PsychoBabble: The Failure of Modern Psychology--and the Biblical Alternative,
[40] John F MacArthur (1991), THE PSYCHOLOGY EPIDEMIC AND ITS CURE, The Masters Seminary Journal 2:1: 320
[41] Hammar, Richard R. , J.D., LL.M., CPA. Clergy Malpractice. Church Law & Tax Report.
[42] The Clergy as Counselors. Los Angeles Times. 200505-22. Retrieved 2009-09-25.

[23] MacArthur, John. The Gospel According to Jesus. ISBN


[43] Reinhold, Robert (1988-11-24). Justices Dismiss Suit

over Clergy. The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-0925.

[24] MacArthur, John. Chosen from Eternity: Chosen by

God--Part 1.

[44] Carrington,Eddie. Psychology The Study of the Mind

or the Study of the Soul. Hack Thyself.

[25] Whats All the Controversy About John MacArthur and

the Blood of Christ?".

[45] Our Suciency for Outreach. Christianity Today.

1991-10-01. Retrieved 2009-09-25.

[26] MacArthur, John. Reexamining the Eternal Sonship of

Christ. Grace to You.
[27] Menzie, Nicola. "'Strange Fire' Conference: John
MacArthur Calls Out Charismatic Movement as 'Unfaithful'". The Christian Post. The Christian Post. Retrieved 3
June 2015.
[28] MacArthur, John. Strange Fire Session One John
MacArthur. The Cripplegate. DISQUS.
[29] The Modern Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.
[30] MacArthur, John (October 23, 2011). The Modern Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit. Grace to You. Retrieved 3
June 2015.
[31] MacArthu, John. The Temporary Sign Gifts, Part 3.
Grace to You. Retrieved 28 December 2013.
[32] John MacArthur What has happened after the 'Strange
Fire' Conference"". YouTube. 2013-08-28. Retrieved

[46] The Bible and Joel Osteen - Produced by Truth Ministries & Ben Ditzel.
[47] Rev.John MacArthur on Billy Graham Catholicism.
[48] John F. MacArthur - The Scandal of the Catholic Priesthood.
[49] MacArthur, John. A Timely Critique of the Catholic
Church. Grace to You. Retrieved 28 December 2013.
[50] Antichrist-John MacArthur.
[51] MacArthur, John. Blog RSS The Pope and the Spirit of
Antichrist. Retrieved 28 December 2013.
[52] MacArthur, John. Exposing the Heresies of the Catholic
[53] Kanaal van JohnMacArthurGTY. YouTube. 2008-0828. Retrieved 2011-09-19.

Further reading
Jones, Karen (NovDec 2009). John MacArthur:
Unleashing Gods TruthOne Verse at a Time.
Bible Study Magazine 2 (1): 1014.
John MacArthur: Servant of the Word and Flock,
Iain H. Murray
John Macarthur: Mainstreaming Paganism in the
Church (Critical review)

External links
John MacArthur.org 40th anniversary legacy site
presented by Grace Community Church
GTY.org resources page all of MacArthurs sermons (audio and text) available for download


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