mē genoito

May it never be! Let God be true, and every man a liar. As it is written: “So that you may be proved right when you speak and prevail when you judge.” (Ro 3:4)


Was the Sun, Moon and Stars Created on the 4th Day?

(Genesis 1:14–16 NIV) “And God said, “Let there be lights in the expanse of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them serve as signs to mark seasons and days and years, and let them be lights in the expanse of the sky to give light on the earth.” And it […]

What is Biblical Inerrancy?

Please! Is this really all that important? Why can’t Christians just get along? Why do we always have to find something to fight about among ourselves? If you feel strongly about these questions then the rest of this email might not be for you. It was Ravi Zacharias who said that there are “three levels […]

McLaren Wants to be a Martyr but Whines Like a Crybaby

McLaren wrote an article on the Huffington Post, “Why Do Evangelicals Dislike Me So Much?”, supposedly in response to the SBTS forum. HT: Denny Burk McLaren asks why evangelicals dislike him so much? This is not just a question by McLaren, it is a statement that he desperately needs to be true and I will […]

Christianity vs. McLarenianity

In the last few years some Christians have been warning and denouncing the emergent movement as outside the pale of orthodoxy. Unfortunately, we’ve been criticized as alarmists, divisive and uncharitable. In the past false teachers like McLaren have been deliberately obtuse, obfuscatory, equivocal and pretentiously flowery in his language, during the beginning of the movement. […]

Dembski On The Cross

I am very happy to see William Dembski is being more vocal in expressing his faith. Although I disagree strongly with Francis Collins in his views on ID and NDE; I am happy to hear of his commitment to Christ. Therefore I am even more encourage to see Dembski sharing his commitment to Christian faith. […]

Brian McLaren on the Homosexual Question

I am a bit late to comment on McLaren’s article in Leadership Journal on January 23 2006. I’ve only come across it recently while researching the Emerging church movement. Actually, I stumbled onto the debate as a result of his initial article on out of Ur. The subtitle of his article, How should pastors respond […]