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)

Doctrinal View on Abortion

For Christians the issue of abortion is a passionate one. Abortion along with homosexuality is one of the first sins that Christians often trot out as examples of our deteriorating moral culture. Of more concern to me is the recent sentiment of Christians to make these issues more relevant in politics. I am not totally […]

Robin Gibbs : Another Bee Gees Died

I feel strangely sadden by the passing of Robin Gibbs, not just because he was a great talent. Am I saddened because I grew up listening and admiring his music, in part, but no not just that. Am I saddened because his death creates a sense of nostalgia, in part, but there is more. I’ve […]

The Evil Calvinist

No one wants to be a Calvinist. I would rather be a Christian that is: Radical, full-blooded, Bible-saturated, Christ-exalting, God-centered, mission-advancing, soul-winning, church-loving, holiness-pursing, sovereignty-savoring, grace-besotted, broken-hearted, happy followers of the omnipotent, crucified Christ. At least that’s our imperfect commitment. In other words, we are Calvinists. But that label is not nearly as useful as […]

Walid Shoebat on Fox

James White Critiques Glenn Beck’s View of Salvation

Glenn Beck have been great in bringing awareness to the dangers in the rise of the Progressives and educating the country on U.S. history. However, when he begins to expound on what he claims to be Christian theology and specifically about Christian salvation, the alarm bells go off. Beck is a unabashed Mormon which is […]

A New Kind of Christianity: Parable of the Flower Power

I want to tell you a story about a man name Gene Orthodoxy, who grew up in the turbulent 1960s and ‘70s. Gene Orthodoxy became a committed Christian in the ‘70s through the Jesus Movement. What was the Jesus Movement? It was a movement in the late ‘60s and ‘70s where born again Christians came […]

Rationalize Through Your Doubts

This is just what Jim Spiegel did while he was a graduate student of philosophy. Everyone at one time or another will have some doubt; even atheists have doubts about atheism. Read Spiegel’s post on how he reasoned through his doubts.

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. […]

What Does Dallas Willard Believe?

Dallas Willard (Dallas to role-play an evangelistic conversation with a 20 year old girl) But you cannot stay at such an abstract level for very long. You’re going to have to bring it down to a practical level with questions like: what do you believe about Jesus? “Okay,” she says, “I can acknowledge that. You […]

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