Monthly Archives: September 2013

Money, Power and Political Correctness: Are these our “gods?”

We seem to be distracted by many things. Money, power, fame, being politically correct, being “right.” But Jesus said there are more important things, like sitting at His feet, learning about Him and sharing the hope we have with a … Continue reading

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Matthew Vines’ Reformation Strategy: Will it reshape the visible church?

For the past year now we’ve been reporting on the Matthew Vines Reformation conference, a project launched last week in Kansas City to infiltrate Bible-believing and preaching churches to get them to change their minds about what the Bible says … Continue reading

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Atonement scoffing spreads like rancid yeast

The growing move among the progressive Christians away from Jesus’ atoning work on the cross was a spark initially ignited by Brian McLaren a few years ago, and more recently promoted by Tony Jones and others. As you can see … Continue reading

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A Response to AOG’s Superintendent Wood

 Sadly, it appears that Dr. Wood has done more to validate Mormonism than he has to expose it as a dangerous and extremely deceptive cult.  By his gregarious and unabashed courting of their cooperation on social issues, he has marginalized … Continue reading

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A Response to AOG’s Superintendent Wood

 Sadly, it appears that Dr. Wood has done more to validate Mormonism than he has to expose it as a dangerous and extremely deceptive cult.  By his gregarious and unabashed courting of their cooperation on social issues, he has marginalized … Continue reading

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Catalyst and Rainn Wilson: Why? [VIDEO]

When Catalyst, the largest Emergent Church leaderhip builder, invites a well-known actor who is a Baha’i cult believer as someone for young leaders to emulate and follow, we have to ask, Why? Young millennials who love Wilson’s Dwight Schrute character … Continue reading

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Jesus as a revolutionary millennial?

Was Jesus a revolutionary millennial, who avoided theological certainty? For Red Letter Christians, that’s the Jesus being pushed forward rather than the Christ of the Bible. It’s part of a progressive theology that imagines a very different Jesus, and we’re … Continue reading

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Catalyst and Rainn Wilson: Why? [VIDEO]

When Catalyst, the largest Emergent Church leaderhip builder, invites a well-known actor who is a Baha’i cult believer as someone for young leaders to emulate and follow, we have to ask, Why? Young millennials who love Wilson’s Dwight Schrute character … Continue reading

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Catalyst and Rainn Wilson: Why?

When Catalyst, the largest Emergent Church leaderhip builder, invites a well-known actor who is a Baha’i cult believer as someone for young leaders to emulate and follow, we have to ask, Why? Young millennials who love Wilson’s Dwight Schrute character … Continue reading

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Jesus as a revolutionary millennial?

Was Jesus a revolutionary millennial, who avoided theological certainty? For Red Letter Christians, that’s the Jesus being pushed forward rather than the Christ of the Bible. It’s part of a progressive theology that imagines a very different Jesus, and we’re … Continue reading

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