Monthly Archives: May 2015

Referring to God as “He” makes women feel “less Christian”?

A group in the Church of England says it will shift the language of worship to call God a female, just to be fair. And to combat sexism. (Isn’t that sexism to change the Father, Son and Holy Spirit from … Continue reading

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On Gay wedding invites: Would you or wouldn’t you?

More and more Christians will soon be faced with this ultimate dilemma: Should I attend a gay wedding for my gay son/daughter/friend/relative? Many of you have written to me and explained why you could not attend, and the fallout in … Continue reading

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Christians need to face the bad news about Christianity

Backsliders, fallen away and nominal Christians seem to be the new norm these days. Even Russell Moore, who recently met with the Pope, is opining that Christianity isn’t normal any more, as you’ll see in the following article. We’re not … Continue reading

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Vienna’s gay-themed traffic lights

In Austria, city officials in its capital, Vienna, are striving to be the leader in progressive tolerance. So for the next few weeks, motorists and pedestrians will be treated to homosexual-themed traffic lights. Two guys, two gals, and heart-shaped symbols … Continue reading

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The Altered States of Contemplative Prayer

Today we’re talking about Contemplative Prayer. Right off the bat, we need to define our words. When we warn you of the dangers of Contemplative Prayer, what we’re nottalking about is meditating on God’s Word or contemplating His holy nature … Continue reading

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Tim Keller, Catholic Mystics, and Genesis I as a poem?

A lot of well-known pastors are promoting Lectio Divina, and many churches are taking that to mean that surely, this ancient prayer practice of emptying the mind is A-OK. In his recent research article, Tim Keller promotes Catholic mystic, rejects … Continue reading

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Boys: slip on a dress and you can join the Girl Scouts!

Girl Scouts isn’t just for girls anymore. But then again the Feminist Movement has been trying to blur and eliminate gender lines for decades. Now the Girl Scouts of America has changed its policy: Boys dressing as girls can join … Continue reading

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“Psst … Lectio Divina … your mysticism is showing.”

One of the most pervasive of all the Contemplative, er, Contemptible Prayers, is a little practice called Lectio Divina. It comes to us via the ancients of the Catholic monks, and no longer sneaks in the back door of our … Continue reading

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Homosexual teacher reads “gay fairy tale” to 3rd graders

No note went home, no calls were made. Now parents in Efland, North Carolina are understandably outraged to learn that their 8 and 9-year-olds’ homosexual teacher decided to read a gay fairy tale – that the assistant principal gave him … Continue reading

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Emergent Catalyst conference says it’s time to “awaken your wonder”

Catalyst, the premiere mega-conference for Emergent Church Leaders, is sending a curious message to potential attendees of its next Atlanta conference Oct. 7-9: We are hardwired for wonder. Just as the wonder of the world points to God, a sight … Continue reading

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