Tag Archives: Evangelicalism

Gay activist Matthew Vines quietly holds private meetings with Christian leaders

In his newsletter, Matthew Vines, author of God and the Gay Christian and founder of The Reformation Project (to reform biblically-based churches to accepting homosexuality and gay marriage), wrote this: Pretty amazing news: Yesterday, evangelical leader Tony Campolo announced his … 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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Save America – at what cost to the Gospel?

Will Christians replace commitment and loyalty to the Gospel for commitment and loyalty to a dominionist agenda? This is a great question posed by LightHouse Trails blog: As America is fast approaching another presidential election year, Dominionist/Kingdom Now political and religious … Continue reading

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The Juvenilization of American Christianity

Americans of all ages are not sure they want to grow up. It is common to hear thirty-, forty-, or even fifty-year-olds say things like, “I guess I have to start thinking of myself as an adult now.” Many emerging … Continue reading

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Gay Christians: Now Becoming the Norm?

A lot of Christians – especially in leadership – are changing their minds about homosexuality being listed among the sins God hates. What has changed? Are there really gay Christians? And if so, we really don’t need to evangelize or … Continue reading

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Gay Christians: Now Becoming the Norm?

A lot of Christians – especially in leadership – are changing their minds about homosexuality being listed among the sins God hates. What has changed? Are there really gay Christians? And if so, we really don’t need to evangelize or … Continue reading

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Let’s stop petting the wolves

No matter how much love and humility a Berean has, they tend to take a lot of arrows from their own when contending.  Many times when those who stand firm in God’s Word as truth are told they have a … Continue reading

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Let’s stop petting the wolves

No matter how much love and humility a Berean has, they tend to take a lot of arrows from their own when contending.  Many times when those who stand firm in God’s Word as truth are told they have a … Continue reading

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The morphing of the Emergent movement: Can you see it now?

The Emergent Church movement is a progressive Christian movement that attempts to reduce or eliminate Christian doctrine in favor of experience and feelings. Most do not believe man can know what is absolute truth, and believe God must be experienced … Continue reading

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The morphing of the Emergent movement: Can you see it now?

The Emergent Church movement is a progressive Christian movement that attempts to reduce or eliminate Christian doctrine in favor of experience and feelings. Most do not believe man can know what is absolute truth, and believe God must be experienced … Continue reading

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