You can’t say that, because… Nazis.

Christian author Jen Hatmaker responded to the Nashville Statement by connecting it to the appearance of white supremacists in Charllottesville. As USA Today explains, "Christian author Jen Hatmaker of Austin, Texas, who came out in favor of same-sex marriage and whose books have been removed from the Southern Baptist Convention's LifeWay Christian Stores because of that philosophy, called … Continue reading You can’t say that, because… Nazis.

Christian leaders issue statement on sexuality

A large number of Christian leaders including John Piper and R.C. Sproul recently released a series of affirmations on human sexuality titled the Nashville Statement. It is clear and explicit on the biblical truth concerning homosexuality and transgenderism. The statement consists of a preamble and fourteen articles. Each article contains an affirmation and a corresponding … Continue reading Christian leaders issue statement on sexuality

Quickie: Persecution leads to boldness

In tough times, persecution can lead spirit-filled believers to speak more boldly, not less. When the persecution got heavy in Jerusalem in the first century, the church prayed for boldness. They also spread out across the region preaching the gospel. When the apostle Paul was imprisoned for preaching the faith, the saints got seriously bold. … Continue reading Quickie: Persecution leads to boldness

Counter-protestors in their own words

I want to provide a bit more information for those who are interested in getting a better idea of what actually went on that violent and deadly day in Charlottesville, VA. "What about the 'alt-left,'" Donald Trump asked, "do they have any semblance of guilt?" Here are a few firsthand accounts from counter-protestors, including clergy: … Continue reading Counter-protestors in their own words

Link to post on the perversion of justice in our society

Doug Wilson has written a phenomenal post diagnosing how American society is perverting justice. The symptoms are appearing in the news regularly. I personally think the train of twisted justice is picking up speed and it will require someone speaking the truth to keep this nation from becoming a gory train wreck. I'm in love … Continue reading Link to post on the perversion of justice in our society

Talking about Charlottesville

Do we really need to talk about the violence of Charlottesville and its political aftermath? Are there significant questions of right and wrong involved? Clearly, yes. Racism and political violence are moral issues, and our country is struggling (failing?) to find righteous answers to such problems. Christians need to speak about righteousness and sin. The … Continue reading Talking about Charlottesville