Imagine, if you will, the following game-show scenario: The production features ten intelligent, honest, and sincere adults. These people, though they are very well educated in every other area of inquiry, have absolutely no knowledge of the Bible or Christianity whatsoever. One last bit of info on our ten hypothetical folks: They have a perfect […]
When Dr. Laura Schlessinger described gay and lesbian parenting as “inferior” to heterosexual parenting in a newspaper column printed in May of 1997, the reaction of those kind, loving folks at Forces of Tolerance HQ was swift, brutal and merciless. For daring to take a stand that would elevate the God-ordained family model even slightly […]
When I was four, I wanted to be either an astronaut or Spider-man. Gram (my loving, supercool grandmother) even made me a nifty hand-crafted Spidey outfit before I was in kindergarten. I think that, for at least a few months there, I actually believed that I was Spider-man. I’m fairly certain that super hero and […]
Thankfully, most fashion trends come and go quickly. Also thankfully, this seems to apply to most fashionable flash-in-the-pan religious trends as well. While religious trendiness can have a thankfully short life-span, the lingering effects of once-popular lame teachers and teachings tend to leave deep and lasting impressions upon the culture in which they made their unbiblical impact. It […]
“FIRE…God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob, and not of the philosophers and savants. Certitude. Feeling. Joy. Peace.” ~ Blaise Pascal . I can remember holding my wife’s hand when she died. Even now I can vividly recall the moment before and the moment after, but it was the difference […]
“I hope you have become nauseated with the tawdry entertainment that passes for the true worship of God in many of our churches and, like the saints of the past, are longing for more of the deep truths of the inerrant Word of God.” ~ James Montgomery Boice .
Everything bad begins with a perversion of the nature of God. Everything. At the same time, as Americans we are used to getting things our way. So it’s not hard to see conflict coming early and often between the biblical truth of God and any number of Americanized versions built to compete with the original by offering […]
It’s hard to know whether to laugh, cry, both, or just jump off the tallest available building when someone like MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry pops up to tell us how our children are communal property and that any contention to the contrary is, above all else, glaring evidence of stark raving racism. So with good ol’ Ms. […]
This is a continuation, or Part 2, of yesterday’s post, “Our Murderous Narcissism”. (Click here to read Part 1.) “Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle do not deserve to live.” ~ Adolf Hitler “If we accept that a […]
Five years ago I wrote the book Fire Breathing Christians and launched this blog. Feeling a little nostalgic the other day, I decided to thumb through the manuscript again. While I had a good time with that for a bit, I soon found myself stuck on a chapter about the murder of innocent children for convenience in America by […]
“Public schools are a failure!” is one of the most thoroughly idiotic lines that we can ever let slip through our mouths as Christians. “But my school is different,” is another. “It’s filled with wonderful Christian teachers who pray all the time and go to good churches. They even preach the gospel by hidden code embedded in […]
The new book site is up at FireBreathingChristians.com.
Also, as a reminder, tomorrow morning from 8-8:30 Central Time, I will be interviewed on American Family Radio’s Matt Friedeman Show.
Here’s a link to the AFR network home page:
Intro to Fire – The Power and Purpose of a Common Believer (Excerpt from “Fire Breathing Christians”)
This has been a long time in the making, but the day has finally come…
Posted here is the introduction from Fire Breathing Christians – The Common Believer’s Call to Reformation, Revival, and Revolution. The book will be released in late October. In the days leading up to launch, I will be posting excerpts from many of its 21 chapters so that you might get a feel for the material without having to go to the trouble or expense of purchasing a copy. Of course, if you like what you see, I fully expect you to buy at least three copies.