Newly minted Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, an open bisexual, has refused to be sworn in on a Bible and has instead opted to be sworn in on a book of man made laws. This is supposed to inspire shock and outrage among professing conservatives and Christians even though, when it comes to civil government, the […]
The definition of success, the purpose of education, and how we’ve completely blown it on both counts.
A few weeks back, I had the opportunity to chat with a couple of very nice “education advocates”. Here in Tennessee, momentum has been building against Common Core’s use in State-controlled education systems. As part of a push from the pro-CC side, lobbyists and activists of all sorts and stripes have been dispatched to convince […]
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.
Denningtonism is here.
And it ain’t pretty.
Monica Dennington, self-appointed Bible interpreter and theologian, has declared war on Bible interpreters, theologians and those who might find value in what God has done through them. At the top of her list: Calvinists.
On April 29th, 2004, Canada’s governor general signed into law a measure that criminalized public expression in opposition to homosexual behavior, officially categorizing some orthodox Christian beliefs, when verbalized publically, as “hate speech”.
Welcome to the hopey, changey world of tolerance and inclusiveness, Perez Hilton style.
Yanking a verse out of its context is a terribly risky thing, and by context I mean much more than just the chapter or even book in which it is found. With the Bible, we must consider every chapter, verse and even word in light of the whole of Scripture if we are to have any hope of arriving at a right understanding of what is being so beautifully and perfectly communicated.