Pastor Chuck Baldwin instructs on the necessity for the church to be grounded in truth, and to act as a pillar of truth. He then gives specific examples of churches that don’t act in this way; and also teaches in particular how preaching from the pulpit must reflect this imperative:
Sam Currin this week had a well-intended article at Carolina Journal suggesting that large numbers of churches ought to be starting schools in North Carolina. Why does he suggest this? Because it would be very easy for churches to do this given the fact that taxpayers monies can be used […]
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George Barna is a well-known Christian pollster and thinker. He is interviewed in the video below regarding the deficient manner in which most Americans raise their kids; and explains the remedy is doing the things necessary to assure that a biblical worldview is introduced. He emphasizes the seven “cornerstones” of […]
Nobody can question that the world has changed dramatically over the last 15 years or so. All the previous preconceptions about the institutions upon which we can rely must be thrown out the window. Jon Harris has a very interesting article over at Truthscript that attempts to identify those seminaries […]
I have featured here at least a couple of times Stephen Wolfe. He has written an insightful article in Chronicles that is worth sharing. He invites us to think back to the period before the Obergefell decision that forced gay marriage on the entire country. Wolfe explains that evangelical leaders […]
This is the finding of a poll conducted recently by the Family Research Council. The Washington Stand comments: In distressing terms, this finding shows us that the church is slouching toward socialism. What a travesty! At a basic level, churches are not educating people about the goodness of the free […]
We have discussed and featured Stephen Wolfe here before. This is another interview that highlights his point of view very well. He lives in central North Carolina; and even speaks about Mayberry and the old Andy Griffith Show as it relates to his subject. Wolfe highlights how the accelerating moral […]