On October 1st, 2017, a gunman holed himself up in a room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas and started mowing down concert goers on the street below. At last count nearly 60 people have died and nearly 600 have been seriously injured. The question that always […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
When I went to Tim Keller’s Redeemer church, the word “gospel” was spoken so many times that you could easily be fooled into believing the Gospel was actually being taught. But the more time I spent there, the more I began to wonder, just when and where is it being taught exactly? I have to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This article is courtesy of: MidnightWatch.typepad.com From a website titled ‘Worst Behaved Citizens’ (see link below), Ken Ham is not only labeled a miscreant, but placed in the same category as heinous murderers such as the Norway shooter and Qaddafi. This kind of venomous hatred is typical, and to be expected, from the left’s “progressive” […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
While I was a member of Tim Keller’s Redeemer church for nearly 20 years, I would sometimes have conversations with other members about the finer points of his theology and teachings. Whenever I would point something out that didn’t seem quite right (i.e. Biblical), the knee-jerk response was almost always, “You can’t argue with his fruit.” […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
People don’t seem to be able to understand why small sins are so big to God. Most people don’t think it seems right that God would damn someone to eternal hell for everyday run-of-the mill kinds of sins. If you ask somebody if they’re a bad person they will inevitably say NO! Then if you begin […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
POPE ALERT: In my last Pope alert I wrote that the pope had said atheists can go to heaven even if they don’t believe in God! Many Catholics attacked me for posting that. They said I had misread it and that I was wrongly interpreting his words. They said the media had mis-characterized what the […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
by Dr. E.S. Williams The Rev. Tim Keller is one of the pillars of the New Calvinist movement. As the senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York, Keller claims to promote Reformed Christianity. He has served as Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, and regarded by many as a great […]Continue Reading... 17 Comments.
I grew up going to Charles Stanley’s First Baptist Church in Atlanta. I left Atlanta in the early 90s for New York City, where I’ve been ever since. So I had heard that Charles’ son Andy had become a pastor and founded his own church and I was excited thinking that Atlanta would have another […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Rick Warren sent an email out today, to pastors who are members of his Pastors.com website, explaining why it’s good idea to preach sermons in a topical series instead of one sermon per topic. You might think this idea arose out of a desire to find better ways to convey sound Biblical teachings to his […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
After I was on World View Weekend with Brannon Howse, a listener emailed me and we struck up a conversation. This week he sent me a link to a video he has worked on about Rick Warren and the “seeker-sensitive” movement. It was so good I wanted to post it here. It’s long, two hours, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here is the entire Veritas Forum interview of Tim Keller by Martin Bashir. 0:18 – Why did you write Reason for God now? 2:22 – Are faith and reason contradictory?Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
As we continue to look at the theology of Tim Keller, we’ll look at some of the people he has endorsed, promoted and otherwise been associated with. A lot of times we are able to tell more about a pastor by who he associates with and endorses than by what he’s actually willing to say […]Continue Reading... 8 Comments.
This article was so well written I decided to post it here. A very personal story from a woman who attended a Rick Warren conference on his “Daniel Plan”. I tried to find the author to get permission but was unable to find any links or contact information for her. However, I saw it posted […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I grew up in Charles Stanley’s First Baptist Church of Atlanta. When his son, Andy, became a pastor I was excited that Atlanta would have another Biblically solid pastor. However, it seems that may unfortunately no longer be the case. Christine Pack posted this article on her blog Solasisters.com describing how Andy Stanley recently gave […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.