In this short article, Mr. Mohler gives valuable insights into the effects of modernity — now postmodernism — and its effect on the church as it seeks to deconstruct, to war on truth, and to cast down all religious, philosophical, political and cultural authorities. There are valuable insights and warnings to be gained.
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This article lists many of the Scriptures that refer to God as creator. The undeniable conclusion is that if we deny that God is the creator, then we must negate, or declare untrue, most of Scripture.
It is estimated that 160,000 people were killed for their belief in Jesus in 1997 alone. Most of those murdered were ex-Muslims in Islamic nations, where the fact that someone believes in “Isa” – the Islamic…
Does the Holy Spirit still work in Christians in supernatural ways? Read the story of Ana Mendez and you will hear truly supernatural events resulting from a person giving herself wholly to Jesus Christ as her Lord!
The Boston Herald article detailed growing awareness that nuns are being raped by priests, citing two specific instances, and papal awareness of the problem.
Ken and Britt Black (MCA missionaries) and Jeff and Laura Wilhoit (PBT missionaries) were returning from Ivory Coast by road. They stopped at a waterfalls for lunch and got a local kid to guard their car….
James describes the condition of “religion” in America today. This is not biblical Christianity. There is little to no warning of God’s wrath for our sins. We don’t — we refuse — to preach about sin. It is not positive and affirming enough. His message is important for our time.
Jane Fonda, Norma McCorvey, John Maxwell and M. Scott Peck — four very different celebrities on four diverging paths! What do they share along the way? What can we learn from them? How can we pray…
This article is written tongue in cheek, while seriously examining the Megachurch phenomena. Is this a solid biblical phenomena or something quite different. Frank shows a lot of insight in his discussion. I think you’ll be blessed.
This article arose from the observation that those in the church live as though they are unaware of the way God views sin. It was also because much of the church has falsely taught doctrines that seem to excuse sin or make it irrelevant as to salvation. This article makes plain that Scripture teaches that those who “live like this” in regular patterns of sin will not inherit the kingdom of heaven. You’ll also get to review false doctrines in vogue today that deny the awfulness of sin and the judgment that will result from it.