Josh Harris’ Message Remains the Same
Harris may have glued on a different label, but he is still selling exactly the same product: Josh Harris.
You can take the boy out of American celebrity evangelicalism, but you cannot take the American celebrity evangelicalism out of the boy. Messianic self-confidence comes as standard. And the preacher is still both the salesman and the product being sold. Joshua Harris is back in the limelight. He made his name as the young... Continue Reading
Ethics And Public Policy Center Taps Trueman For Fellowship
Grove City College Professor of Biblical and Religious Studies Dr. Carl R. Trueman has been named a fellow in the Ethics and Public Policy Center’s Evangelicals in Civic Life Program.
The Evangelicals in Civic Life program researches the role the evangelical community plays in American politics and public life. Fellows explore the civic and political activities of evangelicals, taking a look at the broad array of organizations and leaders as well as bringing evangelical leaders together to discuss more effective civic involvement. Grove City... Continue Reading
Guided by Faith, Divinity Student Fought His ‘Anti-Racist’ Princeton Seminary — and Won
Princeton Seminary’s concept of justice clashed with Keiderling’s conscience when PTS required him to attend “anti-racism” training sessions that he considered a form of indoctrination.
Keiderling’s case matters because – at a time when critical race theory and anti-racism training are routinely described in the media as benign ways to encourage meaningful conversations – his experience opens a window into the often coercive and radical nature of those efforts. His willingness to push back against being told what he must... Continue Reading
Week of Action LGBTQIA+ Day Includes Homage to Mister Rogers
Worship service, poetry/story slam bookend day dedicated to highlighting Queer Community.
“The PC(USA) has come a long way but still has a long way to go to be a leader in prophetic love and celebration of all in the Queer community,” says Courtney Hoekstra, Associate for Advocacy Committee Support in the Presbyterian Mission Agency. “As Queer folx, we bring something powerful and essential to the table when... Continue Reading
Same-Sex Attraction and Jesus: One Woman’s Journey
Living for and through Christ is the only true path towards the deep love we all want.
“We absolutely need to have biblical faithfulness about this topic, but I also plead with leaders to not forget the people who are in the throes of working out their faith and repentance because of personal battles with same-sex desires.” In recent years, there’s been a lot of online chatter and debate about homosexuality... Continue Reading
Who Blinks First? Rowan Williams Challenges Peter Akinola On Homosexuality
In 2005, a head-on clash took place between Evangelical Nigerian Primate Peter Akinola and then Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, who challenged the Nigerian leader over attempts to normalize homosexuality.
To the astonishment and dismay of the liberal Anglican leadership in the Global North, the Nigerian Archbishop led the Global South’s revolt against the campaign to normalize homosexuality within the global Anglican communion. For this, he was twice recognized by Time magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People” on earth. Williams was ignored.... Continue Reading
Helene Kottanner – A Medieval Thriller
Helene was asked to steal the royal crown by Queen Elisabeth of Hungary.
Helene Kottamer brings to light a dilemma that has puzzled believers of all ages, from the Jewish midwives in Egypt to the Christians who hid Jews during World War II: is it right to deceive or break the law in order to fight injustice or prevent a greater evil? Helene Kottanner had been a... Continue Reading
Notable Christians: A.W. Pink
Today he is a household name among evangelicals and those in Reformed circles.
He had many doubts about his work and his effectiveness, often wondering if he was being all that he could be for Christ. Yet he persevered and stuck to it, believing that his writing ministry – no matter how small of an outreach – was his divine calling, especially in his later years. We should... Continue Reading
Dr. Irwyn Ince, Jr., Appointed new Mission to North America Coordinator Pro Tempore
Dr. Ince will begin serving September 1, 2021, pending full approval of his call as MNA Coordinator, to be recommended to the 49th General Assembly in 2022.
The Committee of Mission to North America has elected Teaching Elder Irwyn Ince as the MNA Coordinator Pro Tempore. Dr. Ince will begin serving September 1, 2021, pending full approval of his call as MNA Coordinator, to be recommended to the 49th General Assembly in 2022. The PCA Permanent Committee of Mission to North... Continue Reading
Critical Race Theory’s Chief Marketing Officer
Ibram X. Kendi’s brand of “antiracism” sanitizes for elite institutions the academic Left’s most pernicious ideas.
Many Americans have realized that Kendi’s brand of “antiracism” is nothing more than a marketing-friendly recapitulation of the academic Left’s most pernicious ideas. While Kendi, born Ibram Henry Rogers, presents himself as a radical subversive, he is really an ideologist of elite opinion, subsidized heavily by America’s corporations and public institutions. Ibram X. Kendi’s... Continue Reading