A wave came in – How an introvert like Tim Keller became a great preacher; Q&A with Marvin Olasky

Did you give a tryout sermon in Hopewell? Yeah. I do not think I was any good. They were desperate. I am not kidding. Their pastor had left under a cloud and they were looking for somebody, anybody. Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, has done for two decades what people said... Continue Reading

Political Action Committee Formed to Defeat Congressional Black Caucus and Break ‘Death Grip’ of Democrat Party on Black Community

“Homosexuals have no history of slavery, Jim Crow, lynching or being legally defined as 2/3 of a person. I have known people who have been delivered from homosexuality. I have never known anyone to be delivered from being black.” Bishop E.W. Jackson Sr., retired attorney and Harvard Law graduate, is declaring political war on the... Continue Reading

California megachurch pastor resigns for spiritual reasons to seek a new calling

From Wikipedia: “Francis said he felt convicted to sacrifice more for God. “Chan gives away 90 percent of his income … Chan doesn’t take a salary, and has donated all of his book royalties, which total about $500,000 to charities.” Francis Chan, author of Crazy Love and the pastor at Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley,... Continue Reading

Stanley Hauerwas of Duke Divinity addresses Student Body at The King’s College on the subject of avarice.

“American democracy is a plutocracy. …The middle class doesn’t care who rules as long as they don’t lose their stuff.” Last Thursday night Stanley Hauerwas, the Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke Divinity School, addressed the student body of The King’s College on the subject of avarice. He was the keynote speaker... Continue Reading

Africa Is Most Religious Part of World according to Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life Survey

The study reports that the number of Christians in sub-Saharan Africa grew faster than the number of Muslims, from 7 million in 1900 to 470 million in 2010. One in five of the world’s Christians lives in sub-Saharan Africa Researchers say they’ve found the most religious place on Earth — between the southern border of... Continue Reading

100+ new churches have been added to a breakaway Anglican group less than a year since its formation.

The Church of England gave formal recognition to the new province earlier this year but it stopped short of declaring full communion with the ACNA. The Anglican Church in North America has now grown to comprise 809 congregations, some of which were newly planted and many of which severed ties with The Episcopal Church and... Continue Reading

PCA Founding Father Cecil Williamson, Jr. becomes Selma (Ala) City Council President

Williamson, a long time pastor in Selma who was one of the founding pastors of Warrior Presbytery and the PCA, was asked to preside at his predecessor’s memorial service. Dr. Geraldine Allen, president of the Selma (Ala.) City Council, was memorialized during a city organized service on Friday afternoon, held at the Carl Morgan Convention... Continue Reading

Al Mohler equates ‘seductive’ post-modern preaching to liberalism

He described McLaren’s view of inspiration as “light years to the left” of Harry Emerson Fosdick, a famous liberal Protestant who preached at the historic Riverside Church in New York City and was a central figure in the modernist-fundamentalist controversy in the 1920s and 1930s Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville,... Continue Reading

Pastor, Wife Hacked To Death in Nigeria

The district where the bodies were found has a history of Christian-Muslim violence as it is on the border with Plateau State, which has been rocked by sectarian violence in the last six years that has left hundreds dead Funerals were underway Friday, April 16, in a Muslim-dominated northern Nigerian state for a pastor and... Continue Reading

Pennsylvania State Representative discusses Original Sin and Politics

Denlinger’s views had become more Calvinistic, and he began to attend Westminster Presbyterian Church (PCA), where he served as an elder. Five years ago, Denlinger helped start another Presbyterian church, Covenant Reformed (PCA) Two topics avoided at all costs at family gatherings — religion and politics — were the ones that Rep. Gordon Denlinger (R-99th)... Continue Reading