But the festering continued, and a large swath of the church began to join these make-believe martyrs making the claim that their rights had been trampled upon. And they prayed for a messiah, and they voted in hope. Yet, the promises of those they trusted fell short time after time. … More The Ascension of Animus
When I first became a Christian I thought that I knew it all. The Bible was without contradiction and the church I attended was the closest thing to the first century church and the most important thing, in fact that only thing that mattered, was that I saved souls and not to worry about things like … More Getting It Wrong.
I have, in the past, spent and without a doubt will spend, in the future, more time pointing out how the church has wandered from the path Jesus carved for us. But for the next few posts I want to focus more about how your church and my church can have an impact in the … More A Time To Build
I ended my last post with the idea that evangelicalism should adopt a new mantra, love is a facade. I say that not flippantly, or lightly, or even to mock the current Evangelical movement. My hope is that there are people within Evangelical churches today that will understand that there needs to be a change in … More Why Do I Harp On Love (pt2)
Because it is the main virtue missing in the Evangelical church today. I know that sounds harsh and unkind. I am also aware that many would dispute this by making the claim that they are active in a very loving church. To my detractors, I wish to offer you the following challenge. Identify your church … More Why Do I Harp On Love? (pt.1)