Crooked Mahaney Corrupts Mark Dever

By | November 19, 2016

      No, you’re not seeing double! The more observant among you will have noticed that there has been a change in the most recent edition of C.J. Mahaney’s autobiography – Joshua Harris has been unceremoniously dumped, his foreword replaced by an equally flattering version penned by Mahaney’s Captain, Mark Dever.     Harris, a man intimately… Read More »

ERLC Once Again Displays Globalist Agenda

By | November 16, 2016

  In what should come as no surprise to readers of my blog, Travis Wussow of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is once again promoting globalism. You can read an article I have previously written about the progressive/globalist ERLC here. Wussow’s article is partially reproduced below. You may view the… Read More »

Influential Baptist Leaders Growing Tired of Mohler and Moore

By | November 11, 2016

“Like all voters, American Christians will enter the voting booth and, we hope, vote as led by their consciences. But leaders are held to a much higher standard, and continued public arguments that offer cover for Donald Trump are now not only implausible but excruciating.” So said Albert Moher in an October 9, 2016 article he wrote for… Read More »

John Piper – Model of “Functional Authority?”

By | October 27, 2016

“He had, in fact, got everything from the church and Sunday School, except, perhaps, any longing whatever for decency and kindness and reason.” “Whatever difficulties he may have had with philosophy, Latin, and calculus, there had never been a time since the age of twelve when Eddie Fislinger had had difficulty in understanding what the Lord God Almighty… Read More »

TO THINK OF THE LIFE OF A MAN

By | October 22, 2016

TO THINK OF THE LIFE OF A MAN In a time that breaks in cutting pieces all around, when men, voiceless against thing-ridden men, set themselves on fire, it seems too difficult and rare to think of the life of a man grown whole in the world, at peace and in place. But having thought of it I… Read More »