Tag Archives: 9Marks

Hypocrite Thy Name is Ryan Fullerton

By | February 4, 2018

Rachael Denhollander is a true hero of mine. As a victim who was sexually abused by Larry Nasser she was the first indidual to file a police complaint against him. More than 260 other women have since come forward to confront Nassar.  Rachael was also the last victim to make a statement against Nassar at his recently concluded… Read More »

The Dirty Little Secret About Church Membership Covenants

By | December 20, 2017

Today I will once again highlight what, in my opinion, is abuse of church members by heavy-handed authoritarian members of the professional clergy class. Specifically, I am referring to a segment of the professional clergy  who consider themselves to be evangelicals and endorse, support and spread the 9 Marks “gospel.” 9Marx is apparently a highly successful parachurch organization… Read More »

Church Discipline – A Difficult Task?

By | January 17, 2017

“Looking at Jesus through the prism of Johannine values offers unique insight into the priorities of discipleship. One’s personal relationship with Christ towers over every other consideration. What establishes preeminence in the Christian community is not apostleship or ecclesiastical office, nor titles or territory, not the charismatic gifts of tongues, healing, prophecy, or inspired preaching, but only our… Read More »

Mack Stiles – Perpetuating the Myth of Danger in the UAE

By | December 16, 2016

The video above displays state persecution of Christians in Indonesia. It is heartbreaking. To serve as a missionary in Indonesia would undoubtedly present legitimate hardships and dangers. Although officially a secular state, Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world (209 million), and Islam is the by far the dominant religion in the country. I live in… Read More »

I’ll Be Home For Christmas

By | December 13, 2016

    The 9Marx United Arab Emirates contingency will once again be home for Christmas! Yes, the frequent travelers will be the recipients of another all-expenses paid trip home; this time courtesy of radically idealistic college-aged youth (or their parents) who are willing to shell out the $160-$260 required entrance fee to attend the Cross Conference in Indianapolis,… Read More »