Tag Archives: cults

The Plague of Pietism #2:
Secular Humanism & Postmodernism

By | 1 Jul 2019

What is Secular Humanism? Point of fact: secular humanism is a religion in its own right. Surprised? I was, too, when I stumbled across an article mentioning how the United States Supreme Court had declared it as such in the 1961 case of Torcaso v. Watkins (367 U.S. 488). “Man is the measure of himself” as expressed visually… Read More »

Marijuana & Christianity

By | 19 Jan 2014

Now that marijuana has been legalized for recreational use in Colorado as well as for medical use in numerous other states, the issue is now one of the hot buttons in the culture and political wars, with frequent mentions in the news. Many pro-marijuana folks have tried to support the idea that the Bible is silent on the… Read More »

Is Roman Catholicism a Cult?

By | 20 Nov 2013

Anti-Catholic? Some people, after reading some of my blog articles, might get the impression I am anti-Catholic. Others might go so far as to accuse me of being divisive, promoting schism within the Body of Christ by calling out the Catholic Church on their issues, saying we Protestants need to play nicey-nice with them in the name of… Read More »

They Speak With Other Tongues #6:
The Gift of Prophesy

By | 16 Aug 2012

In my previous post in this series, we began discussing the gifts of the Spirit as listed in 1 Corinthians 12:8-10 and led off with exploring the gifts of tongues and the interpretation of tongues. One of the things I stated towards the end of that article was that tongues and interpretation were the functional equivalent of the… Read More »

How to Properly Interpret Scripture

By | 1 Jun 2012

Introduction I’m going to take a short break away from my series of articles entitled “They Speak With Other Tongues” and address a question I believe to be crucial in dealing with any aspect of Christian doctrine: how do we correctly interpret what the Bible is actually saying to us?. What I’m about to share is how I… Read More »