Tag Archives: judging others

A Tragic Scandal

By | 26 Dec 2020

In May of 2020, those of us involved with Christian apologetics — whether peripherally as I am or vitally as the major focus of our ministries — mourned the untimely passing of a giant in that theological discipline, Ravi Zacharias. I have always looked up to that man as a hero of the faith, the personification of what… Read More »

What If?

By | 29 May 2020

The Holy Spirit had been urging me to write this article for a week or so before I started it and frankly, I’ve struggled with this article over a period of a couple more weeks. Why? Because I desperately don’t want this article perceived as an angry diatribe judgmentally lashing out at everyone who doesn’t “measure up to… Read More »

The New Apostolic Reformation

By | 5 Mar 2020

The New Apostolic Reformation (hereafter “NAR”) is a current movement within the charismatic community and is quite controversial. The volume of hostility towards those who teach and adhere to the principles espoused by this group is astonishing. The primary visible expression of the NAR within the US is Bethel Church in Redding, California. Entire groups on social media… Read More »

Happy Thanksgiving!

By | 27 Nov 2019

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day. Smoked turkey, sweet potato pie, and a panoply of my wife’s amazing side dishes are on the menu. Today, I read the following post on Facebook and was so moved by it, that it will be the entire content of this article. I hope and pray this impacts your life for His Kingdom and… Read More »

A Journey of Forgiveness

By | 8 Nov 2019

…but the righteous man shall live by faith Romans 1:17b9 NASB Many Christians struggle in their faith walk with popular gospel topics like healing and finances. I think I have put more faith effort in forgiveness and trust than in anything else. I get in the way of “getting” forgiveness. My emotions storm and rage like a hurricane when… Read More »

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 »