If you are unaware, there is a conflict underway. This conflict centers around the issue of social justice and racial reconciliation in the Church. These issues are sensitive and personal to many on both sides of “the racial divide,” making them that much more explosive. Racial reconciliation is a Scriptural principle when it is defined … Continue reading History’s Warning about the Current Social Justice Conflict
The Church’s role in society has been a contentious issue for centuries. The role of the Church in society has been an issue of contention for centuries. Is the purpose of the church to transform “the life on earth into the harmony of heaven,” as Walter Rauschenbusch, the champion of the Social Gospel said?  … Continue reading Should the Church Be Involved in Social Justice (Part 1)?
I am a millennial. Born in 1992, I fit right in the middle of the millennial age range. Despite many things I have in common with my fellow Christian millenials, I also find myself to be troubled by the direction I see many of them going, especially in light of the recent conflict over social … Continue reading Concerns of A Millenial Pastor: Social Justice and Racial Reconciliation
Eternal Joy in a Temporal World The world as we know it today is cursed by human sin (Rom 5:12; 19). To make matters, the world is ruled by the prince of darkness and his demonic henchmen (2 Cor 4:4). It is through unbelieving men that demonic activity works to stir up strife in the … Continue reading A Defense For Biblical Joy
Dr. E.S. Williams is a reformed, Bible believing Christian and a member of the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, England. Dr. Williams is the author of a number of books on Christian apologetics and has lectured at the London Reformed Baptist Seminary and has written extensively on the dangers of New Calvinism. More of his work can … Continue reading Guest Post: John Piper on The Nature of Saving Faith by Dr. E.S. Williams
“What is the Christian church? That is the question. You cannot discuss church unity unless you are clear in your mind as to what the church is. Now here is the great divide. The ecumenical people put fellowship before doctrine. We are evangelicals; we put doctrine before fellowship.” - Dr. Martyn Lloyd Jones The issue … Continue reading The Recipe for Biblical Unity
In the previous article we began to understand that John Piper failed to take into account the whole context of Philippians chapter one in his interpretation. We also saw that Piper failed to grasp the literal-grammatical-syntactical functions of the language and therefore failed to rightly divide each portion of Scripture. In this article we will … Continue reading John Piper’s Perversion of Philippians 1:20-23 Part II