Evangelical Christians take hell literally, especially the Neo-Calvinists. At Desiring God recently Greg Morse wrote a post about hell. This blog would like to use that article to raise some questions about hell and make some observations. Having seen a lot of scandal and working with dark topics this blog has some questions and would like to ask, could hell be like heaven when you consider the people who are going to heaven yet who are deeply corrupt? Continue reading
Harbor Hawaii with its main location in Honolulu has two other locations and is both an Evangelical Free and an Acts 29 church. This church was very aggressive on Twitter and blocked quickly. This post is an analysis of the culture of Acts 29 Harbor Hawaii Church which has Matt Dirks as its pastor for preaching and leadership. Those looking for a church in Hawaii and Oahu should stay away from Matt Dirks place of worship. Continue reading
Former Hillsong worship leader Marty Sampson explained on Instagram that he is going through a faith crisis. As usual some of the vultures are circling in the sky waiting to devour their prey. This is a brief post on doubt and evangelical culture. This, along with the Josh Harris story shows that evangelicalism is not sustainable in its current context. Continue reading
Recently on Instagram Josh Harris explained that he is no longer a Christian. Harris’ deconversion from Christianity has created a buzz on the internet. This post looks at what happened and explains why this is a positive development for Josh Harris. A faith crisis can be healthy and good and this blog hopes that each reader who processes this post will go through one in their life. The real tragedy in the perspective of this blog is how Josh Harris is being mocked, ridiculed and and attacked by evangelical Christians. This situation shows the insecurity of many evangelicals. Continue reading
Andrew Jones is a pastor from the EFCA’s Christ Community Church in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The actual campus he is on is the Leawood, Kansas location. This blog is going to use this post to discuss evangelicals, doubt, and how they engage skeptics. Continue reading
An op-ed at the Religion News Service talks about how Mormons deal with doubt. They turn around and blame the doubter and make that person the issue. This writer dealt with that issue when I looked into Mormonism when I was in college in Montana in the late 1990’s.
This is the final post for The Wondering Eagle for 2018. This article reviews the stories and situations covered in the year of 2018. From Acts 29, to the EFCA to the Sojourn Network, the atheist community and Harvest Bible Chapel. This is a wrap up of all the work this blog accomplished. Plus I discuss what is coming in 2019 as well.