Alabama passed the toughest abortion law in the United States. This is a look at that law which evangelicals support – with the exception of Pat Robertson. This post also looks at why evangelicals are not pro-life, where as the Roman Catholic Church can claim to be pro-life. Also in winning a war it should be stated that many evangelicals are driving young people away from Christianity due to their political engagement. Continue reading
Kathryn Butler writes an article for The Gospel Coalition that looks at modern medicine. In the article she talks about how medicine is “spiritually sick” and that even with modern ethics its still lacking. As I read this article I have concerns about doctors being evangelists and lines bleeding between professions. Chaplains and pastors have a role and can do that job. But let doctor’s focus on their role of serving the patient. Continue reading
On February 6, 2019 the EFCA is holding their next theology conference at Trinity International University. The conference lasts for three days and the theme is The Doctrine of Creation. This post is a review of the theology conference and its speakers. Continue reading
Michael Voris is an alt-right Catholic who is targeting the Roman Catholic Church through his organization called Church Militant. This is an overview of a questionable organization out of Michigan that has engaged in trolling, bullying, and more to win the culture wars from the “liberal Catholics.”
In 2015 some members and attenders of First Evangelical Free Church of Racine, Wisconsin stood in the Racine area and protested abortion. This post looks at how some evangelicals treat abortion and how many lack love. What if evangelicals actually helped people who were pregnant long term instead of engaging in short term activism? What if they responded in love and took people into their home like in one situation this author learned about.
Chris Stroop wrote an article that looks at highlights of ExEvangelcials in the year of 2018. This is a brief post encouraging people to read about this movement. “The Dones” are growing with time. Continue reading
At the Baptist News Global there was an op-ed by Mark Wingfield. The article looked at why the evangelical Christian church needs to admit when its wrong. This is a theme I keep bumping up against here. In addition Mark addresses areas where there should be discussion. This article raises some issues that honestly need to be discussed.