Over at Roll to Disbelieve, an atheist blog, they have a good discussion and article about authoritarianism. In light of the authoritarian issues inside Harvest Bible Chapel, Sovereign Grace and the late Mars Hill this article I believe is a good read. It will give a psychological understanding on James MacDonald’s behavior.
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.
Doug Ponder an Acts 29 pastor from Remnant Church in Richmond, Virginia wrote a troubling article about church planting for The Gospel Coalition in December of 2018. The article has concerns in light of the issues this blog has written about at Remnant Church. What Doug is espousing reminds me more of how cancer spreads and amounts to empire building in the end. Continue reading
This blog is pushing an article that Warren Throckmorton wrote that looks at the similarities between Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago, Illinois and the late Mars Hill in Seattle, Washington. Continue reading
This is an article that reflects on an older post from Mike Anderson who led The Resurgence at Mars Hill in Seattle. What do you do when religion leads you to places that are dark and to behaviors just as destructive as alcoholism or drug addiction? This also reflects on what I have seen in my own life. Continue reading
Wenatchee the Hatchet who has chronicled Mars Hill Church in Seattle recently wrote a post at his blog that looked at the relationship between James MacDonald and Mark Driscoll’s Mars Hill Church. This is a good read that I would encourage. Continue reading
About six miles away from Harvest Bible Chapel Elgin is another church that consists of many former Harvest members. City of Joy is led by RT Maldaner and is young but the reports I am hearing about this organization are good. For those looking for a reformed alternative this blog is going to encourage people to attend City of Joy. Continue reading