Atheism vs. Hatetheism and How to Respond to Each

As atheists grow bolder in the absence of such boldness from christian leaders in the Western world, we have begun to find new terms to describe this group.  Typically, we call them the “New Atheists” – ones who do not … Continue reading

The Deception of Eclecticism

Eclecticism in general terms is an approach to a specific subject that doesn’t hold rigidly to a single paradigm or set of ideas, but instead draws upon multiple theories to gain insights into that matter.  It is choosing the best … Continue reading

Identifying the Enemy

Too many of us have allowed the culture to shape what we expect to see if Satan or his minions come to influence us.  What does he look like? Is he a goat-man dressed in red with horns, a pointed … Continue reading

A Letter to Chuck Baldwin

Brother Baldwin, I write this letter to you because I am afraid you have surrounded yourself with sycophants who will not look you in the eye and expound God’s Truth (2 Timothy 4:3).  I was once in your shoes, and … Continue reading

An Open Letter (Response) to Brother Sam Gipp

From an American Soldier “Some Americans believe that our Founding Fathers instigated a war on April 19, 1775, in order to throw off British government, and that the Declaration, approved on July 4, 1776, was a public justification of this … Continue reading

To Whom We Pledge Our Allegiance

The socialist left clearly and unapologetically seeks government help and control when it comes to our economy, health care, and other such issues. We would be wise to also recognize that the “religious right” trusts in the government almost as … Continue reading

Should a Christian Join the Military?

The Religious Right seems to overwhelmingly support the military, seeing their service as essential to keeping this a so-called free Christian nation. These assumptions are often incorrect, as this article shows from a biblical perspective. Should a Christian Join the … Continue reading

Marks of a New Testament Church

A summary of four marks that every New Testament Church should exhibit: The Scriptures as its charter, The Saints as its circumference, The Savior as its center, The Spirit as its conductor. Marks of a New Testament Church.

Pastor To Obama: “May The Force Be With You”

You know you’re apostate when… You quote Star Wars as your prayer for the new Commander and Chief of the United States. “I say to you as my son who is here today, my 14-year-old son – he probably would … Continue reading