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Bunker Junk: July 26 – August 1 Intel Report

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As many of you already know, we hang out during the week in a place called “The Pulpit Bunker“. Below are the articles and links we discussed this past week. If you would like to join this Facebook group, you can request to be added here. Christian Group Puts Bounty on Lions Until Planned Parenthood Defunded – Pulpit and Pen The faith of President Obama – in six quotes and one hymn – Christian Today How the Gospel Creates Ethics – The Gospel Coalition Have You Been Reported to Your Church Leaders? TWW Has Got You Covered! – The Wartburg Watch Ten Truths …

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God Has Enough Rocks – Are you Still Praying for America?

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“Now when the sun was going down, a deep sleep fell upon Abram; and behold, terror and great darkness fell upon him. God said to Abram, ‘Know for certain that your descendants will be strangers in a land that is not theirs, where they will be enslaved and oppressed four hundred years. But I will also judge the nation whom they will serve, and afterward they will come out with many possessions. As for you, you shall go to your fathers in peace; you will be buried at a good old age. Then in the fourth generation they will return here, for the iniquity of the Amorite is not yet complete.’” Genesis 15:12-16 Remember in Forest Gump …

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Christian Group Puts Bounty on Lions Until Planned Parenthood Defunded

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[Bakersfield, California] Walter Palmer, an American dentist, recently killed a beloved lion in the nation of Zimbabwe. Cecil, as he was lovingly called, was a common sight in Hwange National Park. According to reports, Palmer paid fifty thousand dollars to hunt the beast, wounding it, tracking it for 40 hours, killing it and decapitating it to the scorn of millions worldwide. Since that time, the Internet has been abuzz with a major public-shaming campaign. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating the kill to determine the legality (or lack thereof) of the stalk and kill, and Palmer has gone into …

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Hillsong: A Breeding Ground for False Converts – And Your Church Pays for It

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It is the bounden duty of every Christian to pray against Antichrist and as to what Antichrist is no sane man ought to raise a question. If it be not the Popery in the Church of Rome, there is nothing in the world that can be called by that name. . .It wounds Christ, because it robs Christ of His glory, because it puts sacramental efficacy in the place of His atonement and lifts a piece of bread into the place of the Savior and a few drops of water into the place of the Holy Spirit and puts a …

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Lyndon Unger Responds to Joel McDurmon’s Attack on John MacArthurs “We Will Not Bow.”

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Please be sure to read editor’s note at the bottom…   Though I’m currently on a reduced blogging schedule, I got tagged in for something special. On July 19th, John MacArthur preached a sermon entitled We Will Not Bow. It got no small notice online and has been posted all around the internet (and ‘the internet’ means ‘Facebook, Twitter, and WeChat’).  I listened to the sermon a few days ago and, like many, found it to be a biblical breath of fresh air in what is quickly becoming an unsettling age. MacArthur placed the recent supreme court decision in the …

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Nine Reasons Why Discerning Women Are Leaving Your Church

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Earlier this week, Thom Rainer, president and CEO of LifeWay, pubished a blog article entitled “Six Reasons Why Women May Be Leaving Your Church.” Although I am not particularly a fan of Dr. Rainer (due to his allowing heretical materials to be sold at LifeWay), I thought this article was a good one, and I agreed with several of the issues he raised, especially, that these issues need to be addressed by church leadership. As a ministry wife and someone in the field of women’s ministry myself, I, too, have noticed women leaving the church. Not just women in general, …

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Podcast: Do Pets Go to Heaven?

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On today’s program, JD answers some sincere questions; one is about why men can show their nipples but women can’t and another about the abortifacient properties of “the pill.” Then, JD discusses Karen Swallow Prior’s view than pets may go to Heaven, and in the Daily Down Grade segment, JD plays a clip from a ‘pastor’ calling the church hypocrites for having gay choir directors but still call homosexuality a sin…because, you know, shell-fish and stuff. You can listen above or download and listen from SermonAudio or iTunes by clicking the links below.

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Warriors, Rainmakers, and the Agency Problem

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“He who is a hired hand, and not a shepherd, who is not the owner of the sheep, sees the wolf coming, and leaves the sheep and flees, and the wolf snatches them and scatters them. He flees because he is a hired hand and is not concerned about the sheep.” John 10:12-13 In the corporate world, directors are elected by shareholders to govern a given company. In turn, directors appoint executive managers (CEOs, CFOs, etc…) to administer the day-to-day operations of the company. These executive managers are agents of the company and therefore have a fiduciary responsibility to maximize …

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Somebody Inform Evangelicals that Catholicism is Not the Answer to Homosexuality

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  Karen responded glowingly… If you click the large pic above, you’ll see it take you to where it’s posted at Ignatius Press. Underneath it, you’ll see the following advertisement. “New evangelism,” of course, was a decree issued by Pope John Paul II in his Papal Encyclical, Evangelization in the Modern World. The strategy at proselytizing and re-proselytizing Roman Catholics that was born from this encyclical coining the term “New Evangelism” is the Catholics Come Home® campaign. Yes, the same Catholics Come Home campaign that was endorsed by Rick Warren. The individual who is congratulated by Karen Swallow Prior is Dan Mattsen, …

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40 harmful effects of Christianity – #2

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“You shall not lie with a male as one lies with a female; it is an abomination.…” Leviticus 18:22 This post is the second in a series that addresses a list of “40 harmful effects of Christianity” that originated on the American Atheists Facebook page and has since made its way around the internet.  In this post, I examine the following “harmful effect” from the list: Harmful Effect #2: Vilification of homosexuality, resulting in discrimination, parents disowning their children, murder, and suicide. It is certainly true that the Bible condemns homosexual acts.  However, the claim that the Bible “vilifies” homosexuality is misleading.  …

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Podcast: Calvinism is Like Racism?

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On today’s program, JD answers a few sincere questions, discusses the SBC inviting two Roman Catholic politicians to speak at a mission’s conference, an article about Russell Moore at World Net Daily, Donald Trump interview in which he says he doesn’t need forgiveness, and a Daily Downgrade segment from Synergism Today, in which someone alleges that Calvinism is like racism. As always, you can download and listen from SermonAudio or iTunes.

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Sundays are for Sabbath Rest

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[Editor’s Note: What would you be thinking about on your death bed? John Bunyan was thinking about the Lord’s Day. These are his thoughts…] Have a special care to sanctify the Lord’s day; for as thou keepest it, so it will be with thee all the week long. Make the Lord’s day the market for thy soul; let the whole day be spent in prayer, repetitions, or meditations; lay aside the affairs of the other part of the week; let thy sermon thou hast heard be converted into prayer: Shall God allow thee six days, and wilt not thou afford …

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Bunker Junk: July 19-25 Intel Report

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As many of you already know, we hang out during the week in a place called “The Pulpit Bunker“. Below are the articles and links we discussed this past week. If you would like to join this Facebook group, you can request to be added here. Stupid or Sinister? Seven Ways to Tell the Difference Between Spiritual Dullards and Deviants – Pulpit and Pen Presidential Candidate Donald Trump: ‘Why Do I Need to Repent … If I Am Not Making Mistakes? – Christian News This Incredible Trans Woman Is Challenging The Way We Think About Gender – Huffington Post GOP Politicians …

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GOP Politicians Invited to Speak at NAMB Missions Conference

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"When you mix politics and religion, you get politics." #SundayReminder — Ed Stetzer (@edstetzer) September 9, 2012 Dave Miller at SBC voices, among other sources, has reported that GOP political candidates Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush will be speaking at the upcoming North America Mission Board “SEND North America Missions Conference”.  The invitation of the political candidates to the missions conference, especially in the wake of the recent controversy over the invitation extended to politician Ben Carson to speak at the SBC Pastors Conference, “floored” Miller when he first heard of it.  However, since Miller has never been to a SEND conference (he is going to …

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Is Planned Parenthood to Blame for Mass Shootings?

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Planned Parenthood made news this month for selling parts of aborted babies, essentially being guilty of trafficking human organs. Many are outraged, and should be. The undercover videos released were stomach churning, as profit motivation became the clear reason for Planned Parenthood’s black market trade of flesh. How could this happen, we wonder. All the while, we have our income tax taken to subsidize this organization. Another tragedy has fallen upon us. In a string of public shootings (and it was neither the first nor the last), Dylann Roof walked into a church in Charleston South Carolina and began to systematically abort …

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Stupid or Sinister? Seven Ways to Tell the Difference Between Spiritual Dullards and Deviants

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“Behold, I am sending you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.” – Matthew 10:16 Rick Warren is a harmless teddy bear. He truly doesn’t understand why people have a problem with him. He’s just not the sharpest guy, but God has really used him. Theologically, maybe he needs some more training…but his heart is in the right place. Beth Moore doesn’t mean that God really spoke to her when she said, “God told me.” It’s just an expression. Yes, she should know better than to say that. But she’s …

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Podcast: Downgrade Segment Returns

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On today’s episode of P&PP, JD answers sincere questions including one about the comparison between circumcision and baptism, a pastor who was fired for Calvinism, Mark Dever and Survivior Blog gals, and Karen Swallow Prior. In the Downgrade Segment, a church sent collection letters to church members who were behind on their giving. As always, you can listen above or download and listen from SermonAudio or iTunes below.

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40 harmful effects of Christianity: A New Series at the Pulpit & Pen

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“’Come now, and let us reason together,’ Says the Lord…” Isaiah 1:17 In this series I will be addressing a list of “40 harmful effects of Christianity” that originated on the American Atheists Facebook page and has since made its way around the internet.   Having read this list over, I can say that its truth value, to say the least, is dubitable.  As a disciple of Jesus Christ, I take issue with the items on this list and how they are presented.  If you are a disciplof Jesus Christ, you should, too.  How would you (if you are a believer), in the Spirit of …

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Podcast: Nuance and New Covenant Theology

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On today’s program, JD answers a bunch of sincere questions, including emails about “nuance,” New Covenant Theology, the Baptist Catechism, and a tad bit about the Karen Swallow Prior stuff. As always, you can listen above, or download and listen from SermonAudio or iTunes by clicking below. This is a YouTube clip unrelated to the program, but I’ll stick this here as my thoughts about the “Prior thing” I recorded on the fly yesterday.

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The Downgrade: What Was It and Does it Sound Familiar?

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I’m working on finishing up a new book this week (I’m being optimistic), called Spurgeon Calling: The Modern Day Downgrade. As I’m waiting for the latest edition of P&PP to upload via the very poor wifi in my sermon bunker, I thought I’d leave some quotations here from the Downgrade Controversy, faithfully collated at Spurgeon.org… According to the best of our ability we sounded an alarm in Zion concerning the growing evils of the times, and we have received abundant proof that it was none too soon. Letters from all quarters declare that the case of the church at this …

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A Prior Conviction: A Minimal Facts Case for the ERLC’s Progressivism as Demonstrated by Its Association with Karen Swallow Prior

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Some months ago, I authored a post about Beth Moore which readers could use to lead their friends out from under the influence of that popular but disturbing author. I did not present a detailed argument about why Beth Moore should be avoided, rather I listed a number of minimal facts which indicated that Beth Moore was unsound and kept unsound company. Here, I build a minimum facts case concerned readers can present  to the stakeholders of the Ethics and Religious Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention (ERLC). To do so, I will examine some of the statements made and …

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Sundays Are For Sabbath Rest

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I hope this short devotional from Robert Murray McCheyne will bless you on this Lord’s Day, and inspire you to hold the Day closely to your heart. Here’s the transcript of McCheyne’s entire sermon. Here are some questions posed by McCheyne at the end of his sermon that I’ll pose to you… (1) Can you name one godly minister, of any denomination in all Scotland [or wherever], who does not hold the duty of the entire sanctification of the Lord’s day? (2) Did you ever meet with a lively believer in any country under heaven – one who loved Christ, and lived …

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What is Gay-Affirming?

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I’m sorry, but part of the brouhaha has been over defining what ‘affirming’ and ‘non-affirming language.’ This is affirming language. It may be very poorly expressed by the author here, because she says she’s not. But if you quote this…this argumentation…what’s the only possible conclusion? That we should approve of these relationships. I mean, at the very least, at the very least, Dr. Prior should recognize that she has not been clear and has been very confusing. If you have been reading (which most of you haven’t and don’t want to, as I don’t want to, but do) been reading …

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The Pulpit and Pen Reviews War Room

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“Rejoice always. Pray without ceasing.  In all circumstances give thanks, for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus” 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 War Room is the latest offering from fraternal film makers Alex and Stephen Kendrick.  As is the case with their previous films, War Room is marketed to a Christian audience and written from an evangelical worldview.  The movie features Priscilla Shirer and T.C. Stallings as Elizabeth and Tony Jordan, a married couple with a young daughter named Danielle.  Though the Jordans are materially prosperous (Tony is a pharmaceutical salesman and Elizabeth is a real estate agent), their marriage is …

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A Response to the “Defense” for Karen Swallow Prior

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A blog we haven’t heard of from a person we haven’t heard of (Chris Bolt), was tweeted to Pulpit & Pen by ecumenist, Eric Teetsel (who we’ve written about here and here) and provided some “explanations” for some of the quotations and citations made in our first piece about Karen Swallow Prior. Currently with more than 1k shares on Facebook (which isn’t necessarily a lot for P&P, but still sizable), we would hope someone would make a defense that wasn’t cloaked in unhinged emotionalism. After several long days, finally someone was making an attempt. So, this is good. After quoting …

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Murderers Are Bad People?!?!?!?!!?

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So you’re outraged that Planned Parenthood is selling body parts that they harvest from the unborn humans they get paid to murder? Good! It IS outrageous! But is your reaction partly fueled by the fact that Planned Parenthood is funded by your tax dollars and you have financial and economic concerns? In two weeks, after you’ve vented on Facebook, and told everyone how outrageous this is, what will you have changed in your life to reflect your outrage? Will you begin to publicly speak out against the unborn Holocaust? Will you visit clinics and call out to women with the …

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Chris Christie’s Strong Conservative Voice Has Something to Say to America’s Evangelicals

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Pulpit & Pen usually shies away from covering politics because, as I often say, “The problem is always sin and the answer is always Gospel.” What I see in the potential presidential nomination of Chris Christie, however, is a powerful message of conservatism that evangelicals need to listen to. In fact, as a guy who voted for Ron Paul last time around and who is easily as Libertarian as I am Republican, I think that Chris Christie’s voice is precisely the voice that evangelicals need to hear in 2015 (or 2016). Chris Christie is a strong, strong conservative. Documenting Christie’s …

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A Management Accountant Examines Planned Parenthood’s Sale of Fetal Organs

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“There are six things which the Lord hates, Yes, seven which are an abomination to Him: Haughty eyes, a lying tongue, And hands that shed innocent blood,  A heart that devises wicked plans, Feet that run rapidly to evil, A false witness who utters lies, And one who spreads strife among brothers.” Proverbs 6:16-19 I am a management accountant.  For at least eight hours a day, I see the world in terms of inputs, processes, outputs…and waste which is, unfortunately a part of almost any manufacturing process.  That’s why, when I heard that Planned Parenthood was engaged in selling the organs of aborted fetuses, I was not surprised.  Like any …

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A Karen Swallow Prior Throwback: Dissection of a Downgrade

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[Editor’s Note: There has yet to be a single, solitary attempt at providing a documented rebuttal to our post on Karen Swallow Prior’s saying that accommodating “transgendered” people in their bathroom of choice is “as commonsensical as it is refreshing,” her attendance and speaking at an LGBT fundraiser, or her asserting that “…gay marriage is an act done out of love.” Prior has said, “Read my book” and “Google me” when challenged on very specific statements. Her defenders have either come from the Rachel Held Evans-esque camp or, strangely enough, the LGBTQ camp. Some have, without trying to defend her …

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Podcast: Gay Affirming ERLC

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Today’s program is the Contributor (half) Hour with Landon Chapman, discussing ERLC research fellow speaking at an LGBT fundraiser and making some very, very gay-affirming comments. As always, you can listen from SermonAudio or iTunes by clicking the links below.  

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Living in Laodicea; Evangelicals and Friendship with the World

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[Editor’s Note: A great many of our readers and listeners were disturbed at the defenses provided for Karen Swallow Prior’s attendance and support for a pro-LGBT and “gay Christian” film festival, advocacy for gender-preference public restrooms as a “commonsensical and refreshing idea” and saying that “…gay marriage remains an act rooted in love.” Those defenses often entailed comments like, “Jesus ate with sinners, so how is this any different?” I asked my college friend and fellow minister, Matthew Woodside, to write this post in his own words to address that notion from a theological perspective – JD]   I grew …

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Gay-Affirming Research Fellow at ERLC, Shocking Liberalism

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“I wish we had 1,000 more Karen Swallow Priors in evangelicalism today. She models convictional kindness. She doesn’t give any ground, but she also doesn’t see people who disagree with her as her enemy.” – Russell Moore (link) Russell Moore thinks we need 1,000 more Karen Swallow Priors in evangelicalism today. He must think so, because he has appointed her as a Research Fellow at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) Research Institute. Moore approached Swallow Prior to ask if she would serve in that position sometime prior to September of 2014. Of Russell Moore, Swallow Prior says, “Under Dr. Moore’s leadership …

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Sundays are for Sabbath Rest

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Are you Reformed? If so, this is your view of the Sabbath (same in both the Westminster Confession of Faith and the LBC1689) – From Chapter 22, Article 7 & 8. 7. As it is the law of nature, that in general a proportion of time, by God’s appointment, be set apart for the worship of God, so by his Word, in a positive moral, and perpetual commandment, binding all men, in all ages, he hath particularly appointed one day in seven for a sabbath to be kept holy unto him, which from the beginning of the world to the …

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Intel Report for the week of July 5-12

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The Bible and Homosexuality: Calling the Church to Courageous Confidence in Christ (Conference) at Truth Community Church “Christian Pastor In Vermont Sentenced To One Year In Prison After Refusing To Marry Gay Couple” By Darius Rubics at NBC.com “Liberals Create Homosexual Version of the Bible That Won’t Offend Gays” At Buzzpo.com “Why do people believe myths about the Confederacy? Because our textbooks and monuments are wrong.” By James W. Loewen at WashingtonPost.com “Baptist scholar says Mormonism becoming more Christian” By Bob Allen at BaptistNews.com “Why Exegetical And Not Solely Expositional?” By Emilio Ramos at RedGraceMedia.com “Book tells untold story of women in the SBC controversy” …

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The North American Mission Board and the Law of Noncontradiction

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There are three laws of logic which undergird the very way in which humans reason: (1) The Law of Identity – A is A, (2) The Law of the Excluded Middle – either A or ~A, and (3) the Law of Noncontradiction – A and ~A cannot both be true at the same time, in the same place, and in the same sense.  Applying the third of these laws, one can easily come to the conclusion that someone at the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention (NAMB) has recently not told the truth about that organization’s plans …

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JD’s 25 Favorite Things (of Summer 2015)

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Hey, y’all. I wanted to explain to all of you guys in the Bunker (and those who are still outside the Bunker for some reason) some of my favorite, essential stuff. I’ll try to remember to do this every summer. Think of this as Oprah’s Favorite Things, except with kind of an anti-Oprah vibe. These are the things that make my life a little bit more enjoyable, more productive, more informed, and a tad more interesting. Here are 25 things the information age provides to help your spiritual edification. APPS Voice in the Wilderness Radio – 24/7 stream audio of …

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Podcast: Shell-Fish and Sodomites

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On this program at P&P, JD answers some sincere questions (and some hate mail) about Rick Warren at Hillsong and a few other things. Then, JD explains why Baptists (and everybody else) ought to believe in the tripartite divide of Old Testament law. As always, you can listen above or download and listen from SermonAudio or iTunes by clicking below.

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Should Southern Baptists Give to NAMB’s Church Fire Fund?

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In light of recent unfortunate happenings in predominately black churches, the North American Mission Board, an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention, has set up a Church Fire Fund to help rebuild African American churches that have been burned down. Their website states: The North American Mission Board (NAMB) has established a fund to help African-American churches that have been damaged or destroyed by fire in recent weeks. You can give now to the Church Fire Fund and play a significant role in assisting these churches in their time of need. 100% of your gift will go directly to support these …

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Baptists and the Law: Why the Tripartite Divide is For Baptists, Too

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I woke up and saw in my Feedly feed this morning, a post from Mike Bergman at SBC Voices entitled, Christians and the Law: A Friendly Response to Tim Keller’s ‘Making Sense of Scripture’s Inconsistency.‘ Like Douglas Wilson, who we’ve quoted and linked several times at Pulpit & Pen, Keller is admirable on several counts, but not without his problems. Keller is a supportor of theistic evolutionist group, BioLogos. Keller has given what appears to be pretty capitulating answers from time to time, on topics ranging from homosexuality to hell. Keller has a stellar intellect, his sermons are put together …

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Calvinism’s Stages of Grief

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Leighton Flowers, who recently broke out the Play-doh for a debate with Dr. James White on Romans 9, addressed a tiny fragment of a conversation I had with the good brothers in Las Vegas at the Refining and Reforming podcast. Flowers took issue with my comparing stages of accepting Calvinism with the stages of grief. This is the clip of P&PP that Flowers plays in the program. My recitation of the stages of acceptance of election, I should clarify, is not unique. Years ago I read this account from Edwards as he, too, fell from the center of his own universe and began …

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Podcast: Hipster Christianity

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On today’s program, JD interviews someone who entered addiction in the name of “Christian Liberty” through the YRR movement, and then plays his message on Jonathan Edwards, Hipster Christianity, and holiness in the local church. As always, you can listen above or download and listen from Sermon Audio or iTunes by clicking the links below.

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New ERLC Hire a Member of Left-Wing “Progressive Baptist Convention”

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The ERLC announced today that they have hired Steven Harris as the “Director of Advocacy” for the entity’s Washington DC office. In this role, Harris will work with government leaders in the legislative and executive branches to advocate for the ERLC’s position on important issues. He will also analyze legislation and produce content for ERLC outlets. In the press release, the ERLC includes glowing recommendations from both Mark Dever and Thabiti Anyabwile.* Harris, in fact, has blogged for Dever’s 9 Marks (but if you follow the asterisk at the end of the last sentence, you’ll see why Dever’s recommendation isn’t …

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Glenn Beck Pronounces Himself Saved at Ed Young’s Church, Crowd Riotously Applauds

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Mormon, Glenn Beck, pronounced himself saved at Ed Young’s church during a recent “Freedom Experience” service. Young has taken some criticism for inviting the Mormon to preach to his evangelical congregation, Fellowship Church.  Church spokesman, Andy Boyd, told the press… “At Fellowship, we wanted to bring in one of the most qualified people to speak on that subject,” he told the Christian Post. “Glenn Beck is a man who is undoubtedly an American patriot, loves this country, and has shown his love for God in many ways. His knowledge of our history and his understanding of our nation is unmatched, …

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Rick Warren Preaching Heresy at Hillsong 2015 Conference

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At the Hillsong 2015 Conference in Sydney, Australia, where Rick Warren shared a stage with other heretics such as Joseph Prince, Warren teaches that he receives extra-biblical revelations through subconscious dreams. The theme of the Word of Faith conference that Rick is speaking at is “Speak Lord, I’m listening.” This is fitting since all of the speakers at this conference are heretical preachers that claim extra-biblical revelation from God. He starts out by twisting Exodus 4:3 regarding Moses’ encounter with God, and God commanding Moses to throw down his staff while God miraculously turns it into a serpent, and then pick it …

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