Matthew West & Together 2016: An Anthem For Faux Unity?


Unity.  Within the church – and I mean the self-proclaimed “church”, one distinguished by the remarkable volume of tares among the wheat in pews, in pulpits, and, frequently, in the spotlight – the word unity has become nothing less than a discernment-free appeal for moral and social tolerance.  When you hear someone plead for unity, let that serve as a Continue Reading →

Two Crosses One Way, Liberty & Responsibility in Christian Ethics


In Light of the New Covenant which Jesus established what are the dogmatic beliefs that are non-negotiable, and what is the difference between Christian Liberty and Christian Responsibility? We look at the essentials and then begin to break down the Shoulds and the Oughts. ‎Here lies the problem, how do we live that out in the light of adiaphora. ‎ Continue Reading →

Rick Warren: Purpose Driven “Cash-ference” Concludes, But You Can Still “Buy Now”


The unofficial wanna-be Southern Baptist ambassador to the great apostate of the Tiber, Rick Warren, completed another Purpose Driven Church Conference last month. While the adroit observer of the church, a la the “American” flavor of Christianity, won’t be surprised that the event was attended by participants from all 50 states, it may be saddening that the woefully undiscerning from 33 other Continue Reading →

Goats In The Pulpit; SBC & FBC Orlando Promote Apostasy (Part 4)


(Author’s Note:  This is the final article of a four-part series.  I would like to thank Justin Peters for his time in speaking and corresponding with me about this festival of apostasy that should grieve every true believer, Southern Baptist or otherwise, because it is assuredly grievous to our Lord.  I’m grateful to Justin, and others who have spoken out, Continue Reading →

Goats In The Pulpit: SBC & FBC Orlando Promote Apostasy (Part 3)

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“I have never heard such a brazenly blasphemous statement from any of the word-faith preachers … this was jaw-dropping heresy.”  Justin Peters Dr. David Uth, pastor of First Baptist Church Orlando, was the point man responsible for perhaps the most epic act of apostasy seen in the Southern Baptist Convention.  Showing complete contempt for Scriptural commands not to engage in Continue Reading →

First Person Apologetics: Pastor Stan and the Freemasons


The following is the personal testimony of Pastor Stan Gibson: Not long after I first became a pastor, a deeply troubling circumstance necessitated that I began to consider the compatibility of Christianity and Freemasonry.  Before this incident, I had not given the matter much consideration.  I grew up in a Southern Baptist church which was filled with many Freemasons.  Despite being surrounded Continue Reading →