Tagged: Matt Chandler

Together with Matt Chandler

Over two years ago, I wrote a piece here at Pulpit & Pen entitled “Resetting the Evangelical Mindset on Nabeel Qureshi.” Qureshi was, at the time, a darling of the Christian apologetics community and an up-and-coming speaker with...

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Podcast: Matt Chandler and Charismaticism

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:08:58 — 94.7MB) | Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Matt Chandler and Charismaticism On this episode of Polemics Report, JD reviews an article from Charisma Mag, claiming that people who aren’t slain in...

Matt Chandler Preaches Charismatic Poppycock

Something eventually happens to everyone who calls themselves a Charismatic Calvinist;” they eventually become all of one thing and none of the other. Like with Mark Driscoll, the charismatic side of the Charismatic Calvinist...

Matt Chandler and Village Church Endorses Lent

Evangelical hipster, and the go-to boy when it comes to building the bridge between pop-culture and mainstream evangelicalism, Matt Chandler, is at it once again.Recently, Village Church was exposed for building partnerships with radical...

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The rise of the feminine Church of Eden.

There’s no doubt that women are gaining a substantial voice in the Evangelical Church today. There’s Beth Moore, who travels extensively, speaking at conferences to audiences of both men and women. There’s Ann Voskamp, a well known writer of personal religious experiences, and of course, similar author, Sarah Young. Priscilla Shirer is gaining popularity among Evangelical congregations. And of course there are the famous Word of Faith pastrices, Christine Caine and Joyce Meyer. There are many others, including Lisa Bevere, Paula White, Kelly Minter, Angie Smith and Margaret Feinberg. But what do these women all have in common? They either teach something unbiblical, practice something unbiblical, or, in most cases, both.