Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Evangelical Syncretism: Rethinking the Reformation
Ecumenism is nothing new. Satan always works to mingle the truth with error, and the evangelistic co-belligerence of evangelicals and Catholics is just one example. But for some reason, this unlikely doctrinal mashup has been growing in popularity for the past two decades.
Monday, February 23, 2015
Evangelical Syncretism: Therapeutic Confusion
The language of therapy has a stranglehold on our culture. Children don’t lie anymore, they tell stories.
Serial adulterers have been re-branded as sex addicts. Drunkenness is now an alcohol disorder—in fact, addiction itself is treated like a disease. Even the gross perversion of pedophilia is listed as a psychiatric disorder in the ever-expanding Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5).
Friday, February 20, 2015
John MacArthur on Men's and Women's Roles
Why should the modern church subscribe to the outdated roles for men and women prescribed in Scripture? Shouldn’t the culture of the church closely mirror the culture of the world? Won’t excluding women from leadership turn off men and women who need to be reached with the gospel?