By Zaphnath Paaneah “This article has a controversial but valid analysis of the COVID 19 situation, a point of view that all our friends of the TXC family would doubtless find useful. The author has requested to remain anonymous.” -Peter Jones. As the most bizarre Easter week many can ever remember begins to fade from […]
We hear so much about the importance of love these days, and we providentially called our conference “The Two Loves” which we now understand to mean the Love of God and love of humanity, in that order. This really is the guiding thesis of this conference. The most loving response to same-sex attracted people is […]
Do members of your congregation come to you because of relatives or friends who have come out as gay? Perhaps you yourself have friends or family members in that situation. The rise of homosexual theory and practice has pastors and other Christian leaders around the country hesitant to speak out on LGBT and homosexual issues […]
Facing a mounting cultural pressure to conform, Christians often receive accusations of bigotry and hate. The Bible offers us a positive, life-giving message of salvation, expressed, in particular, in a life of God-honoring heterosexuality.
What is reincarnation? Etymologically, “reincarnation” comes from a Latin composite of “re,” which means “once again” and “incarnate,” that is, “in the flesh.” Religiously, however, it means belief that the soul or the spirit takes on another body after death. Reincarnation is an core belief of Eastern pantheism. Hinduism and Buddhism, the oldest religious systems […]
The State of Our Dis-Union: Day six: Question and Answer Panelsby Joshua Gielow | April 9, 2021
Join our speakers as they tackle the tough questions from the State of Our Dis-Union: Symposium.
The State of Our Dis-Union (Entire Symposium)by Joshua Gielow | April 9, 2021
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The State of Our Dis-Union: Day Fiveby Joshua Gielow | April 9, 2021
Thaddeus Williams: First Things First: Evangelism in the Age of Social JusticeIt has become trendy to identify social justice as a “Gospel issue,” or even as “the heart of the Gospel.” If we do not rally behind this or that social justice cause we are told we suffer from an incomplete or truncated Gospel. How can we […]
The State of Our Dis-Union: Day Fourby Joshua Gielow | April 8, 2021
Jon Harris: The Social Justice Religion This presentation traces the history of social justice derivatives and how they parallel an Augustinian construction of confession, conversion, and a liturgy of praise and penance. It will also examine how social-justice-driven political movements have syncretized with Christianity and other religions. The main case study will be the Black Lives Matter movement. The […]