The decades from the 1970s forward have witnessed the increasing popularity of spiritual formation programs within Evangelical circles based on a resurgence of interest in medieval mysticism and its contemplative spiritual techniques. A major factor behind this movement was the softened posture that the Roman Catholic Church assumed toward Evangelical Christianity as a result of […]
Last week, we received news of two striking cases of senseless murder. Like you, we listened in horror to the dull, rhythmic shots that systematically quenched the lives of 32 college students and professors in quiet Blacksburg, VA. Then we received news from a Turkish graduate of Westminster Seminary California. Three of his Christian friends […]
INTRODUCTION Given the institutions where I have taught during my professional life, it is appropriate to begin my overview of the Paganization/Gnosticization  of New Testament Studies with a quote from J. Gresham Machen, speaking of the inroads of Liberalism into the American church at the beginning of the last century: “The truth is that […]
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Impeachment: Quid Pro-Choiceby Dr. Peter Jones | December 24, 2019
This is the essence of “identity politics”— the naked declaration of independence from our Creator. We cannot create a sense of human dignity without appealing to the Creator of human life.
The Mind of Christby Joshua Gielow | October 18, 2019
We are living in a time of fake news, where people seem to have lost their ability to distinguish between what is right and what is wrong. You could describe this as a time of monist confusion, where there are no real distinctions because the general worldview is now that everything is one, so good […]