Speaker: Matt Jenson (professor, Biola University) Session: Two-ism and Apologetics Evangelicals battle against postmodernism and other “cultural enemies”. I wonder if we are neglecting to say what the gospel is. Surely, the gospel is able to survive. The gospel is really, really good news. The gospel, like Jesus, is expansive. It should be explained in […]
Speaker: Dave Fandey (lead pastor, Fields Church) Session: Two-ism and the Mission Life The missional life is cross-cultural by its very nature. Culture is not amoral, and we need to understand the elements of our culture in order to understand the culture that we are trying to reach. Mission involves the horizontal nature of the […]
Speaker: Dr. Peter Jones (Executive Director, truthXchange) Title: Two-ism and the Doctrine of God I have much to say about this doctrine (the doctrine of Two-ism). Why this conference on the beauty of two? The message of “One and Two” attempts to explain Romans 1:25, which outlines two options of worship: Worship of Creator (Two-ism) […]
Recently, Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, WA was interviewed on Nightline about the relevance of the second commandment. You can view the segment, which aired on ABC this week, by clicking here.
The debate on the emergent church at the recent Christian Book Expo has been fluttering about the blogosphere. If you haven’t watched it, you really should. It’s long, about 90 minutes, but rich with telling moments and important observations. The debate is between five men. Kevin DeYoung holds out courageously for orthodoxy in the face […]
From the Blog
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 […]