A Response: The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel

The Gospel and the Christian’s response to social injustices in their periphery are not mutually exclusive. Trusted Christian voices have made it their business to convince you that the two supernaturally repel one another. Because these voices are trusted, there is the temptation to swallow their assertions whole. In view of this, it is imperative … More A Response: The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel

A Response to “Social Injustice and the Gospel”

This is a response to the blog “Social Injustice and the Gospel” written by Dr. John MacArthur and posted August 13, 2018. It is my intention to respond to each installment of this subject as he produces them. Some have argued in social media that there is little point in responding to these blogs and … More A Response to “Social Injustice and the Gospel”

Playland: A Manifesto To The Next To The Last Generation Of Free Black Americans

The legal and economic actions against the Black family could not have succeeded without the successful planning and implementation of a spiritual strategy that undermined the doctrinal framework of the Black church, leading inevitably to reality distortion for the rest of us. … More Playland: A Manifesto To The Next To The Last Generation Of Free Black Americans

The Bad Samaritan, or Why the Church Should “Take a Knee”

Luke 10:29 (KJV 1900) 29 But he, willing to justify himself, said unto Jesus, And who is my neighbour? It is the responsibility of the true Christian to stand up for the oppressed. Satan liberally utilizes oppression in the administration of his kingdom [Isa 14.12-17]. The relieving of the oppressed, both by the gospel as well … More The Bad Samaritan, or Why the Church Should “Take a Knee”

A Response to “Slavery and the Bible” by Thomas Kidd”

The blog “Slavery and the Bible” by Thomas Kidd (@ThomasSKidd) of Baylor University is a thoughtful comment upon the complexity of the bible’s approach to slavery. In it he raises questions regarding the uniqueness of American slavery and discusses its applicability to the institution during the times when the bible was composed. The blog may … More A Response to “Slavery and the Bible” by Thomas Kidd”

Donald Trump and American Pastors: The Reason Nations Fail

Jeremiah 2:8 (KJV 1900) 8 The priests said not, Where is the Lord? and they that handle the law knew me not: the pastors also transgressed against me, and the prophets prophesied by Baal, and walked after things that do not profit. The attitudes of influential, evangelical Christian pastors regarding the words and actions of … More Donald Trump and American Pastors: The Reason Nations Fail

Trump Has Won: Perhaps We Were Wrong About All That Bible Stuff

Christianity Today posted an article on December 19, 2016: “Is It Too Late For Russell Moore to Say Sorry?”

Dr. Russell Moore is the head of the “Ethics and Religious Liberty Council” of the Southern Baptist Convention [SBC]. The title of his organization itself suggests his problem within the Southern Baptist organization. … More Trump Has Won: Perhaps We Were Wrong About All That Bible Stuff