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-Canada: Conservative Churches are Growing While Liberal Ones Continue to Decline?

Tuesday, December 13th, 2016

Recent research in Canada confirms that theology and belief really do matter when it comes to church growth and decline. The churches that are growing have ministers that affirm traditional Christian beliefs while the ones in decline not so much. Here’s the story from On Religion: The bottom line: The faith proclaimed in growing churches […]

-Reacting to Those Who Are Blaming Christians for Orlando?

Friday, June 24th, 2016

   (Eric Metaxas: Image source) Here’s a good article by Eric Metaxas: “Blaming Christians for Orlando? “ In it he references an editorial by the New York Times, The Daily Beast, and reactions by CNN’s Anderson Cooper all piling on and somehow assigning blame to Christians for the actions of the radical Muslim terrorist in […]

-Actually It’s ‘Cultural Christians’ Who Are Really In Decline

Saturday, May 16th, 2015

      (Photo: courtesy of TripAdvisor) For years nearly every American (90%+) identified themselves as ‘Christian’ mostly because everyone they knew claimed it and besides as kids their parents took them to church at least at Christmas and Easter. In the mid 20th century after WWII everyone was considered to be a Christian unless they were […]

-American Church on the ‘Wrong Side of History’ When it Comes to Homosexuality?

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

Bible believing Christians in America are continually being told that they are on the ‘wrong side of history’ when it comes to homosexuality. However, most evangelical Bible believing Christians would rather be on the ‘wrong side of history’ than on the wrong side of almighty God. Make no mistake about it, whether we want to […]

-"Claiming Christ"

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

:”A Mormon-Evangelical Debate” by Robert L.Millet and Gerald R. McDermott (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Pub.-Brazos Press, 2007, 238 pages) A continuation of the Evangelical/Mormon dialogue started with the book “How Wide The Divide” by Craig Blomberg and Stephen Robinson and continued in “Bridging The Divide” by Robert L Millet and Gregory C.V. Johnson. Dr. Robert […]