Tag Archives | Bible

Me

The cult of women’s self-esteem

Self-esteem is not a biblical concept.  In fact, selfism was birthed in humanistic philosophy and psychology.  Before we get to Dalrock’s piece, let’s hear what the Bible says: Many define self-esteem as “feelings of worth based on their skills, accomplishments, status, financial resources, or appearance.” This kind of self-esteem can lead a person to feel […]

Continue Reading
No thinking

The Scandal of Biblical Illiteracy: It’s Our Problem

Christianity is in crisis.  Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, reveals that fewer than half of all adults can name the four gospels…12 percent of adults believe that Joan of Arc was Noah’s wife…professing Christians cannot identify more than two or three of the disciples…60 percent of Americans can’t name even five of […]

Continue Reading
Demonic deception

Is there a war going on between God and His forces on one side and Satan and his forces on the other?

Mike Ratliff of Possessing the Treasure offers solid evidence that true believers are under fire from spiritual forces of evil. For this reason Paul urged the Church to put on the whole armor of God to protect against the fiery darts that come our way. (Ephesians 6:1-20)   Evil entities can and will camp out in the […]

Continue Reading

In Case You Were Wondering: Are Female Bloggers Violating Scripture by “Teaching” Men?

Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley asked several women bloggers this question.  Their answers are in this post.  Christine Pack  of Sola Sisters states it this way: “My bottom line is that (1) I’m not expositing scripture, and (2) the book of Jude (about contending for truth and doctrinal purity) was written to all believers, not […]

Continue Reading
The Good Dinosaur promotes evolution

Disney-Pixar Promoting Evolution? Ken Ham Warns Parents About “The Good Dinosaur” Movie

Christian News Network reports on Disney’s latest attempt to entice children into their worldview, which is anything but Christian.  This should be of concern to Christians, as Disney has a huge influence on children’s thinking. Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis believes that “this new film will be watched by many children and will only reinforce […]

Continue Reading
Christian music

The Church Does Not Need Christian Radio

Is so-called Christian radio an instrument of God being used to bring people to Christ?  Blogger Timothy Hammons takes a look at what is being passed off as Christian radio.  Should we financially support this stuff? In regard to “Christian contemporary music,” does it matter if the lyrics to the songs are theologically and biblically […]

Continue Reading
Chain

Binding and Loosing: A Biblical Perspective on a Popular Modern Practice

When we take verses out of context and apply a meaning that was not the intent of the author, it will result in unbiblical practices such as “binding and losing” Satan and his demons.  Context, context, context! By W.E. Nunnally This article discusses the popular Pentecostal/charismatic practice of binding and loosing certain attitudes or dispositions, […]

Continue Reading
Photo courtesy newsbbusters.org

War Room’s Priscilla Shirer “will become the main character” in the Bible stories she’s reading?

John Lanagan of My Word Like Fire expresses his concern over the actress the Kendrick brothers cast in their new film: I saw the movie, War Room, and liked it very much. Priscilla Shirer is an incredible actress, and the director made wise use of her facial expressions to tell much of the story. Shirer is far more than […]

Continue Reading
Beth Moore

Evaluating Beth Moore’s Upcoming Live Simulcast

Sharon Lareau of Chapter 3 Ministries challenges her readers to put on their thinking caps as they evaluate material LifeWay released to promote Beth Moore’s upcoming simulcast. Are there any red flags?  You’ll have to read Lareau’s piece to find out. , I have decided to take another break from my series about submitting in everything to […]

Continue Reading
Photo courtesy leeduigon.com

How the apostate church defends abortion

In this piece Lee Duigon, contributing editor with the Chalcedon Foundation, addresses the left’s fabrication that abortion mill Planned Parenthood is “doing God’s work.”   Duigon isn’t buying it,  He says scornfully: “As if God’s work were to kill babies in the womb and auction their organs. Can you say “blasphemy”?” What better way to begin […]

Continue Reading