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Jen Hatmaker: Jesus Came to Affirm the LGBT Community

There is no question that Jen Hatmaker, “evangelical wunderkind who is a one-woman columnist, book-writing machine, conference speaker and all-around mom of five kids and pastor’s wife,” is trying to change minds about what the scriptures teach on many hot button social issues. As we’ve pointed out before, she follows the same basic playbook as Progressive […]

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Thanks for Nothing

Society paints people as victims. But does the Bible do that? Do we learn from reading the scriptures that although believers suffer unjustly and experience various trials, that those who suffer injustice should view themselves as victims? Certainly not! What the Bible does teach is that we are all dirty rotten sinners; thus, we deserve God’s […]

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Social Justice is an Attack on the Sufficiency of Scripture

“Make no mistake about it, the Word of God is sufficient and the very moment that we take a step away from the sufficiency of God’s Word we take a step into darkness.” Social Justice has an incorrect beginning and a flawed conclusion, says Josh Buice in an essay he penned for The Statement On Social […]

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“Desiring God” Says God Can’t/Won’t Make Gay People Straight

Jackie Hill-Perry is an American poet, writer, hip hop artist and a professing Christian. When the hip hop artist penned a piece expressing her view that Christians should stop telling gay people that God can make them straight, not surprisingly what she said provoked a storm of criticism from those who disagree with her along with […]

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Social justice statement spurs ‘productive conversation’

Baptist Press has a piece on the battle brewing over a recently released statement titled Social Justice & The Gospel. As a result, “productive conversations” are now taking place by those in the evangelical community who land on different sides of the social justice discussion.  John MacArthur, a conservative evangelical who spearheaded the SJ&G statement, […]

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Slouching To Ancient Rome

Peter Jones examines the implications of Revoice 2018 that took place in July. Why was the conference held? According to their website: Supporting, encouraging, and empowering gay, lesbian, same-sex-attracted, and other LGBT Christians so they can flourish while observing the historic, Christian doctrine of marriage and sexuality. Jones reminds us that the Apostle Paul made […]

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What Color is Truth? Biblical Truths that No Blog Post can Change

George Lawson has penned a piece on the Social Justice movement that’s posted over at The Cripplegate blog.  Those who’ve been following the heated controversy are aware that the arguments from hard-core social justice (progressive) Christians regarding “race reconciliation” are subjective not objective. Lawson’s view is that the debate completely ignores biblical truth.  “People are being […]

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Tell Jimmy Carter about the Damage of Homosexuality

Recently Jimmy Carter, a professing Christian, commented that, in his opinion, same-sex marriage doesn’t damage anyone. Linda Harvey of Mission America begs to differ with him, and she gives plenty of examples of why the former president is dead wrong.  Harvey also presents three good reasons that American Christians should speak “loudly and vigorously to contend […]

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The Troubling Terms of the Social Justice Movement

The following terms come from those who consider themselves “Social Justice Warriors.” This is a dangerous movement, brethren, as you’re about to see. The Church prefers the term Social Justice Christian (SJC). If you’re unfamiliar with this movement, you won’t be for long because what really is liberalism, i.e. progressivism, all tied up with a […]

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Rejecting the Sufficiency of Scripture Results in Cultural Chaos

Should white people apologize to black people for their positions of privilege as some Christian leaders are suggesting, inquires Josh Buice.  In this piece, Buice specifically addresses the #wokechurch hashtag circulating on social media.  “Woke church” stems from the social justice movement that, sadly, has its claws dug deep into the visible Church. Buice reveals what’s […]

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