Category Archives: The Spirituality of the Church

An Open Reply to Jemar Tisby and “The Downside of Integration for Black Christians”

Dear Jemar, I recently read your article entitled, “The Downside of Integration for Black Christians” which was posted on the RAAN Network on August 21, 2017 and I’d really like to engage you more on this particular subject. All too … Continue reading

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A Short Explanation of the Primary Differences Between Christianity and the Various (Marxist) Liberation Theologies Gaining Ground Among Evangelicals

In Christianity the most fundamental division among men is between the saved and the unsaved (or expressed in the eternal sense the elect and the reprobate, the line of Cain and the line of Seth) and while the divisions according … Continue reading

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Let the Church do the Work of the Church!

The Following quote is from William Hendriksen’s commentary on Matthew and seems particularly apt, not only because of the various kinds of politicking going on in American churches at election time, but also because evangelicals in particular once again seem … Continue reading

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Dabney on Preachers and Politics

PREACHERS AND POLITICS By Robert L. Dabney From “Political Preachers,” The Texas Presbyterian (May 4, 1894): 1 and “The Gospel Idea of Preaching,” Presbyterial Critic 1:7 (July 1855): 315-319. The appropriate mission of the minister is to preach the gospel … Continue reading

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Morton Smith on “Christ’s Commission to the Church”

Unless you have been vacationing in an Amish community for the last few months, you will have noticed that America is once again gearing up for a Presidential election, and inevitably questions regarding the nature of the relationship between the … Continue reading

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