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Christianity’s “Trip” to the East

The 1960s and ’70s was a time of great transition for Western culture – and in our opinion, not in a good way. Sadly in our view, America led the way down that slippery slope. Social mores and long-held religious tenets were challenged and often discarded by...

Progressive Christianity: Trading Sola Scriptura for Prima Scriptura

During the sixteenth century battle between the reformers and the Roman Catholic church, the reformers developed the Five Solas which demonstrated their core beliefs in contrast to the Catholic Church from whom they were separating. The first of the five was Sola...

Standing on Conviction

Standing on conviction can be an intimidating and scary proposition. Publicly standing on an unpopular conviction, in the woke “cancel culture” of our day can perhaps drive even the braver hearts to seek shelter. There is much hatred in the land today aimed at...

Minimizing God

Could it be that many who like to claim Christianity as their faith can only do so by minimizing God? In Christianity& Liberalism by J. Gresham Machen, Machen spends a fair amount of time addressing how liberal theologians in his day, who were “in search of the...