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Faithfulness in Affliction

As conveyed at a pastor’s conference in Anuru, India—June 2, 2010

Learning how to be faithful in affliction is a necessary component to a life…

Movie Review: ‘Noah’—The Most Godless Biblical Film Ever Made

***Spoiler Alert***

Okay… The Last Temptation of Christ might be vying for first place, but Darren…

World Vision: The Controversy That Should Have Never Been

By now, most of you have read the news concerning World Vision and its sudden policy change of hiring those in same-sex…

Book Review: ‘The Harbinger’ by Jonathan Cahn

It is rare that anyone ever writes a scathing book review while strongly favoring the topic of discussion within its pages, but here we are.

Just a Twitter Bully

Sometimes you gotta take the gloves off

It gets humorous when atheists start calling us Anons out because of our criticism of popular religious…

Polygamy: The Silent Christian Majority

If some of you haven’t read The Xian Satirist’s post on polygamy—you probably should. Frankly, I’m a little irritated that his post did not provoke…

Is the KJV Really God’s Choice?

A brief look at the Anglican Scriptures

Okay… Now that I’ve got the attention of all the fundies and theologians, let’s get down…

Why the West Should Blame Itself for Uganda’s ‘Gay’ Law

In late February 2014, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda signed off on a bill that effectively punishes homosexuals with long…

Allow Me to Lay My Burdens Down

TBN and the Church of Entertainment

If you haven’t been paying attention, the Trinity Broadcasting Network empire is gradually eroding from the inside. Disturbing revelations back in 2012

The Millstone

Consequences for abandoning children

Recently, I read a sad story about a 27-year-old man who passed away from a rare form of cancer. But before he died…

Why So Anonymous?

One of the biggest problems in ministry today is the personality cult of pastors, evangelists and teachers. Being anonymous helps readers to be objective rather than…

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