"Shawn, I read your three-part article on FIC [family integrated church, ed.] and I would like to set a time to speak with you. Please understand that I have no pugnacious intentions. I agree wholeheartedly with your concern about FIC. Thank you, Eric Wallace."
After reading the email on my smartphone between appointments, I wondered if this was the Eric Wallace—the one who "started it all"—that movement in homeschooling circles which denounces the typical youth
“…And do you agree to submit in the Lord to the government of this church and, in case you should be found delinquent in doctrine or life, to heed its discipline?”
“We do,” replied the new and excited family.
“We welcome you to the fellowship of our church…,” beamed the pastor.
* * * * Years Later * * * * *
The pastor was dismayed: “You did not follow Matthew 18?”
“Look,” retorted the father, “that family is full of self-centered
In Scotland, by the North Sea, the small town of Elgin had simple educational requirements. The directory for the local grammar school required that "upon the Lord’s day, masters and scholars shall convene in school at eight o’clock in the morning, and after prayer in the English tongue, the several classes shall be exercised—the seniors in the exposition of a sacred lesson [of the Psalms or catechism]...and the juniors in getting ‘by heart’ some select English psalms, or the ordinary catechism;
This is Whitefield Media’s third volume in a series entitled, Dialogues in Theology. In this volume, Dr. Kenneth G Talbot interviews Mr. Samuel M. Frost concerning the nature of hyper-preterism (aka full-preterism), its incompatibility with the Biblical worldview, and Mr. Frost’s journey in and out of the view.
With a B.Th. (Liberty Christian College), Samuel completed a M.A. in Christian Studies; M.A. in Religion, and Th.M. from Whitefield Theological Seminary, Lakeland, Florida
In the not-to-distant future America, the Faith and Freedom Act is the final step to shutting down traditional Christianity. Only one man stands between religious freedom and tyranny: John Luther.
That is the premise of the newest Christian movie, "Persecuted." Staring John Remar (as the not-to-subtly named hero, John Luther), Bruce Davidson (as Luther's friend-turned-traitor) and Fred Thompson (as Luther's father-turned-priest).
Naturally, the powers-that-be