A few weeks ago, according to Creation-Evolution Headlines (CEH), in the latest edition of Nature, two scientists debated on whether Darwin's mechanism is correct. The article, "Does evolutionary theory need a re-think?", is surprising in its frankness and significant in its publication, especially in an age of increasing defection by Christians to the cause of evolution.
The scientist who answered in the affirmative ("yes, urgently") declared:
"And in [Evangelicalism's] various manifestations in America, it seems often to end up being focused on cults of personality and increasingly unrealistic expectations of cultural influence."
Professor Carl Trueman
I have observed some homeschooling circles for years. And I have studied the work and ministry of Doug Phillips in particular. This was born out of pastoral concern for the homeschooling families within my service.
It was quickly obvious to
Whitefield Media’s fourth volume in a series entitled, Dialogues in Theology. In this volume, Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot interviews Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. concerning the compatibility of Theonomy and Postmillennialism with historic, Reformed theology.
Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Th.D. is an ordained minister (Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly), author of numerous books on theology, and a conference speaker who has spoken
(An Incorruptible Word vs. A Corruptible World)
[a short sermon at the funeral of Jack Harvey Sr., late of California, member of Providence OPC, Denver, father of Providence Elder, Bob Harvey]
1 Peter 1:22-24 Since you have purified your souls in obeying the truth through the Spirit in sincere love of the brethren, love one another fervently with a pure heart, 23 having been born again, not of corruptible seed but incorruptible, through the word of God which
It comes as no surprise that the city of Houston is still demanding all speeches (sermons) from five pastors related to homosexual and gender identity issues in response to a lawsuit against the city.
Why is this no surprise? Because they believe they can get away with it. The tide is decisively turning against the last remnants of America's Christian past.
Consider the latest religious infringement: the small, obscure city of Coeur a'Alene, Idaho. They are threatening