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Enough, already!

The discussion about millennials leaving the church is getting old. On one side is the wearisome complaining about certain characteristics of some evangelical churches that leave millennials no option but to leave altogether (which, quite frankly, is simple disobedience to the command to not forsake being part of a local church). 333 more words


Why is passing on the faith a big deal?

Christian Foundations for Ministry just wrapped up a series of classes at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church in Little Rock. The concept is born from the apparent departure of many young people from Christian belief. 263 more words

Biblical Worldview

Orthopraxy Over Orthodoxy: Understanding Bonhoeffer’s Cheap Grace

The very first chapter of TCOD is probably its most famous portion, as well as it’s most co-opted. Every church imaginable likes to talk about cheap grace and the need for costly grace, and they use it to their own context. 1,076 more words


A College’s Denomination: The BGC and the Vietnam War, 1968-1969 (Part 4)

This is part four of a five part series. If you haven’t yet done so, you may find it helpful to read parts one4,320 more words

When the Gospel Goes Overseas

For nearly two years now, I have been writing to expose heretical doctrines and practices within the modern American church. Some may wonder why I bother. 1,463 more words


Evangelicalism, or American Folk Religion?

I hate Evangelicalism. Or, at least, I think I do. Except that I’m pretty sure that I’m an Evangelical.

It’s complicated.

For anyone coming to BTS lunch this coming semester, we’ll probably be talking about what Evangelicalism is. 1,386 more words