Anger

Small Acts of Cowardice Are Destroying Our Culture

David French of National Review reminds us of the sad truth that “cultures are won and lost through tiny victories and defeats, and for a generation, the vast majority of then victories have gone to the left.” Conservatives didn’t fight back says French.  Instead “‘reasonable’ people made the easy choice to go with the flow of […]

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National Day of Prayer

The National (Take A Verse Out Of Context) Day of Prayer

Bud Ahlheim of Pulpit & Pen tackles the 2 Chronicles 7:14 controversy.  According to Ahlheim, this verse is ripped out of context and applied to Christians living in America because God refers to “my people.” “We wield it as a promise,” says Ahlheim, “imbue with perceived power, and expect from it a divinely-induced revival.”  Exactly. […]

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Connecting the NAR dots: Gumbel, Brodersen and the Neo-Calvary emergence

Yes, London is the hot spot for next week’s big gathering of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) leaders, peddling their latest “words from God” and visions from the realms of glory. Before you say “ho hum, another heretic convention,” let me point out what makes it newsworthy. These are the false teachers now being embraced […]

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Glenn Beck Invites America to Join Him in Another Fast

Glenn Beck loves playing the role of America’s spiritual leader.  However, we must remember that Mr. Beck is a member in good standing of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints aka Mormonism. Mormonism is a pseudo-Christian cult.  Glenn Beck makes no bones about the fact that he embraces LDS theology, which is decidedly unbiblical. […]

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Apostles

NAR “apostles” are as phony as a three-dollar bill

In their blogpost “The Apostles Who Don’t Do Anything,” Cameron Buettel and Jeremiah Johnson of Grace to You team up to answer the question many folks have been asking: Does the Church have modern-day apostles as NAR top dogs purport?  And if what they say is true, who determines when God has commissioned someone as an apostle? Buettel […]

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Congratulations, Target: You’re The First Company I’ve Ever Boycotted

After thinking about Target’s new policy for a few days, Christine Pack of Sola Sisters  has decided to boycott Target.  “What can I say?” stated Christine.  “There is a first time for everything. I’m boycotting not because I hate homosexuals or those who identify as transgender. I don’t hate them. In fact, God’s love and […]

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NAR's Seven Mountains

Quick Thoughts: What is the “Seven Mountains Mandate”?

Lyndon Unger of Mennoknight, who also blogs for The Cripplegate, has written an excellent piece on the Seven Mountains Mandate (SMM).  This is a subject we’ve reported on many times to remind people of the unbiblical nature of this so-called mandate.  Still, a large number of professing evangelicals are unaware that SMM is the brainchild of the New Apostolic […]

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