Recently, the Reformed blogosphere has seen no small commotion concerning the issue of Theonomy, an allegedly novel position on the relationship of modern governments to the Judicial Laws of Moses. Scott Clark and Friends have been taking pot-shots at Theonomy for longer than anyone cares to remember; whether their marksmanship finds purchase on the broad … Continue reading Theonomy, Naturally
Soon after my conversion from atheism to Christianity in early 2014, I became involved in the Pentecostal movement. Over the next year and a half, I began to move toward the Charismatic movement, and one branch in particular—the New Apostolic Reformation, so-called. I was an avid follower of Bill Johnson, the alleged ‘apostle’ of Bethel … Continue reading Faith, Suffering, and the Purpose of God
Recounting Epstein’s crimes, the powerful politicians and businessmen implicated, the strings that were pulled to keep his story underground for years prior to his arrest, and how he never stood trial for the countless image-bearers he destroyed, one begins to get the sense that the scales of justice aren’t unbalanced— they’re starved.
A wide range of reactions to Kanye West’s new profession of faith in Jesus Christ have been displayed on social media over the past few weeks. To some, this is the beginning of a cultural revival that will launch us into the millennium (#DatPostmil). To others, it couldn’t be clearer that Ye is a false … Continue reading The Contentious Conversion of Kanye West
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