TLDR: Ravi’s own ministry admits he engaged in numerous inappropriate relationships, and established credibility of rape accusations. Ravi zacharias was a famous apologist known for his quasi intellectual presentations. He was allowed to address the Mormon church inside of their tabernacle. Of course, he didn’t proclaim the gospel during that presentation. One of the hallmarks … Continue reading Update: Ravi zacharias
I’ve been harping on MacArthur (new Calvinist cult leader) for a long time, but many others are just now exposing his outrageously lavish lifestyle. Julie Roy’s has exposed many more details of MacArthurs finances. The result, they were doxxed by the satanists at Grace to you (yes- I don’t believe anyone associated with GTY is … Continue reading John MacArthurs worship of money
Every Christmas and Easter many large churches put on massive productions that are mostly nonsense (they imitate secular activities). They then blast their communities advertisements of their services and circus. Many churches even advertise on tv and at the movie theaters! Despite all of the money they pour into advertising, I have not once seen … Continue reading Church advertising
Every SBC convention brings about liberal drift. In 2017, they condemned the 50 person "alt right." The next year, they joined the me too bandwagon. Last year, the Southern Baptist Convention yet again presented a politically charged, and well loaded, resolution on critical race theory (resolution 9). No matter how the resolution is voted on, … Continue reading SBC’s False Choice
TLDR: John MacArthur is head of a tax exempt charity, where his family members get a say in his salary and how this “charity” is operated. Nepotism and the running of charities is highly unethical, but not illegal. However, one of his sons got caught up in extremely unethical and illegal behavior. He is now … Continue reading John MacArthur’s corruption problems
For those who attend church, I’m sure you understand that people don’t donate (I hate using tithe, as that’s an OT Jewish system of funding the church-state) to churches when they don’t attend. Maybe people will pay “back-donations” for when they miss, but let’s be honest here. So it’s no surprise that pastors really want … Continue reading Get that donation money, churches!
In GunnerQ’s most recent post, he writes about an evangelical statement against wacism. (Yes, racism is Bad, yes it is a sin, no it isn’t prevalent in modern America -except by people weaponizing it). The statement is by the Evangelical Theological society, which is a conglomeration of denominational ministries and seminary professors within the southern … Continue reading Evangelical Theological Society doesn’t know their bible.
There are many bible teachers who demand joy from people, even going so far as to deny the title “christian” or “brother” to those they deem to lack joy. Of course, it should be noted that the lack of joy one may have directly corresponds with questions or criticism of ministries. It should be obvious … Continue reading Joy Shaming
I use the ESV translation of the Bible, as I have found it best reflects the what the Greek texts say. (KJV and NAS are also pretty good- if you compare passages from all three together, they say the same thing, but are sometimes phrased differently). If you wish to study and compare translations, I … Continue reading Elders in the Church
"Deacon" is the title of an office, and in the Greek language, also a description of that office's duties: to serve. In 1 Timothy 3, we have the qualifications of overseer/elder in verses 1-7. Then, in verse 8, we are told the qualifications for Deacons, who “likewise must be ….” Dignified (1 Timothy) Not double … Continue reading Deacons in the Church