— C.H. Spurgeon
Two letters to two gay sons…
Ex-LDS Micah Wilder, Saved by Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ | Joseph Smith
What do we, as Christians, stand to lose if so many of our young men continue to spend their teens and twenties in the pursuit of pornographic pleasure?
Evolution vs. God: Shaking the Foundations of Faith
What’s wrong with drawing attention to the Holy Spirit? (Steve Lawson)
"We must argue"
"CREEDS must disagree: it is the whole fun of the thing. If I think the universe is triangular, and you think it is square, there cannot be room for two universes. We may argue politely, we may argue humanely, we may argue with great mutual benefit; but, obviously, we must argue. Modern toleration is really a tyranny. It is a tyranny because it is a silence. To say that I must not deny my opponent’s faith is to say I must not discuss it … It is absurd to have a discussion on Comparative Religions if you don’t compare them.""
— G.K. Chesterton: “Illustrated London News,”
Inside Australia’s Chilling New Cult (AJ Miller)
And then if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Christ!’ or ‘Look, there he is!’ do not believe it. (Mark 13:21)
A former abortion doctor explains his craft
Not for the faint of heart…..
Baby Box - South Korea
R. C. wrote, “I have often been tempted to write a book by the title, The sensuous Christian.”
What is the sensuous Christian?
“The sensuous Christian is one who lives by his feelings rather than through his understanding of the Word of God. The sensuous Christian cannot be moved to service, prayer or study unless he ‘feels like it.’ His Christian life is only as effective as the intensity of present feelings. When he experiences spiritual euphoria, he is a whirlwind of Godly activity; when he is depressed, he is a spiritual incompetent. He constantly seeks new and fresh spiritual experiences and uses them to determine the Word of God. His ‘inner feelings’ become the ultimate test of truth.”
“The sensuous Christian goes his merry way until he encounters the pain of life that is not so merry and he folds. He usually ends up embracing a kind of ‘relational theology’ (that most dreadful curse on modern Christianity) where personal relationships and experience take precedence over the Word of God. If the scripture calls us to action that may jeopardize a personal relationship, then the scripture must be compromised. The highest law of the sensuous Christian is that bad feelings must be avoided at all cost.”"
R. C. Sproul, Knowing Scripture, pp. 26-27