Ergun Caner–who is to evangelicals today what Mike Warnke was in the 1980s–preached at FBC Woodstock this past Sunday, July 27. Some may wonder, “What is so monumental about that?” Ergun Caner has a great story: he was trained to be a Jihadist, but eschewed that life for Christianity. His resultant notoriety has gained him […]
My sister has been going to a fairly bible-grounded, mega church. They’re having a huge back-to-school invite-thing for youth. Given that her son is not comfortable in church, she went by to see what it was about and to see if they would reach out to him some. After sharing this with the middle school […]
Whereas PZ Myers attacks Michael Behe with rhetoric, Behe responds with math and science. (HT: Farmer Tom)
This time, even the otherwise-cozy fellows at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary have decided SGM is too much of a hot potato. Make no mistake: this is a very big deal. Here’s how it typically works: in order to get into an MDiv program, you generally have to obtain a 4-year degree from an accredited college. […]
Either (a) someone majorly screwed up or (b) the shootdown of MH-17 was a false flag op designed to stoke backlash against Russia and, more specifically, President Vladimir Putin. While I would give either of the scenarios a 50/50 chance, for the sake of this discussion I am going to operate on the premise that […]
This dumb broad has quite the future.
During my days at SBTS, the conservatives were gaining strength while the liberals were making their last stand. To put it charitably, the place was a battle zone. The opposition I encountered typically fell into two groups: (1) those who were completely opposed to all things Biblical; (2) those who were otherwise conservative, but didn’t […]
Until SGM confronts Mahaney head-on, exposes the family jewels at Covenant Life Church, and brings in a whole new crop of leaders who are both discerning and transparent, they are heading for the ash heap of evangelical rubble. (HT: Brent Detwiler)
Moira Greyland, writing to the The Guardian (emphasis added): Greyland, writing to the Guardian via email, said that she had not spoken out before “because I thought that my mother’s fans would be angry with me for saying anything against someone who had championed women’s rights and made so many of them feel differently about […]
If you haven’t been keeping up with the back-and-forth, Vox Day has done an excellent job hoisting the SFWA on its own petard. Here is his latest. The SFWA should fund the Jerry Sandusky Endowed Professorship at Penn State University.