Former Christianity Today Editor and Trump Critic Mark Galli Converts to Roman Catholicism

“The Mass is a perfect Mark Galli service. There’s no singing. There are no hymns. The homily is five minutes. The whole service is 25 minutes. They give you a single thought, a single illustration, a quote, and you’re done. … Continue reading 

Contributing Editor for Christianity Today Faces Conflict of Interest Questions After Accepting Car From James MacDonald

“CT’s unusual coverage of the Harvest scandal doesn’t necessarily show collusion between Stetzer, MacDonald, and CT. But it certainly raises questions, especially in light of the gifted car. But it’s not just Stetzer’s position with CT that may present a … Continue reading 

Reactions to John Crist’s Moral Failings Demonstrate Our Culture’s Confusion about Christianity

While we may feel disappointed when we learn of the moral failings of Christians we appreciate, admire, or learn from, we should never be shocked. Christians are able to sin just as nonbelievers are. The Bible never claims that we become perfected in … Continue reading 

Purpose Driven Dismantling of Christianity (Reprise)

FLASHBACK FRIDAY (Marsha West – Christian Research Network)  Posted below is part 3 of a column I wrote for RenewAmerica in 2011 in which I revealed that religious syncretism (a blending of many different belief systems) has virtually reshaped the visible … Continue reading 

Oliver Thomas @USATODAY Says the American Church Got it Wrong on Gay People—And He’s Right

“After all, the entire op-ed piece engages in a good deal of ethical finger-wagging. Thomas is chiding (quite severely) the church for its moral failures.  To make such a claim, you better have some moral code to back it up.” … Continue reading 

Homosexual ‘Christianity’ – What is Happening?

“There is no more a homosexual “Christian” than there is a homicidal “Christian”: It is a monstrous delusion. If the desire of the heart is such that one purposefully identifies as an “any sin-Christian,” regeneration has not occurred.”  (Toni S. … Continue reading