Apprising Ministries real could wonder: is this a new game show, or maybe a mixed martial arts contest. Find out here.
Apprising Ministries shares some background and CRN associate editor Erin Benziger has the details in this piece.
Warning: This piece contains sexually explicit language that some readers will find disturbing. Nonetheless, David Kupelian accurately reports on what some Christian pastors with rock star status are preaching in their churches. There’s a new form of Christianity sweeping the U.S. … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries reports that the Acts 29 National Resurgence Conference is to feature James MacDonald, Criag Groeschel and Rick Warren, and suggests that it is rather odd that New Calvinists should feature pragmatic synergistic Church Growth leaders like Groeschel and Warren.
Apprising Ministries shows you more reason for concern with Driscoll’s drifting in this piece.
Apprising Ministries brings you yet another oopsie related to bromance Er2. In this video clip Driscoll’s teaching about That Shack; as he does he ends up rebuking his new brother T.D. Jakes. I’m calling again for those in ER2 to repent of their … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries brings you this interesting video clip courtesy of Wretched Radio.
Apprising Ministries points you to Tim Challies’ review of Driscoll’s new book on sex. O wait; or is it about marriage? Well, Tim explains in his review and you’ll find the link here.
(Pulpit & Pen News) Where would an author go if portions of their previous books have been allegedly plagiarized, ghost-written, and their ranking on the bestseller’s list paid for with pilfered congregational funds? They would go pitch their tent in … Continue reading
From Pulpit & Pen: Speaking at the Hillsong conference, Mark Driscoll repented for a number of things. Praise God. Hallelujah. Milking the Best-Seller’s List by Improperly Using Church Funds Asking staff about their wive’s favorite sexual position Well more than … Continue reading
From Berean Research: Here’s a comedy of errors if ever there was one. Hillsong Church’s pastor and notorious false teacher Brian Houston decided to drop former pastor of Seattle’s Mars Hill Church, Mark Driscoll, from Hillsong Conference 2015 even though … Continue reading
According to Christian News Network: Controversial Seattle megachurch founder Mark Driscoll will step down for at least six weeks while leaders review formal charges lodged by a group of pastors that he abused his power. The 43-year-old pastor has been … Continue reading
The organization confirmed the allegations of spiritual abuse in a statement to CT. “A little over two weeks ago, the Board of Acts 29 was made aware of some accusations of abusive leadership against our CEO Steve Timmis…” R. Scott … Continue reading
FLASHBACK FRIDAY This article by CRN managing editor Marsha West was first published September 13, 2017. In 2012 I penned a series of articles entitled “Liberals Created the Culture of Evil and Death.” Due to the aggressive tactics of the … Continue reading
The problem is, The Gospel Coalition isn’t really about the gospel — it’s about other things, like social justice, egalitarianism, LGBTQ activism, open borders and mass illegal immigration, theological liberalism, self-advancement, etc. The Gospel Coalition merely cloaks these causes in … Continue reading
“Josh Harris is not the first of his generation to walk away from Christianity — and he won’t be the last. In the last few years we’ve watched as celebrity pastors and Christian leaders have denied central teachings of scripture … Continue reading
“Mark Driscoll, who spent his life at Mars Hill preaching and defending Calvinism, actually says that he doesn’t hold to the five points of Calvinism because they’re “garbage” and “not biblical.” What’s interesting is that his doctrinal shift (a term … Continue reading
“These discerning ministries take what someone like Francis Chan SAID and combine it with pictures of him SAYING it, and then apply the BIBLE to it. That is why a good many of them are considered more credible than mainstream … Continue reading
“While Harvest and Willow Creek represent two recent, prominent examples in the Chicago area, abuses of power and church mismanagement happen across denominations and in churches of all sizes. Plenty in the pews have been left with the twisted grief … Continue reading
“Consider if someone teaches that we are all little gods or messiahs, or that Jesus is not God in the flesh, or that there is no Trinity. According to Chan, we have no right to speak on this. Chan calls … Continue reading
“Stetzer, who is one of the most influential people in the Evangelical Intelligentsia, decided to lash out at critics of Critical Race Theory just as the frothing feeding-frenzy of #woke evangelicalism snorted in Cultural Marxism like a line of coke.” (Pulpit … Continue reading
The Bible is absolutely clear regarding the qualifications for a pastor,” says Stephen Colin. In this piece over at Famine In The Land, Colin offers two examples of wolves in sheep’s clothing, Todd Bentley and Mark Driscoll, who have found shelter in … Continue reading
“Using what appears to be snippets of a few of the Church Fathers on miraculous gifting that were obtained probably from a brief Google search of charismatic websites, Chandler claims that the first 500 years of church history were replete … Continue reading
During a speaking engagement*, popular preacher and author Francis Chan told the group that God will destroy anyone who questions or criticizes the teachings of Christian leaders. Steven Kozar of Messed Up Church has the story which includes a must … Continue reading
Popular news blog Newsmax has come up with a list of the top 100 most influential evangelicals in America. Not surprisingly the list includes a large number of wolves in sheep’s clothing. A few examples of those who made the list … Continue reading