October

The Feminist Seduction of the Evangelical Church: FEMME FATALE

The issue of “gender neutrality” in Scripture translation became a matter of grave concern earlier this year. The International Bible Society (IBS) had commissioned its Committee on Bible Translation (CBT) to make the Bible more... next...

NIV controversy: Participants Sign Landmark Agreement

If you put twelve men with strongly differing viewpoints on a controversial issue in one room, what do you get? If they are Christian men who are willing to pray together, and who share a desire that the Bible be translated accurately, then... next...

Spooked by the Zeitgeist: DON’T GIVE IN TO FEMINIST PRESSURE TO REWRITE THE SCRIPTURES

The day was November 19, 1863, and the president of the United States had traveled by train to the site of the tragic Battle of Gettysburg. A portion of that bloody battleground was being dedicated as a cemetery for those who had died, and Mr.... next...

Whatever happened to truth? WE DON’T LIKE DISCOMFORT EITHER—BUT TRUTH ALWAYS TRUMPS PAIN

I still don’t like being told I’m wrong. I’ve learned to take it-but like most eople, I prefer compliments. So I won’t pretend I felt good about a recommendation recently from an ad hoc committee of the Evangelical Press... next...

Music Which Nurtures Worship of God

Let’s imagine that we are sitting in church on a Sunday morning and while we are anticipating the beginning of the worship service, the organist is laying the prelude. The music which is being played is one of Bach’s masterpieces.... next...

The Holy Spirit and Morality (IV)

Does Christianity in Canada lead to better morals? The Canadian society will have a difficult time answering that question, for Canada has lost sight of what is moral. What Christians consider to be moral, our society is identifying as being... next...

Effects of Prayer are Evident

A few weeks ago I received an e-mail asking for prayer. David Allen, a young missionary to Malaysia, had contracted a rare (possibly unknown) disease that was killing him. He couldn’t keep anything down and his body was literally wasting... next...

J. Gresham Machen and the Reformation of the Church

In 1935 J. Gresham Machen was tried by the Presbytery of New Brunswick of the Northern Presbyterian Church for violating his ordination vows, renouncing and disobeying the rules and lawful authority of the church, advocating rebellious defiance... next...

The Chinese Lions vs. Pastor Lamb

GUANGZHOU, China – During confinnation hearings to become America’s ambassador to China, James Sasser was asked about the “house church” movement in China Sasser said he had never heard of it. For enlightenment, he should... next...

The Ministry of Walking Around

Usually, in this space, I busy myself telling you what to do. That is, I try to point you to the specific assignments given by the Lord in His Word, to men holding the offices of elder or deacon. I try to highlight some attitudes and duties... next...
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