Opening remarks and context Months ago I wrote a paper detailing the ongoing “Peter Hammond controversy”. In this paper, I spoke at some length on the admitted and proven heretical kinism of Peter Hammond, the various ethical charges brought against Hammond, the corresponding excommunication of Hammond, and the Biblical position of inviting the heretical and […]Read more "Radical Unity with heresy? A response to Christian Raymond"
This is a guest post from Allen and Elizabeth Sacks. I am providing my little and humble platform as a means of hosting their story. It is not a fun or easy story to tell. Their story is about the need for a beloved local church to repent, pride, deception, manipulation, and sin. I know […]Read more "Be Killing Sin: The REAL Future of Christendom (guest post)"
A little over 13 years ago my former pastor and the father of the woman I was then pursuing gave me O. Palmer Robertson’s The Christ of the Covenants. I was an 18-year-old “Young, Restless, and Calvinistic Baptist”… punk. Learning and accepting the five points of Calvinism, and being able to defend these points ham-fistedly, […]Read more "The Christ of The Covenants and The Christ of Social Justice"
Christian Reconstructionists have a lot to say about justice, law, and impartiality, but if we pick and choose which injustices to oppose while embracing others, the rest of the Church will take note, and the world will take note too. How can we dare hold anti-abortion signs comparing various holocausts and then let a man who denies the Jewish holocaust teach the sheep?Read more "Ignoring Ethnic Hatred, Disregarding Church Authority, and the Future of Christendom"
As an abolitionist of human abortion, I have heard a lot of talk about the Image of God. It is a topic of many conversations and is bound to come up with several people while on the streets and while on social media. And that is appropriate. So much so that the doctrine of the […]Read more "Equally, Fearfully, and Wonderfully Made in the Image of God"
There was once a good master who owned a field. This master had two servants: a man and his wife. The master’s job was to rule; him being the master and all. And the good master naturally desired many good crops. The job of the man was to produce crops for his master. The job […]Read more "A Field of Service and Authority"
I adore CS Lewis. Sure, I could spend a lot of time going through all the various points that I disagree with Lewis on, but I still regard him as a treasure for both literature and Christianity. Lewis, in both his fiction and nonfiction, had a way of beautifully capturing the essence of critical Christian […]Read more "Be Killing the Lizard, or the Lizard Will Be Killing You"