Here are some choice posts for you to ponder:
This is the logical conclusion you have to come to if you udnderstand that the emergent/Postmodern "evangelicals" consider the logocenter of their faith to be doubt and uncertainty. Then what abour assurance of salvation? Well, sadly, that really suffers. Phil Johnson really nails that concept and talks a bit about universalism here.
As I've written here before, I do not identify with the Charismatics because there are just too many problems in the movement (and have been almost from the get-go in the 1960's). But once in a while you do find a sane Charismatic. I think I just might have found one here.
We are now aware of the need for church security from theft in cars in the parking lot during the church service; of the need for churches to do a thorough background check of their employees as well as those volunteering with children; but, what about security from church employees that sell your information on church records to outside organizations. This certainly is a different subject, and Bob at
Onward Forward, Toward tackles it in the first of what looks like perhaps a multi-part series.
The sickening thing that so many do not know about is what is happening in our historic evangelical Christian colleges and seminaries today. You can get a glimpse of this sad state of affairs at, From the Lighthouse. Go down to the Nov. 10, 2009 post about Bethel University. And sadly, this isn't unusual at all at today's Christian colleges.
Steve Went Looking for Grace
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