Paid by the Convert: Revivalism in America

Today I'm linking an enlightening video on revivalism in the United States and why American churches today incorporate practices such as altar calls, mindless repetition in music, spontaneous baptisms, speaking in tongues, and other forms of emotionalism in worship. Of particular interest is the fact that some preachers during this revival period worked on commission,…

Jesus is Lord of All, Not Lord of A Lot

I went into watching this Paul Washer video because I was interested in learning more about biblical courtship. Instead, I got a powerful reminder of why we, as Christians, need to affirm that our commitment to Christ extends into every aspect of our lives. Synchronization of culture and Christianity is NOT an option in the…

How to Overcome Secular Brainwashing

If you’re reformed, you have likely heard the expression semper reformanda (always reforming). This phrase was meant as a rally cry for the church to be continually reevaluating traditions and beliefs to ensure accordance with the Word of God. At the heart of the sentiment is an emphasis on purifying both doctrine and practice (theology…

Tear it Down to Rebuild: The Eschatology of Progressivism

I’m certainly not the first to note the religious nature of the Left’s social justice movement. Whether it’s in the liturgical listen and repeat refrains, the public “floggings” and unacknowledged pleas for absolution, the requisite genuflection, or the recent canonization of George Floyd at his nationally-broadcasted funeral service, the Left has long relied on religious…