Tag Archives: evangelicalism

Audio: Phil Johnson on Fundamentalism

Everyone’s heard the term “fundamentalism” or fundamentalist applied to Christianity, but what did that mean originally, how did it change over time, what did it have right and wrong, and what is its relationship to evangelicalism? Phil Johnson answers those … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss List for April 12, 2016

Victoria Osteen Puts Words in Jesus’ Mouth The Museum of Idolatry has this 44-second gem on display, providing further proof that neither Joel Osteen or his wife Victoria, have any idea what the Bible actually says or means. One of … Continue reading

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Daniel Emery Price: “The Good News When You Can’t Hold Fast”

Here’s a great message from the Christ Hold Fast conference by Daniel Emery Price, called “The good news when you can’t hold fast.” One thing he said which I particularly liked: “Christianity isn’t about improving your morals. It’s about God … Continue reading

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Sentimentality and Christianity

I recently found this post by Aimee Byrd asking “Are Evangelicals Too Sentimental?” It concerns a book called “Homespun Gospel,” which she said argues “that sentimentality has triumphed as the primary language in contemporary American evangelicalism over doctrine and scholars need … Continue reading

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