A Shack of Lies

A Shack of Lies

Wm. Paul Young’s book The Shack has sold over 20 million copies, and millions more have seen the movie. Many Christians have been captivated by the handling of one of life’s most commonly asked questions: “Where is God in the midst of brokenness?” But is Young’s story based on biblically sound Christian doctrine? Or is it subtly teaching another gospel by using a compelling work of emotionally...

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Here’s How the New Christian Left Is Twisting the Gospel

Here’s How the New Christian Left Is Twisting the Gospel

By Chelsen Vicari Peek behind the curtain of some “progressive” or “hip” evangelical churches, past the savvy technology and secular music, and you will find more than just a contemporary worship service. You’ll find faith leaders encouraging young evangelicals to trade in their Christian convictions for a gospel filled with compromise. They’re slowly...

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Bono And Eugene Peterson Partner On New Film

Bono And Eugene Peterson Partner On New Film

On April 21, 2016, RelevantMagazine.com, in a post titled, “Bono and Eugene Peterson Are Making a Film About the Psalms”, reported that Bono, the frontman of U2, and Eugene Peterson, author of The Message “bible,” are partnering together to make a film about the Psalms. On April 26, 2016, the 21:00 minute film “Bono & Eugene Peterson | THE PSALMS” was...

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Can You Be a Gay Christian Rock Star?

Can You Be a Gay Christian Rock Star?

By Dr. Michael Brown My heart really goes out to Trey Pearson, described as “a Christian rock star” who, in a “moving letter,” has come out as gay to his fans. Although his band was not particularly well known, his story is getting lots of online attention, as he has opened up his heart with painful honesty. He explains that, growing up in a “very conservative Christian home,” he “never wanted...

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Evangelical White Magic

Evangelical White Magic

By Brannon Howse (An excerpt from his new book What Every Christian Should Know: Understanding and Defending Biblical Truths) For most of the past century, Walt Disney productions have entertained millions of people with animated tales of magic. Since Mickey Mouse first starred in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, we’ve seen the supposed wonders of the supernatural at work. It’s all meant for fun, of...

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