Archive for the ‘The Bad’ Category

Post-Christian?

April 10, 2009

peeptoon1HT: The Sacred Sandwich

Gotta Love Those “Speciality Churches”

April 22, 2008

Slide on those chaps and dust off your snake skin boots, we’re “goin to meetin”!

A New Kind of Church? No, not really, just another way to side step (line dance around) the Gospel, truth and orthodoxy.

I wonder how “Rowdy (disorderly, noisy, unruly, raucous, disruptive, boisterous) Fun” fits into 1 Corinthians 14:40 and 2 Timothy 3:15-17? Does it require a “minister of Rowdy Fun”? It’s difficult to keep up with all the choices and changes in this new “paradigm shift”.

However, 2 Timothy 3:1-9 does come to mind.

Click here for a local radio station’s report, or visit Country Rock Church’s website.

HOLD THE HELLFIRE AND BRIMSTONE

March 20, 2008

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By Paul Proctor

March 5, 2008

NewsWithViews.com

A friend showed me an interesting cartoon that appeared in USA Today bearing a caption that read: Study shows nearly half of U.S. adults have switched or dropped their religions, which included a pensive couple standing in line at the U.S. Religious Beliefs Cafeteria, where customers can pick and choose their favorite doctrines and commandments from the sacred buffet.

Pointing to one of the selections, the male character in the drawing tells the server behind the counter: “I’ll take that with a little less hellfire and brimstone.”

Wouldn’t we all? continue reading

“Pastor” Rick Warren’s Lie

February 1, 2008

From A Little Leaven

He Stands At The Door & Knocks – But No One Is Listening

January 10, 2008

In another attempt to be culturally relevant, at the cost of the Gospel, here’s the opening of a service at Buckhead Church in Atlanta.  An Andy Stanley satellite ministry.

Ten Commandments No Match for Big Mac

October 9, 2007

From WorldNetDaily:

New survey shows more can recall burger ingredients than ‘Thou shalt not kill’

A new survey shows more Americans can name the seven ingredients in a McDonald’s Big Mac hamburger than the Ten Commandments.

The survey of 1,000 Americans, by Kelton Research, showed 80 percent could name the hamburger’s primary ingredient – two all-beef patties – but less than 60 percent recalled the commandment “Thou shalt not kill,” the Catholic News Service, or CNS, reported.

Kelton was commissioned to do the research to help promote the new animated movie “The Ten Commandments,” opening Oct. 19.

The survey also found just 45 percent could recall the commandment “Honor your father and mother” while 76 percent remembered the Big Mac ingredient lettuce, 75 percent sesame-seed bun, 66 percent special sauce, 62 percent pickles and 60 percent cheese. continue reading

A True Christian?

September 24, 2007

John Macarthur vs. Doug Pagitt on Yoga for Christians

September 14, 2007

WAIT! It’s Not Over Yet (Update)

Phil Johnson (“Pyromaniacs”) has posted the (off camera) post show remarks of Pagitt’s apparent disdain for God’s man and the mockery of God’s word. a must listen from the Way of the Master Radio. See also Different Gospels

As the Home Goes, So Goes the Church…

September 11, 2007

An informative video at Truth Matters.

Does the “Infomercial Gospel” Produce True Converts to Christianity?

September 6, 2007

From Extreme Theology

Seeker-sensitive churches have been popping up like weeds across our land. These churches claim that they exist FOR the unchurched NOT for believers. Their pastors claim that they are obsessed with evangelism. Yet, their evangelistic messages all too often skirt the thorny unpopular issues of sin and repentance and instead attempt to woo the un-churched into the Christian faith by presenting a ‘positive’ gospel that is designed to entice people to make a decision for Christ very much the same way infomercials convince people to pick up the phone and agree to make the 3 easy payments of $29.95. Examples of this ‘Infomercial Gospel’ abound, “Receive Christ as Your Personal Savior and you’ll… readn on