Apostasy and Heresy is Suddenly Percolating (3 of 3)

Concluding our series on heresy and apostasy, I would like to take a few moments to bring the previous two posts together. The first post touched on the recent apparent apostasies (turning from the faith) of two high profile Christians, Joshua Harris and Marty Sampson, which has been in the news recently. The second post …

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Apostasy and Heresy is Suddenly Percolating (Part 2 of 3)

On  yesterday's post, I had talked about recent apostasy (turning away from the faith) among two well-known public figures--one a former megachurch pastor; and the other a singer/songwriter and worship leader. Today, I'd like to talk about two particular heresies going around that are quite prevalent. One is Progressive Christianity (PC), and the other is …

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Apostasy and Heresy is Suddenly Percolating (Part 1 of 3)

It seems that within a short amount of time--say, within the past six months--I have been seeing quite a lot of heresy floating around. And some of it is from some quite well-known and (formerly) well-respected people. That's not to say that the heresy has been new among them, but that I've just been learning …

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Flashback Friday Album Review: Rock in a Hard Place

My introduction to Bloodgood was their 1987 effort, Detonation. I remember hanging out on the steps of my brother's church--of which he was the youth leader--hearing some of the older and way-cooler, long-haired youth groupers talking to him about Detonation and its chilling, "Alone in Suicide." That, plus it's awesome cover art, and the fact …

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Flashback Friday Album Review: Welcome to the Freakshow

Electrifying. That might be the best way to describe DC Talk's live performance captured for their 1996 release, Welcome to the Freak Show. It was easy to see that the band gave all they got on this tour, and then some. The youthful energy of the group (or seemingly youthful--the boys were in their 30s …

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