By Editor-in-Chief Michael Brooks The American Evangelical Church, like our society, faces an immense amount of strain and tension right now. The Church seems at war with itself over how to respond to racial strife, political warfare, Trumpism, progressive-ism, CRT, right-wing activism, left-wing activism, the great reset, practicing Christian freedom, responding to government action and… Read More The Missing Message: Unity in a Time of Conflict (Part 1)
by Editor-in-Chief Michael Brooks The book reviews that I publish are intended to be concise, helpful, and to-the-point. They are divided into three sections: why I read the book, synopsis and structure, agreements and positives, disagreements and negatives, and reasons to read. Why I Read the Book I read this book upon the recommendation by… Read More Gospel Allegiance by Matthew Bates – Book Review
by Contributor Devon Scott My Background After coming to Christ at a young age, I was almost immediately immersed in a predominantly Christian- conservative context. As a young African-American, crossing over from the inner-city, to Holland, MI was a big leap. Looking back, God’s grace was pretty clear from day one, as I was discipled… Read More Did the Apostles Teach Doctrine?
Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. But everyone who hears… Read More Ideas About Conclusions: Can You Accept Conclusions and Reject Their Source?