The Reformed Reaction to Rob Bell


June 27, 2011

This morning, as I was perusing my personal twitter feed, I came across a post by Phil Johnson pointing to his thoughts on the Rob Bell issue over at Pyromaniacs. In old-school blog fashion, I’d like to answer his final question “What do you think?” This post is written with the assumption that the reader […]

Wolves vs. Wolves


October 27, 2010

I think it’s almost humorous when the heretics start going after each other, especially when they subscribe to the same heresies, such as Benny Hinn and Joel Osteen both being Word-of-Faith.

Darfur


June 12, 2007

I was just playing around with Google Earth, which if you haven’t toyed with you should. Tonight I noticed that they have a pretty detailed listing of destroyed villages in Darfur Sudan. It appears they have teamed up with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. You can zoom in and see villages that have clearly […]

Take the Train


October 12, 2006

Minneapolis has been in the national spotlight as of late. A large majority of the taxi cab drivers at the airport are Somali immigrants, and Muslim, and have been refusing to drive anyone who has alcohol in their possession. That’s right, if you are getting back from the Napa Valley and have a bottle of […]

A Conversation I Did Not Have With My Wife


September 2, 2006

You know honey, That Al-Qaida guy really makes sense. I think we should convert to Islam. I mean, they’re just going to keep attacking us if we don’t, and maybe they’ll leave us alone if we do. And 1400 years of history aside, I seriously doubt they’d go to war with another Muslim country, so […]

Ladies & Gentlemen: The Religion of Peace


August 15, 2006

Just a few pictures snapped at a recent protest in London by Muslims.

Request for Assistance


October 27, 2005

A few nights ago, I had some “Latter day Saints” come to my door. They asked if they could come back to talk sometime and I agreed. I am not certain how I will go about sharing the true Gospel with them, but it will be shared. It will be an experiment to see for […]

The Cults: Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Watchtower Bible & Tract Society


January 13, 2005

A few weeks ago, I asked if anyone had any valuable resources about two cults: the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Mormons. I have been doing some intermittent, but extensive study since then on the Jehovah’s Witnesses and would like to share some of the very basics on who they are and what their doctrines entail. […]

The Latest on the “Religion of Peace”


December 14, 2004

I got the following as an email alert from Jan Markell of Olive Tree Views, a radio ministry here in Minnesota. I’d really like to know what churches she’s referring to in the first paragraph. This past weekend two significant events took place. I received an email from someone I trust stating from reliable sources […]

A Legacy of Hate


October 22, 2004

This week’s sermon that I want to recommend is a two-parter by Avi Lipkin (a.k.a. Victor Mordecai). It’s called “A Legacy of Hate”, and deals with the subject of Islam. Lipkin is very knowledgeable about Islam, and is very easy to listen to. You can download part one here, and part two here.

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