Hard Work is the Fruit of Grace

| December 30, 2016

Schwartz: The Day Salvation Was Born

| December 25, 2016

In looking back on my childhood, I remember the Christmas gifts that disappointed me, rather than the Christmas gifts that made me happy. Two instances stand out in my mind. But first let me give you some context. I was raised right outside New York City. I was the third of four children, and my […]

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Proud Women and Broken Women

| December 16, 2016

Are you a proud woman or a broken woman? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth helps you honestly examine your heart with a series of penetrating comparisons of proud women vs. broken women. “Broken women continually sense their need for a fresh encounter with God and a fresh filling of His Holy Spirit,” Nancy says. Watch and ask […]

Mercatornet: A de-sexed society is a de-humanised society

| June 11, 2016

Physical reality exists independent of “gender identity non-discrimination” law—or any man-made law. Laws have no power to make reality go away, but they can change how people behave in response to reality. They can enforce disregard for reality through speech protocols, social and economic pressures, invasions of privacy, and thought policing. And that is what the […]

Confrontation

| May 30, 2016

Understanding the bathroom wars mean understanding the foundation of humanism and their progressive tactics. R.J. Rushdoony gives an eye-opening lesson on the history of progressivism which led us to this recent conflict. Listen here.

Identity Politics & Exploitation

| April 14, 2016

Willing to be exploited, this is what we’ve become. How important is it that we are an example of what God created and defined as man and woman? How important is it that we model Christian family life? How important is it that we order every sphere of our societies with godly order and according […]

Spectacular Grace vs. Empowerment

| April 13, 2016

If we just focused on the psychology behind feminist ambitions for a second, we’d find they are counterfeiting a false strength which they sell us as empowerment. We need to know the difference between what is a sound sense of strength and what is not. Paul Washer points out the truth here. If we’re weak it’s because we’ve bought […]

The Gospel

| March 25, 2016

Have you ever started reading a story book in the middle, or tried to watch a movie starting halfway through the plot? I have, and though it is possible to figure out the gist of the story, it can be hard to have adequate context, and sometimes important details are missed. Most of all, the […]

Chalcedon: The Place of Woman

| March 21, 2016

One of the chronic problems of men is that too often they react instead of acting…This has all too often been true of the reactions of men, Christian and non-Christian, to the women’s liberation movement. The results are sometimes painful. Are women’s bible studies okay or not? Is the husband the mediator between his wife […]

Grant: Religion Externalized

| March 19, 2016

This is the great lesson of history: it is ordinary people of authentic Christian faith who are ultimately the ones who best able to shape the outcome of human events–not kings and princes, not masters and tyrants. It is laborers and workmen, cousins and acquaintances that upend the expectations of the brilliant and the glamorous, […]

Challies: I Feel, I Think, I Believe

| February 22, 2016

[Editor’s note: It is important to sort these things out especially since all three precede action. It gets tricky when beliefs are rooted in feelings and become seeming convictions we’re passionate about. We witness passionate illogical campaigns that work toward selfish ends everyday. Feminism has modeled this in countless ways. The humanist is left to himself to find […]

Why Be Happy?

| February 22, 2016

Prager University give us a big clue as to why feminism will never make us happy. Happiness is at it’s core selfless. Our happiness affects others profoundly, that’s why happiness is a moral obligation. We cannot be guided by feelings because it is how we act that affects others not how we feel. Don’t inflict […]

Capturing Weak Women and Weak Men

| February 13, 2016

“Empowered” is a power word for women (and for men frankly, but we’ll focus on women right now), so much so I hate to even try to redeem it. It is the feminist ideal which tempts women toward a man-centered confidence rather than living in Christ. It’s a seemingly invigorating idea that ends with God establishing the glory […]

Love or Die: Christ’s Wake-Up Call to the Church

| February 9, 2016

Alexander Strauch writes, Pursue love… 1 Cor. 14:1 My first encounter with the biblical principles of love started in a negative way during my early years as a born-again Christian. I was surprised when I saw true believers fight, display angry attitudes, and separate from one another. To make matters worse, the conflicts I witnessed […]

John MacArthur on the Destructive Nature of Christianese

| January 18, 2016

Women, are often most to blame for perpetrating misunderstanding and untruth through Christian cliches. Undoubtedly, and in part, it is due to our innate desire to nurture and to lend an empathetic ear. Our Titus 2 role will not be fulfilled however, without understanding and a foundation of truth that will out live us. It is a short-lived […]