On this episode of the new CR:V Podcast apologist Neil Shenvi sits down with Jeff Wright to talk about Critical Theory’s impact on the world, Christianity, the Southern Baptist Convention, and the local church. Neil offers analysis of the origins and ideology of Critical Theory (and it’s derivative, Critical Race Theory) as well as theContinue reading “Critical Theory, The SBC, and The Local Church with Neil Shenvi”
On this maiden voyage of the new CR:V Podcast site founder Chris Bolt sets down with Jeff Wright to talk about the doctrinal state of the Southern Baptist Convention, whether or not she needs another Conservative Resurgence, and what this new podcast is all about, anyway. Find it on Apple Podcasts or by clicking here.
In this post, Brad Green writes, “Current revolutionary activity is a manifestation of a kind of religious faith, even if this faith is—on Christian terms—ultimately a form of unbelief.“
This is a multi-part series by Jared Moore “responding to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) of Revoice .” Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4
These articles appeared as a 5-part series at Founders Ministries: Part 1: The Need For This Discussion Part 2: Same-Sex Attraction in Creation Part 3: Same-Sex Attraction in the Fall Part 4: Same-Sex Attraction in Redemption Part 5: Same-Sex Attraction in Sanctification
In this article, Jared Moore writes that “Much of the error in Revoice’s discussion of same-sex attraction is their treatment of it as a ‘special sin,’ different from other sins. Yet, sinners having orientations does not negate moral culpability.”
Southern Baptist Jared Moore joins Presbycast to discuss Revoice and the PCA.
In this blog post, Denny Burk addresses how a, “widening of what evangelicals will tolerate as plausibly Christian is how false teaching often advances through the movement. It’s why what was unthinkable to me ten years ago (that evangelicals might give up ground on homosexuality) is now very much ‘thinkable.’”
In this podcast episode of The Briefing, R. Albert Mohler, Jr., addresses the recent Christianity Today article on polyamory.
In this post, Tom Nettles introduces a new edition of the Founders Journal featuring an article from Timon Cline on Critical Race Theory, explaining, “Timon’s work in law at Rutgers introduced him to critical legal theory. Soon he became aware of the far-reaching impact of Critical Theory in many disciplines and the implications it hasContinue reading “Founders Journal | Belated Fall 2019 Edition (Tom Nettles)”