“Owing Nothing to Anyone” (Hohn Cho)

In this post, non-SBC author Hohn Cho writes, “it is at best disconcerting when certain people point their fingers at me, and others like me, and claim that we owe them something, when to the best of my knowledge and recollection, I owe nothing to these folks. In many cases, I’ve never even met themContinue reading ““Owing Nothing to Anyone” (Hohn Cho)”

“The Sin of Wokeness” (Erick Erickson)

In this article, non-SBC author Erick Erickson writes, “Some churches are so focused on empathizing with sinners they’re turning a blind eye to sin…. Wokeness is not really about injustice. It is about power.”

“Drew Brees Involuntarily and Interminably Catechized by the Church of the Left: You’re next.” (Mark Devine)

In this article, Mark Devine addresses a statement from Drew Brees and explains, “Brees’ words violated dogmas of the largest, fastest growing religious group in America — the Church of the Left — the Woke Church. Once he’d uttered those words, church inquisitors cornered Brees with mechanical efficiency and his public doctrinal examination commenced.”

Seven Points of Clarification (Carl F. Ellis, Jr.)

In this statement, non-SBC author Carl F. Ellis, Jr. offers seven points of clarification on Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality.

The Law Of Merited Impossibility (Rod Dreher)

In this article, non-SBC author Rod Dreher explains, “The Law Of Merited Impossibility is an epistemological construct governing the paradoxical way overclass opinion makers frame the discourse about the clash between religious liberty and gay civil rights. It is best summed up by the phrase, ‘It’s a complete absurdity to believe that Christians will sufferContinue reading “The Law Of Merited Impossibility (Rod Dreher)”

The Gospel and Self-Conception (Daniel Schrock)

In this podcast episode of Christ the Center, non-SBC author, “Daniel Schrock speaks about self-conception in light of the Revoice movement and the Nashville Statement.”

Is There Still a Place for Blogs in 2020? (Tim Challies)

In this post, non-SBC author Tim Challies writes, “I also genuinely do believe there is a present and a future for blogs. I believe blogs have made many positive contributions to the Christian faith over the past 20 years, and I believe they will continue to do so for the next 20 (and hopefully manyContinue reading “Is There Still a Place for Blogs in 2020? (Tim Challies)”

Choose this day whom you will serve: Jesus or skin color (Lisa Spencer)

In this article, non-SBC author Lisa Spencer asks, “Does Jesus really need to look ‘just like us’ in order to be acceptable to us? Do we really need to circumvent the reality of sin so that it doesn’t offend our sense of ethnic affirmation? We don’t have to dismiss ethnicity, nor should we, but weContinue reading “Choose this day whom you will serve: Jesus or skin color (Lisa Spencer)”