I have climbed out on a limb in stating that Dr. Billy Graham made many major mistakes in his ministry that did great harm to the Christian cause. Moreover, he should be held up as an example lest others follow his compromise that always leads to corruption. He was never corrupt in his personal life […]Continue Reading →
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Evangelicals are usually very sensitive as to what people say and think about them whereas the driving force for Fundamentalists generally is not their perception by others, but their faithfulness to Scripture. Many years ago Evangelicals sold their souls for respectability. However, genuine Christians will always be persecuted and scorned as Paul wrote in I Cor. […]Continue Reading →
Andy Stanley is pastor of a megachurch in Atlanta and is considered a leader in Evangelicalism, often speaking at Willow Creek Community Church functions and other interdenominational gatherings. His father is Charles Stanley, a famous Southern Baptist megapastor in the same city. Andy grew up in his daddy’s church but drifted away from his daddy’s […]Continue Reading →
My column, “Can Christianity Today and Chuck Colson Handle the Truth About MLK?” really struck home with some soft evangelicals. I threw a brick down a dark alley and hit someone who needed to be hit. I answered my critic thusly: You really hit bottom when you suggested that fundamental Baptists, as a group, have […]Continue Reading →
Christian Website Goes Ballistic Over my Column Dealing with Christianity Today and Martin Luther King!
My column, “Can Christianity Today and Chuck Colson Handle the Truth About MLK?” was totally on target, without error. In fact, almost all my charges were supported by King’s people in Atlanta, King’s very friendly biographer, King’s best friend, FBI tapes, etc. However, my column was politically incorrect. But then, I thought the media, especially […]Continue Reading →
I read the June issue of Christianity Today with some pleasure after filtering out the New Evangelical drivel that is often spouted on various pages. As an Independent Baptist Fundamentalist who advocates “responsible, biblical militancy,” I would obviously disagree with the loosey-goosey theology, lack of ecclesiastical separation, lack of promotion of godly living, etc. However, […]Continue Reading →