Tag Archives: Tim Challies

February 22

Reformation Heritage Books, New Calvinists and the Roman Catholic Connection

Here is a vital question: Will the steward be found faithful? (I Corinthians 4:2) Can a gospel minister be considered faithful to Christ and His Word who promotes the sale of books by those who proclaim error and associate with the enemies of Christ? That is the question which must be asked about Dr Joel […]

A Contrite Apology from Dr. Joel Beeke to “Christian” Rappers

First, here is Dr. Joel Beeke’s apology: Recently I was asked to participate in a panel discussion at a Reformed Worship conference. In that discussion the panelists were asked to address the subject of Christian rap music (which I took to mean rap music primarily in the context of a local church worship service). To […]

A Call to Diligence in Christian Blogging

Today, popular blogger Tim Challies promotes a book by John Stott, a man who believed the lineage of our Lord Jesus Christ came from monkeys. Of course, Tim is still (as usual) pushing popular fruitcakes like C. S. Lewis. Carl Trueman refers to the Roman Catholic cult as Christian. Justin Taylor of The Gospel Coalition […]

Q&A: Why Aren’t You As Popular As Challies?

I have been asked this absurd question yet again, and, some questions just have to be answered. It’s a silly question, but maybe if I answer now, no one will repeat it. I can only hope. You know the Q. So here’s the A: Three things. 1) God’s providence and 2) I’m not inclined to […]

New Calvinism & The Sin of Syncretism

The Gospel Coalition. John Piper. John MacArthur. Albert Mohler. Collin Hansen. Tim Keller. Justin Taylor. Don Carson. Russell Moore. Tim Challies. James White. Thabiti Anyabwile. Mark Driscoll… Those who promote holy hip-hop are committing the sin of syncretism, for they are seeking to worship the Lord by means of pagan hip-hop culture. From newcalvinist.com: We […]

Discernment Blogs & Tim Challies

You’ve perhaps been made aware by now concerning Tim Challies post Evil As Entertainment. Tim writes concerning discernment blogs who focus often times on the negative happenings taking place in evangelicalism around the world. Apparently, he sees them as merely a stage where evil has become entertainment. Wow. When it comes to naming names, exposing […]

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