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September 25, 2018 By CBMW
Updated Editor’s Note (3/22/19): Remarkably, Azusa Pacific University has reversed itself once more and removed from its student standards of conduct language that prohibited public LGBT relationships, causing Eric Teetsel’s original critique to be relevant once more. While the postscript at the end of the article is no longer applicable in light of this reversal,...
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September 17, 2018 By CBMW
Sixteen years ago, Mary Eberstadt wrote an article for The Weekly Standard about the unfolding sex abuse scandal that was roiling Roman Catholicism then. The title of the article, “The Elephant in the Sacristy,” referred to the homosexual aspect of the sex abuse scandal that was being downplayed, ignored, and even covered up by some for...
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September 10, 2018 By Denny Burk
Alister McGrath defines heresy with these words, “A heresy is a failed attempt at orthodoxy, whose fault lies not in its willingness to explore possibilities or press conceptual boundaries, but in its unwillingness to accept that it has in fact failed” (Heresy, p. 31). McGrath reveals what is an ironic truth about heresy. It is...
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April 20, 2018 By CBMW
David French has a must-read article over at National Review about a troubling development coming out of the California General Assembly. In short—and this is not alarmist langue, it is actually what is being proposed—California is a few votes away from banning Christian orthodoxy from book stores, and possibly even from conferences and events. Here’s...
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April 20, 2018 By CBMW
In his first letter to Timothy, Paul writes with a concern that surfaces right from the start of the letter and continues to the end: the preservation of sound doctrine. Paul’s instruction to Timothy concerning sound doctrine is incisive and pervasive: Refute those who teach unsound doctrine (1 Tim 1:3; 5:17; 6:3–5), raise up leaders...
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