Evangelicalism

Church Life

From Psalms to Hymns to Rock Bands to …

The theological erosion of worship music is even worse when “contemporary” music arrived. These songs were written by mostly Biblically- and theologically-illiterate young men and women, even those in their early teens!

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Church & Culture

Are You a Frog in the Kettle?

Soon they will realize either that their faith in Christ is being challenged and will therefore seek a true church or, like the frog in the kettle, they may remain as their profession of faith is increasingly confused, weakened, and perhaps even abandoned.

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Evangelicalism

Contemplative Prayer and Other New Age Delusions

“In both practice and purpose, contemplative prayer stands in contrast with what Scripture teaches about prayer. Practitioners believe that one must clear the mind of outside concerns so that God’s voice may more easily be heard and that one may be united with the ‘divine spark’ within.”

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Evangelicalism

7 Reasons Why SOLO Scriptura is Not SOLA Scriptura

“I have endeavored to read the Scriptures as though no one had read them before me, and I am as much on my guard against reading them to-day, through the medium of my own views yesterday, or a week ago, as I am against being influenced by any foreign name, authority, or system whatever.” ~ Alexander Campbell (1788-1866), leader of Campbellite cult

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Evangelicalism

4 Tragic Results of Pagan Contemporary Worship

Music is viewed as a means to facilitate an encounter with God; it will move us closer to God. In this schema, music becomes a means of mediation between God and man. But this idea is closer to ecstatic pagan practices than to Christian worship.

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