I will continue to post about our deep-seated racism as the story unfolds from Buffalo, NY. For us as whites, I am still stunned when a motive is made clear, I still have friends who say, “Well, it will be interesting to get the whole story.” So… I will still keep at this.
How in the world can you come to a place of despising Tim Keller? Keller pastored Redeemer Presbyterian in New York for decades. His engagement with an agnostic culture drew me in as I learned how to truly engage people who were skeptical of Christianity. His approach was life-changing to me. If there were “disagreements”Continue reading “More on the ugliness of Christian Nationalism”
David French is a politically conservative writer and evangelical Christian. He is one with a large following who has not taken the leap into the depths of culturalized Christianity and is giving a clear warning about Christian Nationalism. Rod Dreher is another politically conservative writer who is full on advocating for a strong “state” thatContinue reading “A clear view of Christian Nationalism”
This is the stuff happening in our American churches in this particular time period: calls for violence, even as someone says, “I’m not saying violence, I am saying…” (all while calling for some state official to be hanged).
There is no other way to say this. It is White Christian Nationalism. This is disheartening. This is sickening. Should America be a nation made up of people from a wide variety of religions? A growing number of religious and non-religious Americans say yes, according to a new study from Public Religion Research Institute. ButContinue reading “The numbers representing White Christian Nationalism”
It will take another 25 years or so to honestly do a decent job on the post mortem, but there are the roots of this fall that are being talked about now. We are entering a time of Babylonian captivity as the white conservative church. The question of our awareness and willingness is another matterContinue reading “The “pre” post mortem on the fall of evangelicalism”
For years and years I have held to what I have called a “remnant theology.” I haven’t voiced it well, and I know my version of it may not match up with other thoughts. There is always a remnant. While we chase numbers and bigness, that is never a true measure of the Kingdom ofContinue reading “There is always a remnant”
There has been a lot of analysis… and a lot of “what did you expect”… and a lot of “how could this happen”… since January 6.