Are You a Cultural Christian or a Biblical Christian?

(My note: I have used the term “CHINO” to describe so-called cultural Christians. CHINO standing for “CHristian in Name Only.) from Charisma News Christianity is flourishing. There are more Christians today in America than ever before, both as a percentage and in total numbers. Roughly one in three Americans indicate they have asked Jesus to […]

How Should We Be Living? | Dr. Michael Brown

from Charisma News: The time for slumber and playing games is long past, and the time for complacency is gone. The harvest is ripe, the needs are overwhelming, and the potential is extraordinary. The power of God is totally available, and the Lord Jesus is enthroned in power, ready to send, anoint and bless and […]

Michael Sam vs. Tim Tebow | Is It a Double Standard or Just Pure Christian Intolerance?

Tim Tebow bowed a knee to Jesus Christ in prayer before every football game and took plenty of flack for his so-called “Tebowing.” Indeed, NFL players mocked his ritual—but not one of them that I know of was sent to Christian sensitivity training to learn how not to offend the faith-filled footballer and his many […]

Calif. Pastor Frustrated with ‘Comfortable’ Christianity

ChristianPost.com Speaking at the Christian Resources Exhibition Thursday, Francis Chan said he had experienced resistance to the radical extent of his service for Christ, not from non-believers but from fellow believers. He (Chan) said that all Christians were called to live like the early church believers who denied themselves, took up their crosses, sold their possessions […]

The Double Reach Of Self-Righteousness

By Tullian Tchividjian|Christian Post Guest Columnist It’s simple: we can become self-righteous against those who are self-righteous. Many younger evangelicals today are reacting to their parents’ conservative, buttoned-down, rule-keeping flavor of “older brother religion” with a type of liberal, untucked, rule-breaking flavor of “younger brother irreligion” which screams, ”That’s right, I know I don’t have […]