My aversion to poorly made Christian movies is well-documented. Thanks to PJ Media, I’ve added to that documentation. This time, I take on Pure Flix.
by John Ellis
As debates continue to roil long-held gender distinctions, Christians need to ensure that our responses are rooted in God’s story. Most likely, those debates are going to become more contentious, and the Church will continue to be at the center of the social maelstrom. If we’re not careful to ground ourselves in the Bible, gender debates will strain the very gospel fabric that allows the Church to be an effective witness for Jesus.
Grounding our responses in the Bible helps us realize that disagreements over gender issues are first and foremost disagreements about who God is and what His story tells us about humans, the problem, and God’s solution for that problem. Make no mistake, gender debates reveal whether or not an individual is willing to submit to God or is rebelling against their Creator. To that end, Christians cannot allow ourselves to lose sight of our primary objective – sharing the gospel.
Here’s a fun article. Well, a fun article unless you claim one of these seven things that no one believes.
Please not that this article is tagged under “humor” on the PJ Media website.
The white working class is hurting and they’re angry (which helps explain the travesty that is the GOP nominee). Adding fuel to the fire, they have to listen to the media lecture about their “white privilege” as they watch their real wages shrink, jobs disappear, and communities be eaten up be drug addiction. My latest article for PJ Media explains more:
Barbara King of NPR cannot stand the thought that Ken Ham receives any favorable press. In a recent article, King scolded members of the media who dare to provide Creationism a platform. She believes that children must be taught evolution and only evolution. My editor asked me to respond to the article; I was happy to oblige:
Progressive Christians love to pick and choose what they believe about Jesus.