The Johnson Amendment restricting the speech of churches has always been heretical and unconstitutional.

The Johnson Amendment restricting the speech of churches has always been heretical and unconstitutional. It’s a religious law with its own interpretation of religion. It assumes that the state has the authority to regulate, through force, the religious practice of the people. This also makes it heretical as it assumes that the church is beneath […]

Race, Reason and Revelation: A discussion of the apologetic value of a Christian understanding of race

“Race, Reason and Revelation: A discussion of the apologetic value of a Christian understanding of “race” in regard to evangelism, social peace and the unity of the church” With Pastor Lance Lewis (PCA), Ruling Elder and apologetics.com staff Lindsay Brooks (PCA) and Jason Gallagher – hosted by Christopher Neiswonger JD, MA, RE/PCA-OPC http://apologetics.com/radio/?sermon_id=109 Here through […]

The Waning Influence of the American Church

The sub-christian pietism, social pacifism and cultural docetism that pervade the American church might be the primary reason for her waning influence. People can’t believe a gospel of no consequence. Jesus’ gospel carried an immediate effect upon all of life. Without that, it becomes a merely theoretical gospel accurate in sentences but devoid of power. […]

People often ask why we are Conservatives in regard to Government and “suspicious” of the State in any presumptuous exercise of power.

People often ask why we are Conservatives in regard to Government and “suspicious” of the State in any presumptuous exercise of power. We have our reasons: “Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” Washington “We hold these truths to be […]