A popular opinion today is, «let’s just believe in Jesus and leave all the rest alone». While that sounds incredibly mature to a tolerance-preaching culture, it is simple not biblical, nor wise.
499 years ago today, Martin Luther, a German theologian, nailed to the door of the All Saints' Church in Wittenberg, Germany, his 95 theses as a protest to the church’s practice of indulgences. Unintentional at that time by Luther, this would launch the beginning of what is called the Protestant Reformation which resulted a division... Continue Reading →
This is a hot topic where I live. I truly think bible-believing Christians need to know the facts behind this debate. Sometimes this issue is like the elephant in the room that no one speaks about. Sometimes we need to talk about the elephant. This article by John MacArthur is a good help. Evangelical Syncretism:... Continue Reading →
There is great confusion today when it comes to the word unity. In religious conversation, this word has become one of the main topics of discussion. Whether between two completely different religions like Christianity and Islam, or between two religions of similar background like Protestantism and Catholicism, there are many who are using and promoting... Continue Reading →