Red Herrings and the Racial Divide

Another problem in the ethnic relations debate is the systematic use of red herrings. The white church uses this so much that we are about to cause this fish to go extinct. Here's what I mean. When we white evangelicals come to the table, we bring along our political views and place them alongside our... Continue Reading →

On Racial Dialogue in Evangelicalism

I've noticed something in my study of ethnic relations in the church. It is that often the white majority simply ignore the minorities. We see the social justice movement and we read the books. And we point out again and again the hermeneutical issues of the social justice movement. It is not wrong to critique... Continue Reading →

The Evangelical Church in the Future

There is no doubt that Neo-Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism are in for a good deal of change. What were two distinct camps within Evangelicalism are now beginning to mingle. It seems that in the church, new battlefronts are taking shape and forcing these two separate parties to unite or die. In the past, on the one... Continue Reading →

Probing Fundamentalism

I have been thinking a lot about Fundamentalism and fundamentalism. I can safely that the I am not part of the first category--Fundamentalism. This group is dedicated to the KJVO, antimodern, and antintellectual. Getting my PhD eliminates me from this group. The second group is the tricky one. It started with the idea of being... Continue Reading →

Jesus: YHWH, Prophet, and Message

While the commission of Isaiah is often cited for missions, the message that the Lord gives him is often overlooked. Here is what Isaiah was to preach: And he said, “Go, and say to this people: “‘Keep on hearing, but do not understand; keep on seeing, but do not perceive.’ Make the heart of this... Continue Reading →

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