Christianity

Is God’s Name “Allah”?

According to a popular pamphlet published by the WhyIslam organization, entitled, the Concept of God in Islam, Every language has one or more terms that are used in reference to God and sometimes to lesser deities. This is not the case with the word ‘Allah’, which is the personal name…


I Am Not Your Brother

The other day a Muslim by the name of Abu Jaffar attempted to sway me to his way of thinking in a Facebook post about the commonalities between Christianity and Islam. It all started when I asked him why he was preaching his Islamic message in a forum that was…


Building Bridges or Destroying Altars: What IS God’s Plan?

Today, in both the religious and secular worlds we hear an awful lot about building bridges. We all need to ignore our differences, seek out our commonalities, hold hands and sing Kumbaya. To disagree with anyone about their particular view about anything is construed as “hating” them, personally. And that…


Thank the Pagans for Christian Origins

By Paul Derengowski Yep, that is right.  We need to be thankful for all the pagan movements of yesteryear (Egyptian, Greek, Roman, etc.) for the person of Jesus and the formation of Christian origins. Jesus is a pagan construct along with all the stories about his conception and birth, as…


Admitting the Church Isn’t Going Anywhere

Christianity Today editor Richard Clark recently wrote a piece admitting that the church was not going anywhere. By it, he meant that he was quite aware that for the most part the church was irrelevant with all the “nones” and “dones” leaving the church in droves, mainly because most churches…


America’s Big Orgy Is On Its Way!

It comes as no big surprise that homosexual marriage is now legal in all 50 states in America. The United States has been gradually slipping down the antinomian slide for several years now, so to finally legalize what was once illegal is only logical. From illogic and inconsistency we get…


Is America Less Christian or Is the Pew Forum Study Simply Flawed?

Over the past couple of days the Pew Forum has released its latest “major study” dealing with the religious proclivities of Americans.  An exact, at least according to the Forum, study was released in 2007, from which a comparison was made to the one done in 2014. The findings of…