Puzzling Propaganda

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There’s an increasing number of puzzling and jumbled sentences in pieces aimed against Christianity. Let’s dissect a couple of examples. This Publishers Weekly write-up tells how publishers are “pivoting toward” a new spiritual age. One book in the report proposes “a new, more morally robust Christianity for disillusioned post-evangelicals.” Let’s break that down. If Christianity is the longstanding teachings of…

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Big Noisy God

We’re being told that God can’t really be known, doesn’t act, and may not even be present except in a place that mystics call “the silence.” This handout documents various sources of that teaching, which is refuted by showing that God has done some of his best work with the volume turned up! Get it here.

Trendy Ain’t Always Cool

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Nobody likes to be viewed as out of step, uncool. So we tend to latch on to whatever is deemed trendy, even if it’s a tad vulgar (like words that Webster’s tags as “coarse”) or disrespectful of God (like “OMG”) or glamorizing something spiritually dangerous. In that last category… A TV ad for the Popeye’s fast-food chain promoted a new…

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