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The Barna Poll for the 2008 Presidential Election

posted by Susan Johnson

The poll is pretty much how we expect people of faith to vote and it looks like Evangelicals came out in support of McCain: As was true in the past two presidential elections, two-thirds of all evangelicals who were registered […]

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Rumble at Jesus’ Tomb

posted by Susan Johnson

Monks trading blows! The fighting has gone on for years but this time it broke out in fists: Israeli police have had to restore order at one of Christianity’s holiest sites after a mass brawl broke out between monks in […]

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Racists burn cross on Obama supporter’s lawn

posted by Susan Johnson

In NJ! Acts of racism have popped up in parts of the tri-state area since Barack Obama was elected president on Tuesday night. In the latest, a family who had supported Obama’s campaign emerged from their home in the northwestern […]

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Evidently, gays do blame blacks for the failure of Prop. 8

posted by Susan Johnson

Recently I noted that I didn’t think gays would protest black churches: Protest black churches? *snicker* That will never happen, they don’t have the guts to do it. It’s easier to beat up the Mormons, no one will call them […]

Prop. 8 opponents protest Mormon temple

posted by Susan Johnson

Because of their support of the ballot initiative. Apparently they aren’t able to get over their loss and accept the will of the people: More than 3,000 protesters marched near the landmark Los Angeles California Temple of the Church of […]

Prayer request for my Hebrew exam

posted by Susan Johnson

To all my brothers and sisters in Christ, I ask that you pray for my Hebrew exam today. It’s on the book of Amos. I think I’m ready and it’s an open lexicon test but I’m still very nervous since […]

Obama’s gains among Christians

posted by Susan Johnson

Steve Waldman has the numbers from the exit polls and does an analysis. Obama gained among every group: Catholics, Evangelicals and Jews. I guess reaching out to those groups and finding a way to down play his infanticide vote (in […]

Well, that’s it then

posted by Susan Johnson

Surprisingly, I’m not as upset as I thought I’d be. I guess I’ve encouraged myself as I encouraged my daughters telling them that this is not the end of the world and we will be OK because God is in […]

Bishop Finn on voting for Obama: “give consideration to your eternal salvation”

posted by Susan Johnson

Pretty much laying it on the line here, isn’t he? I would say, “Give consideration to your eternal salvation.” Because to vote for a person who has expressed a fanatical determination to not only support abortion as it exists now […]

No gain among “white weekly churchgoers” by Obama

posted by Susan Johnson

I guess trying to paint Obama as the pro-life candidate didn’t quite work. Maybe if wasn’t as widely known that he supported infanticide (for babies who survived an abortion), he might have gotten away with it. I guess Soros wasted […]

Obama plans to lower expectations if he wins

posted by Susan Johnson

He’s worried that his supporters have unrealistic expectations after he’s spent the last how many months promising them all kinds of freebies: Barack Obama’s senior advisers have drawn up plans to lower expectations for his presidency if he wins next […]

95 Theses Rap

posted by Susan Johnson

I don’t know how I missed this yesterday! Pretty good rap and interesting video, don’t think it will top the charts though can’t see too many listeners getting the references:(via)

Happy Reformation Day!

posted by Susan Johnson

To celebrate, I thought we could sing what’s become the hymn of the Reformation: “A Mighty Fortress is Our God.” Here are the words in case you don’t know it. Here’s a video of Steven Green singing it a capella:For […]

“Obama be thy name”

posted by Susan Johnson

“Thy change will come, thy will be done,” at least he didn’t say “on earth as it is in heaven.” That’s pretty much the extent of the blasphemy, the rest is just naming states and ethnic groups. It’s reggae so […]

The Prodigal God: Recovering the Heart of the Christian Faith

posted by Susan Johnson

Tim Killer has written a new book about the gospel using the Parable of the Prodigal Son but as you can see from the title, he’s turned things around, why? The word ‘prodigal’ is an English word that means recklessly […]

Robert Schuller ousts son from the “Hour of Power” TV show

posted by Susan Johnson

Robert Schuller had given his son his ministry but now he has taken it back and no one seems to know why. Did the son stray from his father’s teaching in a good way (preaching the gospel?) or in a […]

The Christopher Hitchens and Doug Wilson Debate at WTS

posted by Susan Johnson

They’ll be debating at Westminster Thursday at 6:30 and the debate is open to the public, better get there early, there are only 400 seats available: Christopher Hitchens, renowned atheist and author of God Is Not Great, and Doug Wilson, […]

“No Catholic Can in Good Conscience Vote for Obama”

posted by Susan Johnson

The Catholic bishops have come out quite strongly against abortion pushing back against the Democrats who want to minimize this issue and make it a matter of personal choice. They are quite clear that the teaching of the church is […]

What pastor hasn’t been corrected by a member of his congregation?

posted by Susan Johnson

Oh.My.Heck! What church did this guy go to? I’ve never met a pastor who hasn’t been corrected by a member of his church. Maybe there out there but in the four churches I’ve belonged to the pastor has to listen […]

A Living Sanctuary For Obama

posted by Susan Johnson

So, here’s a little idol worshiping for my lefty readers:The song playing in the background is a spiritual which was originally song to Jesus (you can find the rest of the words here): Lord, prepare me to be a sanctuary, […]

McCain Supporters Sent Packing

posted by aarnold

Posted by SusanJust doing my part to stop the mis-characterization that somehow McCain supporters condone racism. This incident, I’m sure, will not make the evening news. With all the talk of Obama being a unifier, what about McCain bringing Muslims […]

Obama’s gone from messiah to saint

posted by Susan Johnson

Oh.My.Heck! Talk about idol worshiping! I guess no one can accuse the Democrats of being godless, eh? Try praying to him and see where it gets you. Do you think people like this who have gone over the deep end […]

Iranian converts may be hanged for their faith

posted by Susan Johnson

Please join me in praying for the Christian converts in Iran, the church should be united in our cry to the Lord to help his people. Pray that the world leaders will stand up against such a violation of the […]

Louis Farrakhan called Obama “the Messiah”

posted by Susan Johnson

Wow! How creepy is that? Not an endorsement that Obama needs right now, I bet. What do you think he means by messiah? Do you think he’s referring to a political or religious figure or both? Is there a messianic […]

Come, Let us Sing a Song of Praise

posted by Susan Johnson

Let’s us sing a song of praise to the one who is going to spread happiness and freedom:You know what song came to mind when I saw this video? “Jesus loves the little children.” Sadly, the messiah they have put […]

God-o-Meter interviews Rick Warren

posted by Susan Johnson

Interesting insight into the Obama/McCain faith debate that took place on Saturday:<blockquote>Before last night, McCain had been widely criticized by Christian activists for keeping mum about his faith and about values issues like abortion and marriage Last night seemed to […]

The Genesis Debate

posted by Susan Johnson

Here’s a bonus digest of a book that presents the three views of Genesis and a digest of a paper by Mark Futato on Genesis 2. I had to write the digest for my Doctrine of Man class. The Genesis […]

Deuteronomy 5:22-27: Divine Revelation at Horeb

posted by Susan Johnson

OK, so I didn’t really like this paper at all. I’m not sure what grade I received for it since I haven’t picked it up yet. I did get an A- for the course so I must have gotten a […]

Doctrine of God: 3rd Digest of Bavinck, Calvin and Turretin

posted by Susan Johnson

Herman Bavinck: Reformed Dogmatics Volume 2: God and Creation I. God’s Incommunicable Attributes A. To understand the Trinity it is necessary to understand the divine nature. The Bible supports understanding God’s nature before understanding the Trinity since God’s nature was […]

Hebrews 12:18-24: “You Have Come to Mount Zion”

posted by Susan Johnson

This is the exegetical paper I wrote for General Epistles and Revelation. It is the only exegetical paper that I’ve written at Westminster that I’ve actually loved. I loved the whole experience of writing it. I love the passage, I […]

Luke 18:1-8: The Parable of the Unjust Judge

posted by Susan Johnson

This is my exegetical paper for Gospels. I wrote it at the same time I wrote an exegetical paper for Old Testament History and Theology which I won’t be posting since I was very disappointed with it. I had great […]

Doctrine of God: 1st Digest of Bavinck, Calvin and Turretin

posted by Susan Johnson

Herman Bavinck: Reformed Dogmatics Volume 2: God and Creation I. The Incomprehensibility of God A. God has revealed himself in Scriptures but it is hard for the finite mind to understand. According to Scriptures, God has revealed himself in his […]

John 9:1-5

posted by Susan Johnson

OK, so the writing isn’t the best. Professor Enns said that the reason he didn’t make us write an exegetical paper for his OTI was that the papers we write in seminary aren’t really that good. I agree with him […]

“One Nation, Under a New Obama Salute”

posted by Susan Johnson

Oh.My.Heck! Well, the title says it all. One nation joined together in our worship of our political savior, raising our hands and clasping them above our heads in unity forming the “O” that expresses our “hopes and progress.” What think […]

A 71-year-old preacher is convicted for road rage

posted by Susan Johnson

Well, I could say all kinds of things about this, can’t I? At 71, hasn’t he learned patience yet? What about loving his neighbor as himself? As a preacher he’s probably preached on these topics so they should have been […]

Islamists blamed for Chinese massacre

posted by Susan Johnson

Muslims in China who want to break away from China and form their own Islamic state attacked a group of 70 policemen as they jogged in the street: The two men who killed 16 policemen in the Kashgar massacre were […]

Atheists fall short of ad money for bus sign

posted by Susan Johnson

Way short! They needed 4,678 pledges but only got 877: Campaigners hoped to raise the raise the £23,400 necessary to buy a prominent two-week slot on a “bendy bus” by collecting £5 pledges from atheists online. They even made a […]

Professor Peter Enns is leaving Westminster Theological Seminary today

posted by Susan Johnson

Of course I’m over a week late with this news! I never promised to be timely that’s for sure! Well, I’m pretty bummed because I was hoping to have him for wisdom literature. I figured the class would be pretty […]

“I hope my father and family open their eyes to Jesus and the Kingdom of God”

posted by Susan Johnson

Those are the words of the son of a top Hamas leader! Amazing! Talk about the power of God: The son of one of the most popular leaders in the Hamas terrorist organization has moved to the U.S. and converted […]

Taliban warn that “every woman not wearing Hijab would be disfigured with acid”

posted by Susan Johnson

They are still trying to impose their brand of Islam on the nation: Tehreek-e-Islami Taliban Pakistan (TITP) has distributed a fifteen-days notice to several “un-Islamic” businesses in Kot Addu to shut down or face dire consequences. The TTIP wrote threatening […]

Obama’s prayer note snatching caught on video

posted by Susan Johnson

If you want to get a look at the thief, here’s your chance:(via)

Iraqi Christians form militias to combat Islamists

posted by Susan Johnson

They are tired of being pushed around and are taking their security in their own hands: In the five years since the Anglo-American invasion of 2003, murders and abductions have driven about half of the 800,000 Christians who once lived […]

The Colbert Report takes on the Lambeth Conference

posted by Susan Johnson

Pretty funny take by Colbert on the Lambeth Conference: if they want authoritarian rule to keep their bishop’s in place, why not just return to the Catholic church?(via)BTW, if you don’t know what’s been going on with the Lambeth Conference, […]

Obama’s prayer note stolen from Wailing Wall

posted by Susan Johnson

A seminarian stole Obama’s note to God that he stuck in the Wailing Wall and then it was published. Don’t you think that such a total lack of respect and an understanding of the sacredness of the Wall would cause […]

Pray for the persecuted church in China during the Olympics

posted by Susan Johnson

There has been an increase in the harassment and persecution of known Christian leaders leading up to the Olympic games in Beijing. Christians are urged to pray for the persecuted church in China during the Olympic games and wear an […]

McCain and Obama to attend forum at Rick Warren’s church in August

posted by Susan Johnson

Warren is becoming pretty influential in presidential politics: The Rev. Rick Warren has persuaded the candidates to attend a forum at his Saddleback Church, in Lake Forest, Calif., on Aug. 16. In an interview, Mr. Warren said over the weekend […]

Dobson: “While I am not endorsing Senator John McCain, the possibility is there that I might”

posted by Susan Johnson

Well, look what the fear of an Obama presidency has done! It has pushed Dobson from a third party candidate to McCain! “I never thought I would hear myself saying this,” Dobson said in a radio broadcast to air Monday. […]

Our tax dollars at work…

posted by Susan Johnson

A “Mosques in America” calendar published by the State Department, which they are trying to hide now that bloggers have been noticed. So, I guess separation of church and state only applies to churches? We are now promoting Islam?

Fiddler on the Roof

posted by Susan Johnson

For your viewing pleasure:“Sunrise, Sunset” gets to me every time, I sing it when I think about my daughters growing up and leaving home. *sniff* *sniff*

OK, so what about incest?

posted by Susan Johnson

When I post anything related to homosexuality on this blog, commenters are quick to note that not all Christians see it as deviant or a sin. They brush aside the references in the Bible to homosexuality. Those passages aren’t relevant […]

Buddhism is dying in Japan?

posted by Susan Johnson

Here’s an interesting article on the death of Buddhism in Japan. Until recently the Japanese have been connected to Buddhism mainly through funerals but even that tie is breaking: But the move to funeral homes has sharply accelerated in the […]

Pastor busted in snake trafficking sting

posted by Susan Johnson

The price you pay for wooden literalism: Gregory James Coots, 36, of Middlesboro, faces more than 150 charges. The Associated Press reported that Coots is pastor of the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name in Middlesboro, where a Tennessee woman […]

Gay man files suit against Bible publishers

posted by Susan Johnson

He’s suing Zondervan for $60 million and Thomas Nelson for $10 million. I’m not sure why he picked those publishers, maybe because those are the ones his family uses or they are the biggest publishers. He’s suing because the references […]

Will “Gabriel’s Revelation” shake our view of Christianity?

posted by Susan Johnson

So, this is supposed to “challenge the uniqueness of my theology?” A broken tablet with faded Hebrew writing on it which is purported to speak of a messiah who was to be raised after three days: The slaying of Simon, […]

Bomb sniffing dogs to wear booties in Muslim homes

posted by Susan Johnson

In the UK of course. Muslims consider dogs unclean: Where Muslims object, officers will be obliged to use sniffer dogs only in exceptional cases. Where dogs are used, they will have to wear bootees with rubber soles. “We are trying […]

Two boys were disciplined for not praying to Allah

posted by Susan Johnson

No, not in an Islamic nation but in the UK, of course. So, they don’t have freedom of speech, they don’t have the right to bear arms and now they appear to be sadly lacking freedom of religion: “Making them […]

Is the Christian right ready to unite behind McCain?

posted by Susan Johnson

Looks like Obama has scared the Christian right into uniting behind McCain: At a meeting Tuesday in Denver, about 100 conservative Christian leaders from around the country agreed to unite behind the candidacy of John McCain, a politician they have […]

Texas polygamous launch clothing line

posted by Susan Johnson

You know, the ones who dressed like they were living in the 19th century. And they are getting quite a bit of interest. I can’t even access their website. “We don’t know what to expect on demand but we have […]

Another I told you so post

posted by Susan Johnson

See? Yet more silly attacks on my view of Christianity just because the commenter doesn’t agree with me on the subject I posted. I guess if you can’t argue the issue, attack the deeply held conviction of the one who […]

So, my grades came in the mail yesterday…

posted by Susan Johnson

And I was shocked to learn that I had received an A- in both classes! Though, I’m not surprised that I received the A- in Doctrine of God since I got an A- on each of the digests and they […]

Obama to continue and expand Bush’s faith-based programs

posted by Susan Johnson

You’d think that I’d be more than happy that Obama and Bush understood that the government can’t solve the problems of our society alone and need the help of faith-based groups (and I am) and when Bush first purposed this […]

“Jesus for President”

posted by Susan Johnson

So, what part of “my kingdom is not of this world” don’t you get? “They’re spiritual misfits. Rabble-rousers. They packed the shell of the old Baptist church on Negley Avenue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to hear author, Christian activist and fellow […]

A response to my Reformed theology post

posted by Susan Johnson

When I was harassed into proving that my Reformed theology is the source for my worldview and not the Republican party, I provided you guys with a nice little primer that explains Reformed theology so that I can then provide […]

Good news for the Episcopalians!

posted by Susan Johnson

They get to keep their churches! Eleven conservative congregations that broke with the U.S. Episcopal Church and want to keep property worth millions of dollars have won a second court decision, the dissident churches said on Friday. The decision was […]

What is Reformed Theology?

posted by Susan Johnson

OK, so you guys want to know why I believe what I post is consistent with Reformed theology. Why do I say that I’m blogging from a Reformed perspective and yet I usually only blog about politics? What does the […]

Christianity and Guns

posted by Susan Johnson

I know that it may seem weird that a Christian would be so supportive of gun rights. You would think that we would be for gun control because we would want to end the gun violence plaguing our nation. We […]

Obama, Dobson and the public square

posted by Susan Johnson

So, I finally listened to the whole broadcast today (life interrupted blogging — I had to have surgery yesterday) and can finally respond more fully. I also got a chance to read the comments and noticed that we were pretty […]

Dobson attacks Obama on his radio show today

posted by Susan Johnson

You can read the details here. Here’s a link to the show so you can listen to it yourself. He talks about Tim Russert first (the Obama discussion begins at 10:56). I wanted to blog on this issue but I […]

The Intermediate State

posted by Susan Johnson

There was some confusion yesterday over the comment I made on the intermediate state in the NT Wright post and whether it is Reformed. Let me assure you that it is. Not only is it Reformed but it’s biblical (of […]

Wright on Colbert Report

posted by Susan Johnson

N.T. Wright talking about Surprised by Hope Not the best environment to explain a complicated subject like the new creation and the already/not yet aspect of salvation:(via)Most people think that heaven is our final destination, that’s not true. Heaven is […]

Obama’s Muslim background?

posted by Susan Johnson

Somebody might want to tell him this is considered a smear: Barack Obama’s half brother Malik said Thursday that if elected his brother will be a good president for the Jewish people, despite his Muslim background. BTW, I was reading […]

“The Matthew 25 Network”

posted by Susan Johnson

A new PAC that is trying to generate support for Obama in the Christian community: A fund-raiser is being held tonight in Washington for a nascent political action committee that is hoping to reach out to Christian communities on behalf […]

“The event itself is so extraordinary that another chapter could be added to the Bible to chronicle its significance”

posted by Susan Johnson

Wonder what event could be so significant that it should be added to the Bible, which is the very revelation of God himself? How about the ascension of the new messiah? Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.), son of the one-time […]

Pastor ordered not to say anything “disparaging” about gays

posted by Susan Johnson

By a Canadian human rights commission: Mr. Boissoin and [his organization] The Concerned Christian Coalition Inc. shall cease publishing in newspapers, by email, on the radio, in public speeches, or on the Internet, in future, disparaging remarks about gays and […]

SC to offer Christian license plates

posted by Susan Johnson

If they are going to offer license plates for one religion, they should offer them for all religions, that way they can’t be sued.I agree with Mark Standford that our lives should be the advertisement of our faith.(via)

It looks like Wright isn’t retiring after all

posted by Susan Johnson

I feel sorry for Moss, it looks like he lost out on this deal: Wright was officially to have stepped down last Sunday, June 1. And from the pulpit at 7:30 a.m. that day, Wright’s hand-picked successor, the Rev. Otis […]

Hillary to concede on Friday

posted by Susan Johnson

Well, there it is. And now maybe with her out of the race the party can heal itself in the next five months because Clinton supporters aren’t too happy: Party unity may have been the theme of the day for […]

OK, you’ve worn me down….

posted by Susan Johnson

I fear that the commenters are confused and need a little help with how Reformed theology is reflected in my posts. Or more specifically how I view the particular news item from a Reformed perspective. So, here’s what I’ll do. […]

Father Pfleger put on leave

posted by Susan Johnson

By the Archbishop of Chicago: To put recent events in some perspective, I have asked Father Michael Pfleger, Pastor of St. Sabina’s Parish, to step back from his obligations there and take leave for a couple of weeks from his […]

Obama’s faith

posted by Susan Johnson

Interesting interview with Obama about his Christianity including this little tidbit: GG: Do you still attend Trinity? OBAMA: Yep. Every week. 11 oclock service. Ever been there? Good service. I actually wrote a book called Dreams from My Father, it’s […]

Pfleger: “I also believe that America is the greatest sin against God”

posted by Susan Johnson

The reaction of the congregation to that one was not as enthusiastic as his Clinton comments.Obama’s reaction? A repetition of his statement from the last Pleger comment: Asked for a response to this newly-posted excerpt from the sermon, the Obama […]

Church bars autistic teenager from Mass

posted by Susan Johnson

We were just talking about this when I posted the story about the kid with autism getting voted out of kindergarten. This is a hard call because the environment during a service/Mass has to be free of disruptions. It’s very […]

The Lakeland Revival

posted by Susan Johnson

OK, so I’m late to the story (as usual) but I’m not buying that there have been resurrections because of the Lakeland Revival: Hundreds are claiming healing from various ailments, including deafness, cancer, tumors and paralysis. There are also unconfirmed […]

Obama resigns from his church

posted by Susan Johnson

You know, Obama and his campaign manager strikes me as pretty shrewd, they figure out a way to game the system so that they can beat the forerunner county by county but when it comes to Obama’s church, they seem […]

The PCA Book of Church Order

posted by Susan Johnson

Looney, here’s what you requested (I wanted to make sure you saw it For everyone else, this is the book that governs the churches in by my denom.

McCain and Obama should probably not accept any more endorsements from pastors

posted by Susan Johnson

They have to keep disavowing the comments that they make. Wright, Hagee, Parsley and now Pfleger’s attack of Clinton: Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama said Thursday that he was “deeply disappointed” by a supporter’s sermon at his church that mocked […]

“Blasphemy”

posted by Susan Johnson

So, I just finished reading Douglas Preston’s “Blasphemy” and I have to say that it was pretty pitiful. The story was interesting enough, a supercollider is built in a mountain in Arizona on an Indian reservation to recreate the conditions […]

Professor Gaffin’s new website

posted by Susan Johnson

OMH! I never thought he would be on the Internet! He has posted a number of his articles on his website. It’s a very valuable resource, go check it out. Also, a festschrift has been published in honor of his […]

Pilots run out of fuel, pray, land near Jesus sign

posted by Susan Johnson

Here’s an immediate answer to prayer: It seemed like an almost literal answer to their prayers. When two New Zealand pilots ran out of fuel in a microlight airplane they offered prayers and were able to make an emergency landing […]

Steven Curtis Chapman’s daughter was hit and killed

posted by Susan Johnson

By a Land Cruiser driven by her brother: THE five-year-old daughter of Christian music star Steven Curtis Chapman has been killed by a four-wheel drive driven by her brother. Authorities in Tennessee say the girl, Maria, was hit in a […]

“Prove you are the one by solving my problem”

posted by Susan Johnson

Here’s an interesting sermon excerpt from Dr. Tim Keller: The one thief looked at Jesus Christ and said, “If you are the One, get us out of here, then we will know.” See it’s very simple. In other words, “prove […]

Pastor threatened for removing American and Christian flags from church

posted by Susan Johnson

I was once at a church where the pastor disciplined a church member and received anonymous hate mail. I was in shock that Christians would not come to the pastor as it says to do in Scripture (I was pretty […]

Know your God

posted by Susan Johnson

One of the things I appreciated the most in my doctrine of God class was focusing on the attributes of God and learning about doctrines like his simplicity. I really never thought about the fact that God is not complex […]

Willow Creek flipflops on the whole seeker sensitive thing

posted by Susan Johnson

This will be quite a shift for the members of the church — going from fluff to substance. After modeling a seeker-sensitive approach to church growth for three decades, Willow Creek Community Church now plans to gear its weekend services […]

Vatican astronomer: “The extraterrestrial is my brother”

posted by Susan Johnson

If there are extraterrestrials, how are they our brothers? Would he say that angels (another being created by God) are his brother? We are all brothers because of unity in Adam, a unity that would not exist, obviously, with an […]

Obama is the new Christian leader?

posted by Susan Johnson

Obama taking a page from the Huckabee playbook to win Kentucky? His new tag line: Faith.Hope.Change.

Some Evangelicals view Obama presidency as a plague on America

posted by Susan Johnson

According to Novak. Oh boy! Given the state of evangelicalism I’m not surprised. Embarrassed but not surprised: Nevertheless, reports out of the evangelical community dispute Huckabee’s support. One experienced, credible activist in Christian politics who would not let his name […]

A critic of the Evangelical Manifesto

posted by Susan Johnson

Not mine since I’m still preparing for my doctrine of God final: In the end, the document seems to be saying something like this: “We’re tired of being lumped in with the fundamentalists, who are always angry and rattling on […]

An Evangelical Manifesto:A Declaration of Evangelical Identity and Public Commitment

posted by Susan Johnson

Justin Taylor summarizes the manifesto on his blog and links to it. It sound like it will be an interesting document to read and one that I might even agree with (for the most part) if Taylor’s summary is accurate. […]

Why Oprah Winfrey left Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s church.

posted by Susan Johnson

She knew his sermons would be too much for most Americans to accept (she was proved right on that one) and she founded her own religion According to two sources, Winfrey was never comfortable with the tone of Wright’s more […]

Tim Keller at Westminster

posted by Susan Johnson

You can see the video of Tim Keller at Westminster here.

‘An Evangelical Manifesto’ criticizes politics of faith

posted by Susan Johnson

Amen, bro: They Conservative Christian leaders who believe the word “evangelical” has lost its religious meaning plan to release a starkly self-critical document saying the movement has become too political and has diminished the Gospel through its approach to the […]

“Out of tears, thoughts”

posted by Susan Johnson

I was just going through my moleskin looking for a quote I wrote down from the Westminster Confession the last time I took a class with my doctrine of God professor (he always puts the same section on the test) […]

Atheist Holidays

posted by Susan Johnson

So, how would you celebrate World Humanist Day, atheists? Dress up like your favorite human? Haven’t we secularized the Christian holidays enough that you can just celebrate humanism then? You could do what the Christian church did and take over […]

Paul Verhoeven: Jesus Was Son of Mary and Roman Soldier

posted by Susan Johnson

Nothing new here this story goes all the way back to the beginning of the church: In his upcoming biography of Jesus, “Basic Instinct” director Paul Verhoeven will make the shocking claim that Christ probably was the son of Mary […]

Ex-jihadists launch group to fight radicalism

posted by Susan Johnson

Well, here’s some good news for a change: They once plotted insurrection in Britain. Young, middle-class, and angry, they were the vanguard of a generation of disaffected Muslims that, at its most extreme, gave rise to the July 7, 2005, […]

A Bart Ehrman and N.T. Wright Debate

posted by Susan Johnson

They’ll be blogging it out over the problem of suffering. If you struggle with this issue, you might want to check it out. Is our pain God’s problem? If God is good and all-powerful, why does he allow so much […]

Hey, the Reformed didn’t even make the list!

posted by Susan Johnson

The atheists are all excited that Scientology beat them for the most negatively viewed “religious and spiritual group.” I find it shocking the Methodists are number one. What the heck is that about? Well, at least the atheists made the […]

Clinton and Obama at the Messiah College Compassion Forum

posted by Susan Johnson

Yesterday the Democrat candidates took to the stage separately at Messiah College to talk about their faith. I think they are handling this issue brilliantly and McCain is dropping the ball. He should have showed up and demonstrated that he […]

“Shout to the Lord” on American Idol

posted by Susan Johnson

So, I just found out that they did “Shout to the Lord” on American Idol and it sounded pretty good. If you haven’t heard, take a listen.Evidently it’s caused a little controversy. (via)

“It’s dangerous for our children to even know that your philosophy exists”

posted by Susan Johnson

The atheist blogs are upset over the remarks that Rep. Monique Davis (D-Chicago) made at a recent Illinois General Assembly to atheist Rob Sherman and who can blame them: Davis: I don’t know what you have against God, but some […]

School children get a lesson in religious tolerance

posted by Susan Johnson

A school in Amsterdam sent their 10 year old students to a mosque to learn about other cultures and were told that all unbelievers are “dogs.” The school district is upset but I don’t see why. They got what they […]

State funding of religious education

posted by Susan Johnson

No, not Christianity. A Muslim charter school is under investigation to determine if their religious instruction is voluntary. It looks like it’s not. If they want a Muslim school, they should just have one and not have to hide who […]

Kline lectures online

posted by Susan Johnson

One can only hope that he’s clearer in a lecture format than he is in book form. I felt like an idiot when I read Images of the Spirit and couldn’t understand it. I was blessed to have a Klinean […]

The International Church of Oprah

posted by admin

It seems that Oprah Winfrey has started her own seminary. Well, no, that’s not exactly true. But she is offering a 10 week seminar on her spirituality of choice. According to this brand of spirituality there is no need for […]

Hebrew Quiz Update

posted by Susan Johnson

It wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be but I couldn’t translate the first verse. When I turned my test in I noticed that others had the same problem. It was a short verse and if you didn’t […]

CT on the Enns Controversy

posted by Susan Johnson

CT reports on the meeting yesterday and looks at the incarnational analogy controversy.

The Peter Enns controversy

posted by Susan Johnson

OK, so I’m pretty much as confused about this whole issue as I was before the meeting. Two members of the board, Dr. Jack White and the board’s secretary sat on stage with Dr. Lillback and answered the questions of […]

“Fitna” is back up on LiveLeak

posted by Susan Johnson

Kudos to LiveLeak for boasting their security and not bowing to pressure: On the 28th of March LiveLeak.com was left with no other choice but to remove the film “fitna” from our servers following serious threats to our staff and […]

Project Trinity

posted by Susan Johnson

Here’s an article that attempts to shed some light onto what Wright was doing at Trinity. I only skimmed it, so I can’t say if he was successful (via)

The blogosphere’s reaction to Enns

posted by Susan Johnson

Since the suspension of Peter Enns from Westminster I’ve been checking out what other bloggers have been saying about it and noticed this quote from Dr. Jim West on Justin Taylor’s blog: Enns knew what it stood for before he […]

Muslim countries warned Friday of strong reactions to “Fitna”

posted by Susan Johnson

If there are riots and killings as a result of this movie, it will only reinforce the movies message: Muslim countries warned Friday of strong reactions to an anti-Islam film posted on the Internet by far-right Dutch deputy Geert Wilders, […]

LiveLeak forced to remove ‘Fitna’ following death threats

posted by Susan Johnson

It’s a sad day when speech is silenced because of fear. Obviously, you can’t blame LiveLeak for thinking of the safety of their employees, I would probably do the same. But in an honor based society, every time we submit, […]

Christianity Today comments on Enns’ suspension

posted by Susan Johnson

They have a little more detail on what’s gone on because I didn’t realize that the faculty had voted to support Enns: The campus politics are particularly sensitive, since the seminary faculty had voted 12-8 to support Enns. In the […]

Rev. Wright’s retirement home…

posted by Susan Johnson

Is pretty much a mansion. The church secured a $1.6 million mortgage on the house and took out a loan for $10 million dollars to give him a line of credit: A two-week FOX News investigation, however, has uncovered where […]

McCain’s Christian Problem

posted by Susan Johnson

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that McCain isn’t popular among Christians. If it’s important that your candidate shares your faith, then McCain would be the least choice since he seems so uncomfortable discussing social and faith issues: […]

The WTS board has suspended Prof. Peter Enns

posted by Susan Johnson

Over his book, Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament. Crap! I was hoping they wouldn’t do this! He is such a wonderful professor, I can’t believe they did it. The seminary has lost someone who […]

“Fitna” is now online

posted by Susan Johnson

Allahpundit has the videos and info for downloading it using torrent. I was able to view the English version and I’m using Real Audio to download it (I only found out recently that you can download certain videos with Real […]

The Reason for God

posted by Susan Johnson

I just noticed that The Reason for God by Tim Keller is number 34 on Amazon. That’s pretty good! It’s an excellent book and I think he gives reasoned answers to the questions that today’s unbelievers ask (as I mentioned […]

Mikhail Gorbachev is still an atheist

posted by Susan Johnson

I had heard reports that Mikhail Gorbachev had become a Christian and I was thinking about blogging about it but held back after hearing Hitchens on Hewitt’s show: Christopher Hitchens, our mutual friend, Peter Robinson, has asked me to say […]

Anti-war protesters disrupt Easter Mass

posted by Susan Johnson

The Pope hasn’t supported the Iraq war so why pick on a Catholic church? They say for publicity: Six Iraq war protesters disrupted an Easter Mass on Sunday, shouting and squirting fake blood on themselves and parishioners in a packed […]

He has risen…

posted by Susan Johnson

He has risen indeed! To all my brothers and sisters in Christ I pray that you have a wonderful day of celebrating the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. May you be filled with the hope, joy and […]

Goldsworthy lectures on Biblical Theology

posted by Susan Johnson

At Southern Seminary. Justin Taylor has the MP3 files.

Pope baptizes Muslim convert

posted by Susan Johnson

This seems rather bold given the fact that bin Laden spoke of the Pope’s crusade: Italy’s most prominent Muslim, an iconoclastic writer who condemned Islamic extremism and defended Israel, converted to Catholicism Saturday in a baptism by the pope at […]

“Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?”

posted by Susan Johnson

Today we observe the day that Christ was crucified for our transgressions: Matthew 27:45 Now from the sixth hour there was darkness over all the land until the ninth hour. 46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with […]

Gadaffi: Bible is a forgery because Muhammad is not mentioned

posted by Susan Johnson

Sorry but the fact that there is no mention of Muhammad wouldn’t disprove the Bible since he was born over half a century later. Speaking to the mammoth crowd that braved the afternoon heat in Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium after […]

Research has found that Christians have “higher levels of life satisfaction”

posted by Susan Johnson

I’m not surprised by this study since religion gives you a way to cope with the anxities of life and in some cases a reason for them. Religious people are better able to cope with shocks such as losing a […]

Obama distancing himself from pastor’s remarks on the campaign trail

posted by Susan Johnson

Making sure everyone knows that he has nothing do with his pastor’s rhetoric: Sen. Barack Obama on Saturday decried “the forces of division” over race that he said are intruding into the Democratic presidential nomination contest. “We have to come […]

Tim Keller and The Reason for God

posted by Susan Johnson

Recently Tim Keller (pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian church in NYC) was at Westminster promoting his new book, The Reason for God. He was interviewed during chapel by three of our professors, two from the Apologetics department Scott Oliphint and William […]

Obama’s Pastor Teams with Veggie Tales

posted by Susan Johnson

According to Scott Ott, he’ll play a “bitter brussels sprout” who’s upset “because Sen. Hillary Clinton has never been disparaged as a black man.”

Seminarians use bunny Peeps to depict Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem.

posted by Susan Johnson

Evidently, some seminarians have a lot of free time. I guess they don’t have to study for a Hebrew test, or write digests on Bavinck, Calvin and Turrentin, or write an exegesis paper on a passage in Deuteronomy or write […]

Obama on Wright: “He has never been my political advisor; he’s been my pastor”

posted by Susan Johnson

It seems obvious that in Wright’s church the political and the religious were mixed together. Obama can try to distance himself from it but his pastor clearly had a political agenda. And if Wright wasn’t a political adviser why did […]

“Faith hate” assault in the UK

posted by Susan Johnson

You don’t expect to be attack for your faith in Christianized societies especially some place like England that is a “Christian nation:” AN Anglican priest has been beaten up and insulted in what appears to be a “faith hate” assault […]

Bruce Waltke on Righteousness in Proverbs

posted by Susan Johnson

Bruce Waltke was recently at Westminster and he gave the chapel message. Here’s the link to the audio. Also they recently had a forum on social justice. Here’s a link to the archive where you’ll find the MP3s from the […]

Is Pollution a Sin?

posted by Susan Johnson

And if so, who is to blame? Everyone one who works for the company that pollutes? All of us driving around in our cars? How do we drive to seminary and take our kids to school without sinning? Do I […]

The 12 Most Powerful Christians in Hollywood

posted by Susan Johnson

Beliefnet has a list of the 12 most powerful Hollywood Christians. It seems a little odd to be calling a fellow Christian powerful (2 Corinthians 12:9) but I guess some of them are pretty powerful, others are not as well […]

Mark Driscoll: “If you don’t get the young men, you get nothing”

posted by Susan Johnson

*Sigh* I’m so happy this guy isn’t my pastor because I really wouldn’t feel wanted in his church and I wouldn’t want my girls to think that the church didn’t appreciate them being part of it. Putting an emphasis on […]

The House of Lords voted House of Lords to abolish the laws on blasphemy

posted by Susan Johnson

Fearing that they did not have a moral leg to stand on when they admonished Muslim countries that harshly punish for blasphemy, the House of Lords voted to abolish their own blasphemy laws. I wouldn’t be surprised if England eventually […]

Train up a child in the way he should go

posted by Susan Johnson

Teaching your children to hate and blaspheme God is all kinds of evil. It makes me sick! (via)

Obama’s Catholic Problem?

posted by Susan Johnson

You better believe he has one. His people may argue about it with Politico but the numbers don’t lie. Clinton had over 60% of the Catholic vote in every state but Vermont. This shouldn’t be surprising given his extreme pro-abortion […]

Obama and the Sermon on the Mount

posted by Susan Johnson

Obama was asked by a pastor how he thought he would be able to attract evangelicals when they disagree with him on a number of issues. “I believe in civil unions that allow a same-sex couple to visit each other […]

Mike Huckabee Christian Spokesman?

posted by Susan Johnson

Just what conservative Christians need yet another spokesman who doesn’t speak for us. I started this blog because I was tired of Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell and James Dobson being the voice of Christianity. Here we have yet another Christian […]

Religion in the USA is fluid and diverse

posted by Susan Johnson

The big news in the new Pew study? That religion is fluid in the USA — 44% have changed denominations or faith: More than one-quarter of American adults (28%) have left the faith in which they were raised in favor […]

Obama descending to earth from heaven?

posted by Susan Johnson

When I say this, I immediately thought of this: Genesis 28:12 And he dreamed, and behold, there was a ladder set up on the earth, and the top of it reached to heaven. And behold, the angels of God were […]

International Hug a Calvinist Day

posted by Susan Johnson

July 10, 2008 is hug a Calvinist Day. Um…not to knock Ken Shepherd’s holiday but we didn’t get the knick name, “the frozen chosen” for nothing. I’m certainly not the huggy kind of Christian. In fact the huggy Christians freak […]

The cult of Barack Obama

posted by Susan Johnson

You know, for the rest of us who aren’t under Obama’s spell, this is pretty darn freaky, you realize that don’t you? “This is not a campaign for president of the United States, this is a movement to change the […]

“How can I even hope for forgiveness?”

posted by Susan Johnson

“Is atonement even possible?” Man! What an amazing scene! I can’t believe this was on a TV show. It really demonstrates the emptiness of the rhetoric of liberal theology when you need to know if you can ever find forgiveness […]

Charles Barkley: Conservatives are “Fake Christians”

posted by Susan Johnson

He says he’s pro-choice and pro-gay marriage and he doesn’t like conservatives because we judge. He seems to know the first part of this passage: Matthew 7:1 “Judge not, that you be not judged. 2 For with the judgment you […]

What is up with this pastor?

posted by Susan Johnson

Why in the world would he think that he needed to focus on such an obscure text. And what do the women of his church get out of that sermon? And what does sitting down have to do with anything? […]

The Manga Bible

posted by Susan Johnson

Jesus as samurai stranger? I’ve seen worse. I think this might be helpful, it opens up the gospel to kids who may not be able to understand the Bible and its message. It shouldn’t replace the Bible (obviously) but I […]

Amazing Forgiveness

posted by Susan Johnson

Rodney Olsen interviews the wife of Graham Staines who was burned to death along with their young sons by Hindu extremists in Orissa, India where they had been working with the poor and lepers for many years. She and her […]

“I’m on an assignment from God in this position”

posted by Susan Johnson

Oh. My. Heck! These right-wing nut job theocrats who think they have a mandate from God to be in office are going to be the death of freedom in this country, right? Who do you think said it? George Bush? […]

“Looking Good for Jesus” cosmetics line pulled in Singapore

posted by Susan Johnson

After shoppers complained about the product line. This sounds like a spoof but it’s real: A cosmetics line that extolled the virtues of “Looking Good for Jesus” has been pulled from stores in Singapore after a number of complaints from […]

American Woman Boasted of Saudi Freedoms Before Arrest at Starbucks

posted by Susan Johnson

A woman is arrested, strip searched, condemned to hell by a judge and thrown in jail because she sat with a male colleague in a Starbucks when the power went out in her office. Two weeks before she was boasting […]

A look at the living conditions of the Coptic Christians in Egypt

posted by Susan Johnson

They live in slums and are afraid to talk to reporters. There are secret police everywhere and they live with piles of garbage and rats. Christians can’t get permits to build churches so they built the church underground (it’s actually […]

Michael Moore: “I’m morally prohibited from voting for Hillary in the primaries”

posted by Susan Johnson

I guess anything goes in the general? He can’t vote for her “in the primaries” because of his Catholic faith and her vote Iraq war vote. Who knew that he was Catholic and that it informs his vote? He goes […]

Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket the funerals of the Lane Bryant shoot victims

posted by Susan Johnson

What is going through their head? Don’t they have any sense of compassion for the family of the victims? What kind of vultures prey on these families just to score some publicity? These people didn’t do anything wrong, why protest […]

Archbishop of Canterbury: Sharia law in UK is ‘unavoidable’

posted by Susan Johnson

Does he even know what is in Sharia law? Has he studied it? Doesn’t he get that this is the camel’s nose in the tent? Dr Rowan Williams told Radio 4’s World at One that the UK has to “face […]

Haggard prematurely leaves rehab

posted by Susan Johnson

According to his former church. The team appointed to oversee Ted Haggard’s “spiritual restoration” after scandal forced him to end his ministry at New Life Church has agreed to his request to end their oversite of his recovery program. New […]

The Blue Like Jazz Movie

posted by Susan Johnson

Did you guys know there is going to be a movie of the book, Blue Like Jazz? You’ll find a link to an interview with the author here.

James White: the early years

posted by Susan Johnson

Man! Look at the size of those classes and that hair. All that’s missing is the pocket protector (hehe). This is a very unusual video because White doesn’t even speak until 5 minutes into the interview Click here to view […]

Evangelicals really don’t have a spokesman

posted by Susan Johnson

I noticed the following title on an article at Christianity Today: Super Tuesday Results Show Split Between Evangelicals and Their Spokesmen The thought that popped into my mind was: “They must not be speaking for the Evangelicals then.” A nationwide […]

No Madalyn Murray O’Hair Street in Omaha

posted by Susan Johnson

An atheist requested that a street be named in honor of Madalyn Murray O’Hair but the city council voted 6-0 against it. Atheist Raymond Zbylut had asked the council to put up the sign on the stretch of 108th Street […]

“If you vote for Mitt Romney, you are voting for Satan!”

posted by Susan Johnson

This is pretty sad. I guess he could say the same thing about Jefferson who cut out what he didn’t believe from the Bible.

Mitt Romney just wasted his money…

posted by Susan Johnson

Running an ad during the Rush Limbaugh ad. I’m sitting here listening to the ad after just hearing Rush rant about McCain for the last hour and thinking that Romney’s ad was like dumping a glass of water in the […]

“Religion should have no place in politics or government.”

posted by Susan Johnson

Those in the Virginia area might be interested in attending this debate, it sounds like it will be pretty interesting: On Thursday, March 6 at 7:00 PM, the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia will host […]

MySpace Atheist Group has been restored!

posted by Susan Johnson

Freedom religion has been restored on the Internet! I guess they didn’t like all the negativing press they were getting about it!

Obama’s for guns and Jesus

posted by Susan Johnson

Obama reaching out to Republicans? Actually he’s trying to overcome the urban legion legend about his faith: Democratic Sen. Barack Obama assured Western voters Saturday he believes in Jesus as well as the rights of gun owners. The presidential candidate […]

Killer confesses after reading Bible

posted by Susan Johnson

The power of the word of God. They should have mentioned what he was reading: A father of two confessed to killing his wife and showed police where he had buried her body after reading the Bible in prison, a […]

Interpreting the Psalms: An Exegetical Handbook

posted by Susan Johnson

I have trouble reading the Psalms, I don’t take the time necessary to really get them. So, I was thinking about getting this book. It’s pretty cheap only $14.06 at the Westminster Bookstore.

Professor Enns’ Tribute to Al Groves

posted by Susan Johnson

We are approaching the one-year anniversary of Professor Groves’ death. He is still greatly missed by many at Westminster. Professor Enns, his colleague in the Old Testament department has posted a tribute to him on his blog. I remember when […]

Pastor steals money from children’s food program

posted by Susan Johnson

Man! How far this guy has fallen: A former pastor already convicted of importing an African woman for sex now awaits sentencing for bilking the government out of nearly $600,000 intended to feed needy children. […] Clark, a former pastor […]

Anonymous: Feb. 10 is a day of action against Scientology

posted by Susan Johnson

Anonymous is scaring me (I think it’s the computer generated voice) and I suddenly feel like I’m in a William Gibson novel. They are planing a day of protest against Scientology:They posted a transcript of the video at YouTube.(via)They’ve also […]

YouVersion

posted by Susan Johnson

Want the opinion of complete strangers concerning the Bible? Then this is your site. (via)

MySpace refuses to reinstate Atheist group

posted by Susan Johnson

This is wrong! Atheists have as much right as anyone to use the Internet to set up networks. Why should MySpace be allowed to discriminate against them? And those Christians who worked to get this group deleted should remember that […]

Is the Romney camp triangulating the Christianity question?

posted by Susan Johnson

That seems to be the case from this report from God-o-Meter: Rather than exposing a rift between Romney and Focus, however, this line from the Romney camp allows both parties to stand their ground. Though Romney considers himself a Christian, […]

Focus on the Family Action: “Mitt Romney has acknowledged that Mormonism is not a Christian faith”

posted by Susan Johnson

But that’s news to the Romney camp, according to Michael Scherer: On Saturday, I read this quote to Eric Fehrnstrom, Romney’s traveling press secretary. He did not hesitate or mince his words. “The governor has not made that acknowledgment,” Fehrnstrom […]

Ignorance is bliss

posted by Susan Johnson

Oh the irony! Dude, it depends on your perspective. You too! Psalm 14:1 The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” They are corrupt, they do abominable deeds, there is none who does good. Romans 1:9 For what […]

Hackers aim at Scientologists, hit Dutch school kids

posted by Susan Johnson

OOPS! The Scientologists decided to make it hard for the hackers to bring them down, so the hired a firm to protect their site: But the Church of Scientology hired Prolexic, a company that specializes in protecting websites from DDOS […]

Hackers take on the Church of Scientology

posted by Susan Johnson

Hackers are targeting the Church of Scientology because they forced YouTube into taking down the video of Tom Cruise: A copyright violation claim by the Church of Scientology against the posting of one of its videos to YouTube has prompted […]

Beth and Traci go to church

posted by Susan Johnson

Beth, a Christian and Traci an atheist visit women’s ministries in order to write a book. It’s pretty funny, go check it out. Traci: The mingling with churchies while they’re all churched up intimidates me. Beth: Stay close to me […]

So, where’s the poll on the public’s view of atheists?

posted by Susan Johnson

Christians are annoying according this poll. Yeah, so what else is new?

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