They Ought to Call It "Deathfest"
. . . But what is Lifest? Briefly
summed up, it is five days of comedians, rock and roll, blasphemy, and
ungodly teachings. It is a demonic, spiritual freak show featuring the
false teacher evangelist Luis Palau and socialist, emergent
"evangelical" Jim Wallis as keynote speakers. . . .
May 3, 2010
April 30, 2010
A May Day Covenant with Death and Hell
April 28, 2010
A Wonderful and Horrible Thing:
May Day 2010
A horrible thing
is taking place in Washington, D.C. this Saturday, May 1 which, upon
hearing of it, will leave every faithful Christian filled with wonder,
that is astonishment, not to mention grief.
August 14, 2009
Franklin Graham: Minister of Christ or Priest of Baal?
they cried aloud, and cut themselves after their manner with knives and
lancets, till the blood gushed out upon them." 1 Kings 18:28
Evangelicals and the Papal Fable
July 8, 2009. The mainstream
secular media (see below) openly document what the new evangelicals
refuse to admit. The pope is a socialist and "to the left of almost
every politician in America." . . .
their rock is not as our Rock . . ." Deuteronomy 32:31
May 22, 2009.
As the old saying goes, some things never
change. Included in that category would have to be the Billy
Graham Evangelistic Association. Billy may no longer hold the reins
of that ministry, but they are still firmly in the hands of a consummate
neo-evangelical, his son Franklin. I assume most who read this article are
familiar with Billy Graham's corrupted gospel and his spiritual
fornication with Rome. To say the least, son Franklin is no improvement in
that regard. Take, for instance, the upcoming "Rock the River"
campaign Graham and his organization have planned for this July-August. .
Consistent Application of a Consistent Error
January 19, 2009. There will be
many conservative evangelicals, including pro-family leaders, who will
rightly condemn Rick Warren for his wicked remarks concerning sodomite
Bishop Gene Robinson (see below). But brethren, the ungodly errors of
Rick Warren are rooted in, and nourished by, the refusal of
conservative evangelicals to stand by the Word of God themselves. . .
Letter to Gov. Sarah Palin
written and sent on our PCC church letterhead the following letter to
Governor Sarah Palin. It is my hope that many other pastors and
Christians, including Christian women, will share similar sentiments with
her. Neo-evangelical pro-family leaders have heaped praise upon Palin
and encouraged her to run for president in 2012. Now would be a good
time for her to hear from thousands of Christians who hold to the Word of
God in such matters.
PCC flyer handed out at the Cornerstone
festival on July 1, 2008
Beware of Mike Huckabee
A Deadly Confluence of Errors
Mr. Huckabee is a product of a neo-evangelical church and
pro-family movement which is increasingly manifesting the ill effects of
neo-evangelical doctrinal error and spiritual fornication with that woman
who rides the beast, the Roman Catholic Church.
When Do We Call Them Wolves?
". . .
they ceased not from their own doings, nor from their stubborn way."
UK paper the Observer about Cornerstone Festival
A Letter to
Distributed at the 2007 Cornerstone festival in Bushnell,
America for Whom?
An article by Pastor Ralph Ovadal and letter
to Dr. D. James Kennedy
Dr. Kennedy's conference . . . is nothing less than a
bold assault upon the gospel and the purity of Christ's bride, the church.
Moreover, when just the bare facts about the RAC conference are
considered, one could almost be led to wonder if Kennedy is purposely
"pushing the envelope" to see how open and blatant he can be in
his ecumenical sin! Sadly, he is no doubt safe enough in this era of the
teflon-coated evangelical celebrities. . . .
the Cornerstone Festival
A number of us from PCC staged a witness in front of the Cornerstone
gates this past Tuesday, which was the opening day of this year's
festival. We spent six hours holding signs, giving out a special flyer,
interacting one-on-one with hundreds of Cornerstone-goers, and also, in my
case, preaching quite a bit.
Dishonors the "Head of the Corner"
Cornerstone Festival is represented as
a Christian event, but in reality, it is a profane, worldly carnival which
promotes false doctrines and dishonors God. Those who truly are Christ's
are to bring glory to Him, not take part in activity which dishonors Him
and violates His Word.
Now Mr. Haley has a new
book titled 101 Frequently Asked
Questions about Homosexuality. And of course, there are some good
things in this book, but it is also a very good example of what I have
been talking about with regard to the ex-gay ministry world. I am going to
read you some excerpts from Mike Haley's book which I found by skimming
Where Are the Bereans Today?
Dr. Kennedy is no
doubt a very influential, powerful person, but he is not using his
position and stature to "earnestly contend for the faith which was
once delivered unto the saints"—quite the opposite.
A Response to Elder Steve
Here you will find a
letter sent to me from a church elder in Lake Mills, Wisconsin. The man
and his message are representative of a perversion of the Christian faith
which is perhaps even more dangerous than the apostate Protestants' open
rejection of the sovereign authority of God's Word. Following Elder
Steve's comments, you will find my response.
The Bride Betrayed
Nationally known, conservative Christian leaders and preachers
are the celebrities of the hour here in America. In the last several
decades, the Lord's people have finally awakened to the danger posed to
life and Christian liberty by the forces of perversion and death. But by
and large, Christians have not turned wholly to the Lord—in repentance
where needed—for direction and strength to fight the battle which must
be fought. Instead, after gazing deeply into the cruel eyes of our
God-hating enemies, they have swooned into the arms of a bevy of
high-profile, conservative Christian leaders who have promised to protect
Word in Public Debate
Considering God has made Himself obvious to men, then is it not
wrong when Christians make Him less obvious to men and even avoid
referencing Holy Scripture when addressing the issues of our day? Well,
that's exactly what is becoming all the rage in neo-evangelical circles
today. There is a philosophy being peddled which goes like this,
"Pagans--excuse me--non-Christians, don't understand the Bible; they
don't accept the Bible; so we should not use the Bible in public
dialogue." Chuck Colson, ecumenicist supreme, preaches this message.