Since it is now commonplace that evangelicals themselves can't tell us what they believe, why should we be surprised that Americans in general don't know what evangelicals believe. Why is there so much animosity toward them? Why do words like "idiot" and "nutcase" appear in the public's responses to questions about evangelicalism. Bill Hybels' and Rick Warren's theological chicks are now coming home to roost. Click here: Americans have difficulty defining 'evangelical' (OneNewsNow.com)
I'm a "two-kingdoms" guy. While I love the spirit of it, this is not what we are getting at when we insist that in addition to being Americans, we are also citizens of heaven. Click
here: TaxProf Blog: Heaven Can Wait ... But the IRS Won't
More sad proof that libertarian Joe Farah's Worldnet Daily is rapidly becoming the National Enquirer of conservative/evangelical news websites. Farah himself endorses this video which will tell the viewer the date when Jesus is coming back. The Old Testament feasts are the key. We've never heard this before . . . Christian eschatology apart from Christ . . . I'll save you the effort--don't make any big plans in the Fall for the next couple of years. Click here: Want to know day of Jesus' return?
Here's yet another reason to be very excited about the release of the ESV Study Bible in October. Click here: Between Two Worlds: ESV Study Bible: The Bible and World Religions, and An Interview with Harold Netland