Sometimes our wrong attitude is more dangerous than the wrong doctrine we oppose. Dr. Michael Brown zeroes in on the harmful fallout from John MacArthur's Strange Fire book and conference.
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Does how youre sharing the gospel resemble a business transaction? Plenty of ministries use outreach as a way to entice potential members. Is it wrong?
Pastor R.T. Kendall is the latest to ask Dr. John MacArthur for a civil debate on the issue of cessationism. Will the Strange Fire author speak to a fellow Reformed thinker?
As a woman in ministry, Charlotte Gambill has often felt the role of women can present certain dilemmas in churchbut should it?
At a recent Empowered21 summit, youth leaders discussed topics such as Spirit-empowered living in the 21st century, the impact of the Holy Spirit on discipleship and developing young Spirit-empowered disciples.
Eddie Hyatt explains why John MacArthur's comparison of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement to a cult is a false doctrine that cannot be substantiated by either Scripture or church history.
Last week, Jennifer LeClaire exposed the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing project. "Wolf" responded with a howl and a bite, showing signs that this lost soul suffered spiritual abuse at the hands of controlling shepherds.
Every time we mix grace with rules and regulations, we enter dangerous territory. In doing so, we're forgetting a central issue.
It's not the culture's fault that it's gone astray. Find out why we need to accept more responsibility for what's happened.
On day 100 after his late wife Carols passing, Jim Garlow sat down and wrote the words, She is not coming back. Now he's moving on in God's grace after meeting Oskar Schindler's grand-niece.
Even Christians who arent teetotalers may have a problem with washing down their Holy Communion with beer their pastor brewed in his backyard. Nevertheless, using beer as a church-growth strategy is gaining momentum.
Jesus has not called us into a relationship with a book, even one as essential and glorious as the Bible. He has called us to know Him and His Spirit. Why should we put out the fire?
Unbelievers pretending to be Christians are integrating themselves into Pentecostal churches only to feign falling away from the faithjust to see your reaction. Would you discern a pretender Christian in your church?
Charisma magazine's 2005 cover story featured Billy Graham as he was about to make his last stadium appearance. On his 95th birthday, Charisma looks back and we honor America's favorite evangelist.
To Will Graham, his grandfathers urgency to preach the gospel one more time to a lost and dying world is the definition of finishing well, and its such a blessing and lesson.
Billy Graham's voice is softer and his body weaker, but the man who helped transform Christianity in America is hoping to ignite a spiritual awakening on his 95th birthday.
How can we possibly move forward in the midst of division and name-calling within the church? Michael Brown urges Christians to tone down the rhetoric so we can focus on the real issues involved.
James Robison doesn't believe pastor John MacArthur means to hurt the body of Christ with his "strange fire" accusations, but instead seeks to address what he sees as legitimate concerns. Do you agree?
After reading both Charismatic Chaos and Strange Fire, Frank Viola tells us where he thinks MacArthur is dead-on and where he sees outrageous conclusions.
The problem with John MacArthur's belief that the miraculous gifts ceased in the day of the early church is simple: it has no biblical support or historical validation. So says Ron Phillips.