- Advertisment -

Follow Us:

AUTHOR NAME

D.L. Parker

11 POSTS
0 Comments

Decolonization & NPR: An Attempt to Dismiss Orthodoxy

Recall back in the month of June, NPR Journalist Juan Vidal has touted in his article Your Bookshelf May Be the Problem that white...

Surprise, Surprise, Accreditation Isn’t the Test of Academic Quality After All

Prior to my arrival to Bob Jones University, I made sure I knew—to the best of my knowledge—what exactly I was getting into with...

The Moment a Christian Obsesses With Race, the Instant the Gospel Gets Censored

In response to the latest adaptive stances of the Southern Baptist Convention, let it be known that this whole article is not about demonization—to...

Finger Lickin’ Left Leaning Chik-Fil-A

Up to the point where I began college days at Bob Jones University, Chik-fil-a was a name scarcely anyone has even ever even heard...

What’s the Point to Abortion Opposition If Finicking Over Leadership Matters More?

If anyone would ask me how would I feel about President Trump’s pro-life stances from a potential voter in the 2016 election, one could...

Actually, Pete Evangelicals Do Get Progressive Christianity (Part IV & Final)

If we do not study our history and its current events, we are doomed to repeat the same problems. Since the Unitarians have championed religious...

Actually Pete, Evangelicals Do Get Progressive Christianity (Part Three)

Heresy is best understood in its History. The beginning premises of the story, The Celestial Railroad, invites the reader to go with the narrator to...

Actually Pete, Evangelicals Do Get Progressive Christianity (Part Two)

History is not on your side, Pete. In response to ongoing discussion from Mr. Enns podcast, The Gospel Coalition Doesn’t Get Progressive Christianity, much concession...

Actually Pete, Evangelicals Do Get Progressive Christianity (Part One)

This blog post unlike the ones published before, is theological and apologetic in nature. Although this post is not written from an authoritative source (viz.,...

Can Your Hymn Do That? Three Things Psalters Can Do, But Hymnals Can’t

Unbeknownst to the general Christian public, the American Revolutionaries were not the most unique among individuals in history without considering the religious nature of...

Latest news