"Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls." (Jeremiah 6:16)

Egalitarianism Defined for Christians

Egalitarianism Defined for Christians by Stuart DiNenno This is written for those who are not familiar with the term or are not quite sure of the meaning of Egalitarianism. Egalitarianism is something that the churches rarely, if ever, warn their congregants about but which every Christian in America needs to understand because it is a … Read more

Righteous Condemnation of the Jews in Christian History

Righteous Condemnation of the Jews in Christian History by Stuart DiNenno Read through the following quotes and consider how much harsher Jesus Christ, the apostles, the early post-apostolic church elders, and the Protestant reformers were toward the wicked, Christ-hating, apostate Jews as compared to 21st century milquetoast evangelical church leaders. It is difficult to imagine … Read more

Christians Should Not Deny Their Moral Superiority

Christians Should Not Deny Their Moral Superiority by Stuart DiNenno During the course of discussion or evangelism I have witnessed, more than a few times, believers saying to unbelievers “Christians are no better than anyone else.” I believe this is often said because most Christians feel uneasy proclaiming any kind of moral superiority out of … Read more

A Bit of Evidence that Both the Early Church and the Protestants Were Against Christian Abolitionism

A Bit of Evidence that Both the Early Church andthe Protestants Were Against Christian Abolitionism by Stuart DiNenno I have been reading A Disputation on Holy Scripture by William Whitaker. Whitaker was a 16th century Protestant and the book was published in 1588. While addressing the matter of whether the epistle to Philemon belongs in … Read more