"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)

Joel Beeke: Infected by Modernism

Joel Beeke: A Puritan Infected with Modernism by Stuart DiNenno Joel Beeke is represented by “the most conservative Reformed churches” as being a staunch defender of orthodoxy following in the footsteps of the Puritans. Although I have not read any of his books nor listened to enough of his sermons to make a judgment on the … Read more

God’s Grace Cannot Fail the True Christian

Can God’s Grace Fail the True Christian? by Stuart DiNenno “You say that true born again Christians cannot fall away from the faith because they are kept by the power of God unto salvation and that only false Christians will go astray because they do not possess the grace of God that is necessary to … Read more

Building a Christian Civilization Will Require Limits on Entertainment

Building a Christian CivilizationWill Require Limits on Entertainment by Stuart DiNenno The Christian preachers of past ages strongly condemned theater attendance, which was only occasional and likely very tame by modern standards. Today’s so-called Christians have electronic theaters in their living rooms and bedrooms pumping out non-stop filth, lies, and nonsense, and their ministers speak little or nothing against it. … Read more

“The End Is Near” Belief Is Disloyalty to Christ

“The End Is Near” Belief Is Disloyalty to Christ by Stuart DiNenno When I see someone saying “I see all the signs that the end is near and that Christ will return very soon,” I don’t assume it is simply a case of an honest man being in error because of a misunderstanding and misapplication of certain biblical teachings. … Read more

The Idolatry of Alcoholics Anonymous and Their “Higher Power”

The Idolatry of Alcoholics Anonymous and Their “Higher Power” by Stuart DiNenno Quotes from the American Addiction Centers Website (emphasis added): https://alcoholrehab.com/alcohol-recovery/aftercare/higher-power-in-aa/ “The early members of Alcoholics Anonymous created a program that was highly influenced by the Oxford Group. One of the most important changes they made was to put the focus on a higher … Read more

Christian Preaching Focuses on Truth, Not Positivity

Focus on the Positive? by Stuart DiNenno There are some very popular reputedly Christian preachers today who constantly tell their followers that they should “focus on the positive.” It is not surprising that they don’t speak much of sin and repentance, as those things are “negative.” Of course, such a feel-good message has broad appeal … Read more