Tag Archives: Fundamentalism

Super-hero Blogs…something my boys taught me about the landscape of Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism

As I sit here on my day off, I’m watching my two boys pretend to be “super-heroes”.  One is embracing his love for “Iron Man” and the other is climbing walls, couches, and tables as “Spider Man”.  Amusing to say … Continue reading

Posted in Devotional Thoughts, Family Life, Fundamentalism, Pastoring | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Between Two Worlds

Roughly ten years ago a prominent “fundie” pastor said to me in a conversation:  “We need to stop asking where guys went to school, and who they read.  We need to get back to asking what they believe.”  While I … Continue reading

Posted in Devotional Thoughts, Fundamentalism, Pastoring | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

History Humbles

If there is one accusation which could be levied against the post-WWII generations is an ignorance of history.  Specifically, the landscape of Christianity and the church is desperately in need of a better understanding of where we are at and … Continue reading

Posted in Devotional Thoughts, Family Life, Pastoring | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Looking for a Good Scandal

We love a good scandal here in America.  Perhaps, Fundamental churches are naturally bent towards the “gawking onlooker” syndrome of sideline reporting with excitement for being “involved” with the latest scandal.  Many opinions, little truth.  Quick to react, quick to … Continue reading

Posted in Fundamentalism, Leadership | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment