Fundamentalism

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Tim Challies Reviews “Created To Be His Help Meet”


In case you missed it, Tim Challies has written two excellent posts reviewing Debi Pearl’s “Created To Be His Help Meet.” Check them out here and here. I would love to hear your thoughts about his posts as well as any thoughts/stories you can share pertaining to this book. Okay, I’ll start! I was given … Continue reading

The Trial for Phil Caminiti is over


** If you are not familiar with Phil Caminiti, Aleitheia Bible Church, or any of the other members associated with this particular church, please read Trial Underway for Phil Caminiti. On Wednesday, March 21, 2012, Phil Caminiti, pastor of Aleitheia Bible Church, “was found guilty of eight counts of conspiracy to commit child abuse for … Continue reading

Trial Underway for Phil Caminiti


I have been searching for months for information on when the trial for Phil Caminiti would be held. And now, here it is! Finally!! G.R.A.C.E. posted on their Facebook page the link to the following article. (By the way, if you’re not familiar with G.R.A.C.E. also known as Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian … Continue reading

On the humanness of pastors


I do not consider the “job” or role of a pastor to be an easy one. Some pastors lead small churches and work outside the ministry in order to make ends meet. Others struggle to balance family time with what their ministry demands of them as pastors. Additionally, Scripture places higher expectations on pastors than … Continue reading

What was your reason for protesting?


When I was in my early teens, my mom and I participated in a pro-life march and we held signs and stood along a main road in our town for an afternoon. At the time, I didn’t really understand what it was all about. I vaguely understood it had to do with abortion; I didn’t … Continue reading

What now?


Some waited with baited breath for December 12, 2011 to come around. This was, after all, an important day, a day when a protest would be made, though somewhat silently. I understand the importance of the protest. I have been following the story of Tina Anderson since it hit the media at the end of … Continue reading

Michelle Duggar Miscarries


I just read on People.com that Michelle Duggar has miscarried. Here is what the article states: Michelle Duggar Miscarries A day of joyful anticipation has turned to anguish for Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar. At a routine check-up Thursday to find out the sex of their 20th child, their doctor was unable to find a … Continue reading

Goodbye, Chuck


Well, it’s official. Chuck Phelps has resigned from the Cooperating Board at Bob Jones University. Bob Jones University’s website had this to say: At a regularly scheduled meeting of the Bob Jones University Board of Trustees, Dec. 2, 2011, Board Chairman, Dr. Bob Jones III, read a letter from Dr. Chuck Phelps in which Dr. … Continue reading

Video Clip of Elizabeth Esther’s Appearance on Anderson


Elizabeth Esther posted a video of her talking with Michael Pearl on Anderson Cooper’s daytime talk show on her Facebook blog page. Click here to see part of Elizabeth Esther’s interview on Anderson. I love how she explained what the issue really is. The issue is not spanking, per se. It’s the belief that parents … Continue reading

Spanking in Christian Schools


Anderson Cooper 360 has put together another great segment as part of their Ungodly Discipline series. The latest installment investigates spanking in Christian schools, specifically Calvary Baptist School in Watertown, WI. Marvin Munyon, a lobbyist responsible for keeping the right to spank students in Christian schools and a former principal at Calvary Baptist School, is … Continue reading