John Chau Does NOT Meet the Measures for Christian Martyrdom

News reports of a young Christian's violent death at the hands of the Sentinelese people has captured the world's attention this week. Martyrdom is the endurance of bodily death in witness to the Christian religion. ---Dominic Prummer O.P. John Allen Chau is being hailed a martyr by some and an arrogant and reckless, renegade zealot …

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Little “a” Apostles of Grace

[Click HERE for MP3 Audio Recording] There is a vast and important difference between big "A" Apostles and little "a" apostles. Yet, at its root, "apostle" means 'sent one,' and refers to a spiritual gift that God has supplied for the growth and health of His Church.

The Other Master

In order to live as those who are both "in the world" and "not of the world," there's no denying Christians must wisely use "unrighteous wealth," as Jesus calls it. Also according to Jesus, Christians should employ a shrewd but genuine generosity in order to build a safety net of friendly relationships against hard times (Luke 15:1-16). Wealth is …

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Book Recommendation: “Great Evangelical Recession”

   Official Caption:In 2006, few Americans were expecting the economy to collapse. Today the American church is in a similar position, on the precipice of a great spiritual recession. While we focus on a few large churches and dynamic leaders that are successful, the church's overall membership is shrinking. Young Christians are fleeing. Our donations are …

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Why Apologetics?

Many times a day, I am confronted with the prejudgment that I am just an "intellectual." If that is not the case, then people can't really see the sense in apologetics. However, this prejudgment is not true; and I am, along with biblical Christianity, wary of intellectualism—I don’t put my trust in it. I agree …

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