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Preaching

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Fact Checking Your Preacher

by Bryant Evans on February 4, 2019

We’ve warned that your should never trust your preacher. It is not that preachers are dishonest (although some are) but that your soul is too important to entrust to anyone other than Jesus. After all, preachers have no innate authority other than that which flows from Scripture. They are just as fragile and breakable as […]

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Never Trust Your Preacher!

by Bryant Evans on January 18, 2019

Why would a preacher tell you to never trust your preacher? Isn’t trust inherent in the job of preaching? I mean, if you never trust your preacher, who can you trust? Gallup published a new poll last month which put preachers on par with journalists for trustworthiness. Only 37% of respondents rate clergy as high […]

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Teaching in South America

by Bryant Evans on May 28, 2018

I just returned from a trip to Lethem, Guyana and the Guyana Christian University. What a blessing to visit these good people and have both students and community visitors in my classes. For those who do not know, Lethem is located in western Guyana along the border with Brazil. It is south of the almost […]

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Fallout from Christian Politics

by Bryant Evans on December 15, 2017

The blending of Christianity and politics is always bad. We have discouraged those who want to mix faith and politics. The fallout continues and is well summarized by Mark Galli at Christianity Today.  I recommend his take on the Biggest Loser in the recent election. remember, Jesus said that his kingdom was not of this world […]

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Preachers and Roy Moore: A Teachable Moment

by Bryant Evans on November 21, 2017

Since Jerry Falwell and the Moral Majority swept Ronald Reagan to victory in the 1980 Presidential Primary and General Election, politics have become more and more intertwined with faith. Nowhere is this mixing more evident than in the so-called evangelical churches. The politics of faith has even made its way into the pulpit and preaching […]

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