Tag: bigotry

  • What Does It Mean to Be Reformed?

    In my years of being involved in Christian discussion and debate online (nearly 30 years), I’ve noticed that many Reformed Presbyterians seem to look down on us Reformed Baptists (aka Particular Baptists) and say we aren’t “Really Reformed” or we’re not “Truly Reformed”. I maintain that infant baptism is not the sine qua non of […]

  • Being Reformed: Confessions and Identity

    I am sick and tired of people coming onto my Facebook timeline and berating, denigrating, and condescending to me because I am a Reformed Baptist who is dispensational in my eschatology. I follow the 1689 LBCF (London Baptist Confession of Faith), yet I disagree with its amillennial eschatology (End Times). I adhere to over 90% […]

  • The sad tale of Chick-fil-A

    Sorry folks, but Chick-fil-A is not promoting the Biblical values it was created to follow. Once a stalwart defender of Biblical orthodoxy, a lone voice in the corporate world against the insanity and filth of LGBT. Sorry, but it’s now gone woke! Recently, the CEO of Chick-fil-A, Dan Cathy, shined the shoes of Christian rapper […]