First published on Christian Controverser This could be a political question, a theological question, or both. Because it is not just a straightforward political issue, but has ramifications for theology, it qualifies to appear on this blog. The issue at stake is for differing views for Christians about how much of the personal impacts of… Continue reading Christian Controverser: Can The Church Or The Government Build A Better Society?
First published on Christian Controverser If you have tracked the four years since the 2016 US presidential election and the re-election campaign this year, you’ll be well aware of the controversy that has surrounded the 45th president and the division created in Evangelical communities worldwide over whether to support him or not. Polling has showed… Continue reading Christian Controverser: Heresy Is Key Feature Of Credulous US White Evangelicalism 
First published on Christian Controverser In part 1 of this two part series, dominionism and some related theologies were examined. Part 2 continues this discussion more in relation to the 2020 presidential elections in the US. A key aspect of dominionism closely tied to dispensationalism is the belief that Christians must help to usher in… Continue reading Christian Controverser: Heresy Is Key Feature Of Credulous US White Evangelicalism