Tag Archives: Emerging church
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Hath God Said?

Should a choir director at a public high school be forced to take Christ out of the Christmas music his students perform?  That is the topic of a huge debate in Wausau, Wisconsin, where last night there was an emotional public hearing. A little later on we are going to get an update from Julaine […]

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Unexpected journey

Today we’re taking a rare look into the journey of a wife, mom and daughter of Christ who has been behind the scenes in some of the most important research into post-modern trends impacting Christianity. Historian and researcher Sarah Leslie often shares on Stand Up For The Truth about to talk about some of the […]

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A darkness sweeping

Today,we’re checking in with national security expert Ryan Mauro about the latest in the Middle East.  Ryan is founder of The Clarion Project.org, WorldThreats.com, and RadicalIslam.org. and an intelligence analyst with the Asymmetric Warfare and Intelligence Center. Ryan has done extensive research for the Reform Party of Syria, a group dedicated to bringing democracy to that country. In 2005, he published his […]

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Emergent Movement

Re-Defining the Emergent Movement

Today we are taking a big-picture look at the Emergent Movement. Some people believe that this movement died out a few years ago, but that assumption could not be further from the truth. In fact, we’re seeing it re-emerge into something even more dangerous, and more palatable for mainline churches to accept. We’re going to […]

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Friendly fire: A "Matthew 18 Moment?"

Does “touch not my anointed” mean we shouldn’t question pastors, ministries or each other? What does Matthew 18 mean in context?  Those are some of the questions we’re asking today as we talk about the attacks launched against the biblical text and the Bride of Christ. We know that those attacks against God’s truth have […]

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A little leaven…

Today on the program, we’re looking at some news headlines through the lens of our faith. Why do we do that? Joining us in the first half is our guest, Scott Alan Buss.

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Emerging towards convergence

“After emergence comes emersion.” —Teilhard de Chardin, The Phenomenon of Man (Harper, 1965), p. 309. This excellent article by Sarah H. Leslie will give you the basis for what the Emergent Church is doing today, especially in light of where Emergent guru Brian McLaren has told his funders he is taking them (See: Donation plea: […]

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Emergent Church finally shows its real intentions!

If your church uses words like “Missional” and “Spiritual Formation,” you’re not going to want to miss today’s program.  And if someone has told you that the Emerging Church is a non-factor, that is an outright lie. (Yes, we need to be this bold.) We believe this is a must-hear interview for every pastor and […]

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Not in my church

Understand that many will tell you the Emergent Church has all but died out. But as we’ve shared in show after show these past several months, it has re-emerged with newly-coached leaders and strong support from the secular liberal progressives leveraging the Emergent Church to help strengthen their own agenda. And the Church is helping […]

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Jay Bakker

Pro-Homosexual Pastor Jay Bakker to Start Church in Minneapolis

Jay Bakker, whom we reported last month as denying Jesus Christ’s substitutionary atonement for our sins, is starting a new church called Revolution, which currently meets in a candy store. Bakker is part of the re-emerging Emergent Church, a movement that some were hoping had died out. Oh no; it is alive and well. Erin […]

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Church of Tares and the real roots of the Emergent movement

Church of Tares and the real roots of the Emergent movement

Today we’re meeting a film producer who is using his gifts to equip the Body of Christ to understand the times we are in and the movements that are springing up like weeds or tares among wheat, and choking out the light of God’s true love for his bride. If you’ve ever wondered what the […]

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The Demise of Biblical Discernment

“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves.” ~ Matthew 7:15 Over at the Berean Call, T.A. McMahon asks some pointed questions about why Christians in our generation do not have the first clue about how to discern these times and trends. T.A. has been a guest […]

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Are our hearts still wicked after we become Christians?

Some believe that we are, indeed, housing depraved hearts even after being washed clean by the atonement of Jesus. Others believe that we are victorious over sin and our hearts are clean.   It’s a question that we’re taking to the Word today in our second segment.  But first we want to talk about something […]

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10 years later, Emergent Church alive and moving

In the past decade, much has been said about the Emergent Church movement. There’s no doubt that it has done more harm to the Bride of Christ than any other trend or movement, by giving people the freedom to re-imagine basic doctrines of the Bible, and reinvent truth as in the eye of the beholder. […]

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