A University, Not a Daycare

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A University, Not a Daycare

  by Robert L. Rodenbush, J.D., LL.M.   Recently a student at Oklahoma Wesleyan University made news when he complained that a sermon preached in a chapel service made him feel “victimized” and uncomfortable. The University’s president, Dr. Everett Piper wrote an excellent response to this event and I would like to share a portion … more »

Is it Better to Call Ourselves Simply “Christians”?

    by Bobby Killmon A new convert asked, if the Pentecostal movement has only come into existence in the past two centuries, why should we call ourselves Pentecostal? Wouldn’t it be better to call ourselves simply Christians? First of all, there has always been an Apostolic Church. Further, the NT Church was started on … more »

Hubris

    by Paul Mooney “We can do this by ourselves!” On a weekly basis, I talk with, listen to, speak to and interact with young people. Even among the very youngest there is a certain understanding of the present social fluidity. They feel it. You get the picture, of course. And the kids get … more »

Muddied Definitions

    by Paul Mooney There is a conflict between the Holy Spirit and the flesh. And it is never insignificant. The outcome of that battle determines everything. Christianity, even among modern Pentecostals, at least to some degree, is facing a stormy anti-Christian, anti-Bible bias that is being pressed upon culture, politics and education. Think … more »