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Building a Bridge

By Scott Tolhurst | December 22, 2023

I am terrible at fractions. Ask me to divide 3/8’s by 6/7ths, and watch my eyes glaze over.* It’s not that math is foreign to me, nor that I can’t…

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Day 1-2 – Vancouver, to Frankfurt, to Athens.

This brief blog gives some details and pictures in regards to the long 2 days of travel experienced by many! From Vancouver, to Frankfurt, to Athens, we now are safe and sound at our hotel. See pictures and details inside!


Last Day in the Office

A few thoughts before our trip, and a list of the places we’ll be travelling! Oh, and a pretty bad photo of Jim and I (Jim is my co-worker with whom I’ll be rooming with for the trip). Click for more!


Idolatry and Universalism by Dr. John Neufeld

Universalism rejects the God who has objectively revealed Himself in Scripture because it finds this God to be offensive. Talk of wrath and of judgment leaves the universalist either uninspired or angry. And so, a new god that fits the spirit of the age is put in His place.


Is God Angry With Us?

One of the key features to the theology known as universalism, is its visceral reaction to the historic Christian teaching regarding the wrath of God. Now – just so we are clear on this matter, those of us who take the Bible seriously will have noticed how prevalent the anger, or wrath of God appears.


Fifty Shades of Grey and the Christian

Pornography used to be considered only a man’s problem, but filmmakers have found ways of appealing to the very different psychology of women. And rather than seeing it as a problem, it is now seen as an acceptable form of self-expression.


Better No God Than This One

What we are witnessing is the Evangelical Movement’s wide spread disconnection from its biblical, historical, and gospel centered roots. Let’s pray that William Young’s disclosure shocks some evangelicals into recognizing how far the movement has strayed from its roots.


A Reminder to “Get Up”

Knowing the gospel is good, but not enough. Knowing Jesus is excellent, but still, not enough. What do I mean by this? We meed to “live” the gospel outside the comfort of our “home.”

March 21 Blog

A Call for New Worship Wars

I am not arguing that we should return to the 1950s and 60s. What I am arguing is that most evangelical churches have developed a style of worship that is every bit as rooted into a cultural reality, which has failed to signify the difference between what is biblically mandated and what is not.


Why Aren’t We Sharing the Gospel?

Why do so many Christians struggle with sharing the gospel? Is it because they’re ill-equipped? Not prepared? Unqualified? Maybe, but I would suggest a different reason.


The Benedict Option

If the church of Jesus Christ does not provide a robust and holistic alternative culture, it will lose its soul.


What We Communicate to Our Culture

I normally do not write about controversial issues. But in this case, I feel I must. When you read this, I pray you might understand why, and the spirit in which I write.


Testimonies, and What They Tell Us About God

Heaven will surely be the most overwhelming of scenes as men and women from every tribe, tongue, nation and race stand before the Lamb and thank Him for His grace.


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