Sunday, July 02, 2006

Paganism and Feminism

My digital voice recorder reached maximum capacity in the middle of my sermon this morning, so no new podcast this week. I do, however, want to point you to Part II of the Chalcedon Foundation's article on the evangelical response to homosexuality and heresy in the RCA. There are some quotes from friends of mine, and serves as an overall helpful description of the dangers our denomination faces as we begin our "dialogue" with depravity. Here is the link.

While reading the above-mentioned article I was led by a link to a previous article on the Foundation's website about the connections between radical feminism and paganism in the mainline churches. It makes for horrifying reading, and serves as trenchant warning for the RCA if we continue to allow feminist inroads into the church. Inclusive language, feminine God-language, and tolerance of heterodox ministers who value "unity" over truth, are devilish inroads and must be firmly resisted. Here is the link to the article on paganism in the church. It is a vivid illustration of Paul's argument in 1 Timothy 2:12-15. Also, see the Lutheran (ELCA) church website

A very fine evangelical group, The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (CBMF) has a terrific website loaded with resources to combat feminist paganism (link). I read an article there about a PCA congregation in San Francisco which is leaving that orthodox and biblical denomination for the RCA! The issue is the church's disobedience over women in ministry. We are described as a "more moderate" denomination. How nice for us.

{photo: ancient goddess amulet found in Iraq}


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