Ed Dingess

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Notitia, Assensus, and Fiducia: The Nature of Saving Faith

It is no secret that the great deconstruction of evangelical Christianity has been underway for some time now. It’s hard to say when this...

Podcast: The Christian Franchise and the Pre-packaged Church Model

In this episode, I rant about the Christian Franchise. Modern Christianity has adopted the franchise model in the 20th and 21st centuries. The Christian...

Biblical Complementarianism: When Can Women Teach Men?

When I listened to the back and forth between Aimee, Todd, and Carl over at The Mortification of Spin, on the issue of women...

The Children of Men: Understanding the Human Origins of Heresy

Young evangelicals seem to view the practice of challenging orthodoxy through the lens of updating an outdated policy manual at work. The casual approach to such things is telling and reveals a very disturbing trend in many, if not most, evangelical churches. I believe this trend can be traced to the refusal of the Church to test those who claim to be believers and teachers and leaders who are not.

The Conclusion of Compromise in the Church

At present, the world and the church are in negotiations concerning the scandalous nature of a number of Christian doctrines. At stake, according to...

The New Evangelical Latitudinarians, Emptying Christianity of All Meaning

From the very beginning, the church has had to preserve its integrity and purity by protecting and fencing its membership. Jesus said that many...

Podcast: The Menace of Manipulation in Ministry

In this episode, I rant about the popular practice of manipulation among pastors and elders. Pagan society engages in open and shameless manipulation in...

Recovering the True Christian Church For Its Mission

Christ Himself is the Foundation of the Church When one surveys the history of Christianity and compares that history with the original teachings of Christianity,...

Divine Impressions, Dreams, and These Voices in My Head

“God spoke to me.” “God gave me a dream.” “The Holy Spirit led me.” All these represent claims that I hear just about every...

Liberation Theology, Queer Theology, and the Woke Church Movement

The early beginnings of liberation theology can be traced to Latin America in the 1960s. The thrust of this movement began as a result...

Provisionism: Incoherent Hamartiology

Why did Jesus say men need to be born again if they are born innocent with a will that is not impacted by Adam's...

An Actual Biblical, Non-Woke Perspective on Racism

A lot is being written and stated these days regarding the church’s responsibility where the issue of racism is concerned. The torrent of views...
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