Why I Am A Baptist

I’ve been baptized twice. I was baptized for the first time two years before I became a Christian. And I was baptized for the second time six years after I became a Christian. But what happened in between that time is why I am a Baptist. I was baptized for the first time when I…

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What if Toronto Disappeared?

What if Toronto disappeared? What if every person in Toronto disappeared? Would you know? Would you care? Would you try to prevent Montreal and Vancouver from disappearing too? What if Union Station was completely empty? What if every person in a subway, bus, and train in Toronto disappeared? Would you know? Would you care?  What…

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Seven Questions With Mom

Many mothers have done excellently, but my mom surpasses them all. So this Mother’s Day weekend, I am happy to interview mom. I have interviewed some of my heroes, and I hope that I can interview many more. But I will never interview anyone more heroic than mom. I shared some of mom’s story in…

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The History and Heresy of Black Liberation Theology

Most evangelicals are unfamiliar with the origins and foundational beliefs of Black Liberation Theology. That is perhaps why many evangelicals today are becoming sympathetic to its heretical doctrines. Black Liberation Theology’s influence on the social justice movement within the Church has been noticeable to many who spend considerable time studying Black Liberation Theology, Black Church…

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Why They Are Supporting Me

I am fundraising my entire salary for full-time pro-life work at the Canadian Center For Bio-ethical Reform. And as you can imagine, it’s a very challenging and humbling experience. But this opportunity to stand up for pre-born babies is forcing me to knee before God. And I am thankful for that. God is answering my…

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Whiteness, Blackness, Christless

The racial reconciliation movement within the church is supposedly intended to reconcile White people to Black people. It’s apparently designed to rebuke racism within the Church and culture. But it’s doing the exact opposite. It’s ironic, though predictable, that the racial reconciliation movement is actually fostering racial hatred, not racial harmony. If the racial reconciliation…

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