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Mark DeVine
Mark DeVine is a pastor, former missionary to Bangkok Thailand, and teaches historical theology in Birmingham, Alabama. He is the author of Bonhoeffer Speaks Today and Shalom Yesterday, Today, and Forever.
by | Oct 25, 2020

A spanking new organization has formed among Southern Baptists to resist the incursion of critical race theory into the largest Protestant denomination in North America. Founders Ministries, an older organization, and an array of other evangelical watchdog websites, vlogs, and…

by | Sep 26, 2020

On September 2, Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber admitted in a letter to the university community that Princeton, “for most of its history, intentionally and systematically excluded people of color, women, Jews, and other minorities” and that these racist…

by | Sep 13, 2020

The Jesus 2020 presidential election yard signs are the product of a provocation. In 2016, Evangelical Never Trump elites practically forbade their erstwhile followers to vote for Trump. That prohibitive directive from on high did not sit well with rank-and-file…

by | Jun 14, 2020

Was the beloved quarterback’s expression of respect for the American flag really that incendiary? Yes, it was. Because it was heresy. Brees’ words violated dogmas of the largest, fastest-growing religious group in America — the Church of the Left —…

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