The Old Cross and The New

All unannounced and mostly undetected there has come in modern times a new cross into popular evangelical circles. It is like the old cross, but different: the likenesses are superficial; the differences, fundamental. From this new cross has sprung a new philosophy of the Christian life, and from that new philosophy has come a new… Continue Reading


Rap That Showtime Religion

Can the church fight apathy and materialism by feeding people’s appetite for entertainment? Evidently many in the church believe the answer is yes, as church after church jumps on the show-business bandwagon. It is a troubling trend that is luring many otherwise orthodox churches away from biblical priorities. Church buildings are being constructed like theaters…. Continue Reading


The Cross of Popular Evangelicalism – A.W. Tozer

If I see aright, the cross of popular evangelicalism is not the cross of the New Testament. It is, rather, a new bright ornament upon the bosom of self-assured and carnal Christianity whose hands are indeed the hands of Abel, but whose voice is the voice of Cain. The old cross slew men; the new… Continue Reading


Worldliness – C.H. Spurgeon

C H Spurgeon

It is clear to every one who is willing to see it that laxity of doctrine is either the parent of worldliness, or is in some other way very near akin to it. The men who give up the old faith are the same persons who plead for latitude as to general conduct. The Puritan… Continue Reading


The Apathy of The Modern Church (2)


“Everywhere there is apathy.Nobody cares whether that which is preached is true or false. A Sermon is a sermon whatever the subject; only, the shorter it is, the better.” Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) You may also like:Pragmatism: What Is PragmatismCompromise – John MacArthurCome Out and Be SeparateThe Truth War (Part 1) (Part 2) John MacArthurRap… Continue Reading


Spurgeon Quote: Amusing Men

C.H. Spurgeon

“I fear there are some who preach with the view of amusing men.” — Spurgeon You may also like:C.H. Spurgeon Worldly Preaching – John MacArthur Worldliness – C.H. SpurgeonResurrection: Jesus Said I AmChrist Did Not Die for Pope To Be Glorified – C.H. SpurgeonC.H. Spurgeon: Righteousness in Christ