Tuesday, October 17, 2017


BlueCross BlueShield Health Insurance Now Offering Mindfulness

“Christian” Homosexual Singer Vicky Beeching Thanks Contemplative Spirituality For Helping Her “Come Out”

Hillary Clinton's pastor ties her election loss to Jesus' crucifixion

Liberty Counsel warns Northland Community Church in Orlando is hosting heresy

New Report Says Islam Will Surpass Christianity And Become The Largest Religion In The World

Notorious abortionist says he’s doing ‘God’s work'

The Cowardly Defense of Sin: Jen Hatmaker's Rejection of the Bible

The Assemblies of God and Israel

When the church celebrates sex-change surgery

Yoga: How did it conquer the world and what's changed?

After Yoga, Meditation Breaks Into the Mainstream

The Shack:

SHACK THEOLOGY: Universalism, TBN, Oprah, and the New Age

Artist ‘Deeply Regrets’ Designing ‘Shack’ Cover, Says A Loving God Must “Judge”

“The Shack” and a Cat Named Judas

Fourth Letter to Christian Leaders Goes Out – A Warning About “The Shack”

The Shack’s Author William Paul Young on Substitutionary Atonement

Santa Muerte:

And a long time reader of this blog (thx, RT!) let me know about a cult phenomena that has been growing in popularity among Mexicans and that is Santa Muerte, or Holy Dead, which (basically) involves dressing up a skeleton in female clothes as a means to give reverence to the dead.

Santa Muerte at Wikipedia.

Dan Brown:

Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code, has a new book out, Origin, with an edgy new thought -- that our origins are in evolution.

Oh, wait. You know what? We . . . we actually have heard that before.

And you know how most books have a disclaimer in fine print somewhere in the beginning (origin?) along the lines that any person named in the book is just a coincidence to any living (or dead) person? Well, apparently not this time. And Brown went there.

Author Dan Brown Gets Smacked Down by Physicist He Referenced in Novel

And the printing ink isn't even dry yet!

Jason A covers Brown's latest book, and what great timing for this week's posts about apostasy, heresy, and strange teachings.