Monthly Archives: August 2014

False Ideas vs Signs of True Revival – John Boruff

O Lord, REVIVE Thy work in the midst of the years, in the midst of the years make known; in wrath remember mercy. –Habakkuk 3:2 When you evaluate modern evangelical seeker-sensitive “wannabe” revivalists in the light of the Book of … Continue reading

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Reformational Theses – Martin Luther and John Boruff

Last night I watched the awesome movie Martin Luther (1953) with the family. It is my favorite version. One scene in the movie that is iconic is when he nails the 95 Theses to the door of Wittenburg’s Castle Church:–on … Continue reading

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Dream of the Money-Grabbing Pastor – John Boruff

I dreamed I was at the house of a pastor in which I was seeking a ministry opportunity. I learned a lot of the inner goings on at how and why he thought certain ways when I was there. But … Continue reading

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Review of Edwin Gaustad’s “The Religious History of America” – John Boruff

What an amazing book! It is a real revelation of the spiritual climate of America; of where we’ve come from (which is relatively good), where we are (which is bad), and where are probably going (which isn’t good). In the … Continue reading

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Late Medieval Catholic Theologians on Economic Profits – John Boruff

I’ve only grazed the surface on the subject of economic profits in light of Christian ethics. Alejandro Chafuen’s Faith and Liberty has helped me spawn some ideas about logical Christian thought on economic growth. These moral theologians and economists of … Continue reading

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Review of Vinson Synan’s “In the Latter Days” – John Boruff

Vinson Synan’s In the Latter Days is a shorter version of the material contained in The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition. It is a scholarly reference of Pentecostal and Charismatic church history, of spirituality, and chock full of bibliographical material. I have taken … Continue reading

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Ancient Romans vs Church Attendance – Family Room Media

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