Tag Archives: Idolatry

What’s Wrong with Modernism? Part 2


(This is the second half of an article originally published in The Banner, April 23, 2001, pp. 24-26. For the first half, see here.) Scientism One morning I was watching TV with my 2-year-old daughter. A skit in a children’s … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with Modernism? Part 1


(Another old article I had written. This was originally published in The Banner, April 23, 2001, pp. 24-26.) Postmodernism is all the rage these days. Plenty of books and articles have been written about it. Students take classes about it. … Continue reading

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Counterfeit Faith 2 – Experientialism


In my previous post, I warned against dogmatism as a counterfeit faith. In this post, I want to warn about falling into the opposite extreme. This post was actually published in The Banner (April 2014 print edition) as “The Idolatry … Continue reading

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The Myth of Race


This article was published in The Banner, March 2003, pp. 38-40. Christians are not immune from racism. For example, [on the day of] his ordination ceremony, a Black pastor of a white Toronto congregation was mistaken for the janitor! A … Continue reading

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