John MacArthur insists that Christians aren't obligated to follow government restrictions on worship during the coronavirus pandemic.
The departure is reportedly due to "editorial differences."
Negotiators from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are in Washington this week for a new round of talks which they hope will lead them closer to agreement on the trade deal. President Obama has called passage of TPP a "high priority."
MacArthur's remarks might not come as a surprise to those familiar with his sermons. Back in 2012, MacArthur condemned the
Driscoll and MacArthur become magnets for holier-than-thou snarkiness, especially when they launch disruptive publicity ploys. The anti-Driscollites mutate into mirror images of their nemesis, raising their blog hits, but accomplishing little else.
I think I'm starting to believe in the rapture again. Not the one where the church gets sucked up into midair right before the Beast starts barcoding everyone's faces, but one where we, the Body of Christ, are finally being lifted out of this morass of fundamentalist absurdity.
Tens of thousands of dollars in pledges raised by the staff of Harper's magazine won't save any jobs -- or benefit the magazine
Harper's, the venerable monthly magazine, has been torn asunder over the formation of a union by staffers, New York's Gabriel
Just a week after being unceremoniously ousted as the editor of Harper's Magazine, Roger Hodge has a book proposal out on