Tag: Critiquing comments

Can we push people further away from Jesus? – Podcast #38

I have a video on my YouTube channel entitled ‘What many pastors won’t tell you, regarding sexual immorality, by Paul Washer.’ It’s generated hundreds of thousands of views, and thousands of comments. Most recently YouTuber Connor Hogan submitted the following comment, “I love the heart this guy shows, but the way he talks, it gets

Dr. Steven Lawson’s sermon preached at the 2019 G3 Conference – Session 16 (how did such a wonderful sermon end so tragically?)

We live in a time when a majority of professing Christians, and local churches from all denominations, have devalued Biblical masculine preaching. Instead they prefer sermonettes, gentle sharing, a soft tone, mutually cooperative debates, casual conversationalism, and/or the use of other methods that are only secondary to true bold preaching (or methods that shouldn’t be

The idolatry of the movie Unplanned, wrongfully believing it can Biblically “change a person’s mind,” and my critique of a Facebook friends insinuating comment

It is my personal ethic that personal messages, or private messaging, and/or private emails should remain ‘personal and private.’ But unfortunately today I am seeing some professing Christians take screenshots of ‘private’ messages, and then making them public. I’ve had that done to me, and it’s not a pleasant experience.  Therefore, so that I do

Responding to a YouTuber’s comment “Am I still a “sinner?”

YouTuber Tom Dutch inputted the following comment under one of my videos. I believe Tom’s comment is reasonable. Therefore below is my response. Tom thank you for your comment. Yes you are partially correct, and yes perhaps I do say that too much. But let us not forget that the Apostle Paul referred to himself