Only Five Black Lives Matter?

July 15, 2020By ARCCulture

-Dr. Peter Jones Systemic Racism The accusation of “systemic racism” is everywhere—in the news media, in the halls of government, in churches, and, above all, in politics. The term implies that our country’s entire “system” is shot through in all areas and by all people with the belief that one race (the white race) is … Read More

Persuasive Themes in Historical Apologetics

August 8, 2019By ARCCommon Objections

By John Y. May – Our aim is to identify several dominant themes highlighted in historical apologetics. These subjects are often mentioned by leading proponents of this method of defense, including such names as John W. Montgomery, Gary R. Habermas, Frederick F. Bruce, Bernard L. Ramm, and a whole host of biblical studies specialists. Emphasis … Read More

“Fairness for All” But a Growing Unfairness for Many

August 8, 2019By ARCCulture

By Dr. Peter Jones – In 2018 well-meaning fellow Christians on the boards of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), adopted an initiative called Fairness for All. Among notable signers were Philip Graham Ryken, President of Wheaton College and Derek Halvorson, President of Covenant College. The initiative seeks some kind of common ground … Read More

Is Yoga Religious ? Yes

June 24, 2019By ARCComparative Religions

– By Rev. Clete Hux – Last year the Governor of Alabama and its State School Board members received a communication from Rajan Zed, President of the Universal Society of Hinduism. Pointing out that most public universities of Alabama were already offering some form of yoga, Mr. Zed requested  the State of Alabama to end … Read More

Positive Confession

April 26, 2019By ARCComparative Religions

By Clete Hux – Positive Confession is the belief that if a believer speaks “spiritual” or “faith-filled” words then he can have what he says. Unfortunately, this influence has invaded the church and continues to cause much turmoil and confusion. Many of the teachers of the word-faith movement believe that words are so powerful that … Read More

How the Health and Wealth Gospels Twist Scripture

April 26, 2019By ARCComparative Religions

By Clete Hux – Most Christians have heard some of the following: “You can have what you say,” “The reason you haven’t been healed is that you don’t have enough faith,” “We can write our own ticket with God if we decide what we want, believe that it’s ours, and confess it,” “He wants you rich and … Read More

Accountability: The Way to Touch God’s Anointed

April 26, 2019By ARCComparative Religions

By Clete Hux – If anything has been learned about the recent scandals of modern televangelists which could be summed up in one word, that one word would be accountability (or lack thereof). That word, more than any other, has surfaced and has been expressed by both the secular public and the body of Christ as … Read More

Thoughts from a hipster coffee shop

April 24, 2019By ARCCulture

By Alyssa Ahlgren – My generation is becoming the largest voting bloc in the country. We have an opportunity to continue to propel us forward with the gifts capitalism and democracy has given us. The other option is that we can fall into the trap of entitlement and relapse into restrictive socialist destitution. The choice … Read More

Easter Is Not Pagan

April 24, 2019By ARCComparative Religions

By Marcia Montenegro – The Word “Easter” The word ‘Easter” does not come from Ishtar or Astarte! This does not even make linguistic sense since words from those languages do not migrate into English. Quote==Because the English Anglo/Saxon language originally derived from the Germanic, there are many similarities between German and English. Many English writers … Read More

Prison Ministry Update – March 2019

April 9, 2019By ARCGeneral Apologetics

By Clete Hux – There have been some new developments and adjustments in ARC’s prison ministry in the last few months. I’m glad to bring this report.  (FCI) Federal Correctional Institute (Talladega, Al.) In our last update, a report was given about the Comparative Religions Course taught at the Federal Correctional Institute in Talladega, Al. We … Read More

Canadian Fined $55K for calling a male a male

April 9, 2019By ARCCulture

By Dr. Michael L. Brown– We told you this was coming. We warned you it would happen. We were not crying wolf. We were telling you the truth. And now it is here, as a headline announces: “Canadian tribunal fines Bill Whatcott $55,000 for expressing Christian views on ‘transgenderism.’” In other words, Whatcott called a … Read More

Episode 9: A Discussion About Yoga and Christianity

March 5, 2019By ARCCulture

By Mary Eady -Truthxchange Podcast/January 29, 2016 Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 56:53 | Recorded on January 25, 2016 The meaning behind yoga has often been so downplayed that many view yoga as merely physical exercise. But when we look carefully at the postures and techniques of yoga, we find that each element is designed to facilitate … Read More

Is Revoice LGBT+ Thriving Through Cover Up In PCA / Missouri Presbytery?

March 5, 2019By ARCCulture

The “Investigation” of ‘Revoice’ in the PCA. In October of this year the session of Memorial Presbyterian Church “referenced” Missouri Presbytery (BCO 31.2 & 4.1-4), asking the presbytery to investigate and rule on allegations against them and their Pastor regarding their hosting of the Revoice Conference in July. In response to Memorial’s request, the Moderator … Read More

‘God’s Voice’ Conference Versus ‘Revoice’

March 5, 2019By ARCCulture

by Al Baker – Every speaker, and those giving their testimonies at the God’s Voice Conference, some of whom were former homosexuals, didn’t affirm the message of Revoice. They utterly repudiated it. God’s Voice believes God can and does change people. They can be delivered from the sin of homosexuality, transgenderism, and same-sex attraction. The … Read More

Molech’s Victory

February 28, 2019By ARCCulture

By Joseph E Torres – One purpose of a dam is to hold back destructive flood waters from a nearby settlement, city, or town. They serve as barriers against the annihilation of a people group, protection against forces that would render their way of live uninhabitable. In largely secular Europe, this is the role Ireland … Read More