THe One Who Sets the Table: The Eschatological Vision in Isaiah & Implications for Reconciliation.

  Jonathan David Faulkner Have you read the vision of the last days sprinkled throughout the book of Isaiah? The beauty of the described coming Kingdom, a House set on the highest mountain where Rivers flow up to the summit and all the nations gather together as one. When we will “Beat our swords into …

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The Next Evangelicalism is Here.

Jonathan David Faulkner One of the books I have been recommending to people is Soong-Chan Rah’s book “The Next Evangelicalism: Freeing the Church from Western Captivity.” The book is important and though confrontational in the way it comes across (Rah has obviously been hurt) it is one that many of us need to read if …

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Lecrae, Matt & Toby, “White Evangelicalism” and “Quitting Church”

By Jonathan David Faulkner My brothers and sisters who have been following this site for a while know that a huge part of my story has been a journey from hating the Church and its people, but still being a Christian, to falling in love with and developing a heart for the people of God …

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In Loving Memory of my Grandfather, Walter Whitson (1933-2017)

Jonathan David Faulkner   Few things are more disconcerting than waking up to a strange man in your room. Especially when you’re staying with total strangers in the final days leading up to your wedding. I suppose it makes it better that the person is trusted by your bride but I also suppose though that …

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