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December 2020 EDW Reported

As per tradition, I like to relay the progress of the prior month and announce what is coming up in the current month. December concludes the first full calendar year of Evangelical Dark Web operations. Unfortunately, it was a month marred by high highs and low lows. Search traffic dropped considerable and the hope is […]

March 2020 EWD Report

Every month, we like to report our progress to our readers in an effort of transparency. This is also a chance for us to announce upcoming features and news. March saw impovement from February especially with Google search traffic in which we were able to provide discerning minds information on individuals they were searching for. […]

February 2020 EWD Report

Every month, we like to report our progress to our readers in an effort of transparency. This is also a chance for us to announce upcoming features and news. February was not as great a month as January but we are making considerable progress nonetheless. February was marked by the embroiled Southern Baptist Convention which […]

The dangers of theological amateurism

This is not a hot take; it’s a late take. Sometimes it’s better to let the people who are better at reacting quickly do so, rather than rushing to react while a particular story is trendy. The departing of Marty Sampson, one of the most influential figures in contemporary worship music, was revealing of a […]

Is Social Justice compatible with Biblical Justice?

In a growing movement referred to as Woke Evangelism, there is a greater emphasis on the church playing a role in social justice issues. This movement was sizable enough for church leaders to address with the Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel. The problem, that the SSJG points out, is that the notion of […]

The Bible isn’t about you

I often find inspiration for writing on Twitter. I came across this tweet by Allie Stuckey, and found that the truth of what she spoke needed greater expounding. There are many ways to read the Bible. Some people read it sarcastically. They seek to disprove or find fault. Some people read it for perspective. They […]

John Pavlovitz’s “Christian” fail in attacking Pro-Life position

The abortion argument is a boring, but crucial argument. When engaging in debate with the pro-abortion side, they usual have three responses. The first is about moral personhood. This classic debate where the pro-abort argues that the unborn is not human. The second response is the classic feminist bumper sticker logic. Basically, unless you’re a […]