I close with what disquiets me most. It is much more than a concern over theological phraseology and doctrinal precision, as much as I’m burdened about all that. What disquiets me most is a great source of personal grief, and that personal grief is pastoral grief specifically. I am disheartened by the dearth of an urgent expression of pastoral alarm for those who’ve been taken captive by Bruxyianity. There are people who actually believe what Bruxy Cavey says about the Bible, about the atonement, and about all the other nonsense he teaches.
A great deal has now been written about Bruxy Cavey and his theology. From my perspective, this has been going on for a while. But for those who are just recently tuning in, I’ve provided a timeline of events. To better help understand things, I’ve broken things down into 5 phases, with the first phase beginning in February, 2017, and with the fifth phase still
The Gospel Coalition Canada, under the leadership of Pastor Paul Carter, just completed a trilogy of interviews with Bruxy Cavey. The purpose was to gain a clearer understanding of Cavey’s teachings, a body of teachings which I call “Bruxyianity.” My purpose in writing this is to discuss Part II yet again. Having already corrected one thing Cavey said in Part II here, I now want
What’s going on over at The Gospel Coalition Canada is quite interesting. They’ve embarked, under the leadership of Pastor Paul Carter, on a quest to learn what Bruxy Cavey thinks about some very important things in his own words as they say. So far, there have been two interviews, and we are told we can anticipate one more. The first interview dealt with the view of
I was interviewed again by the guys over at the Rebel Alliance Media Podcast as a follow up to discuss all that has transpired since my last interview. In this episode, we discuss what the Bible has to say about wolves and how that relates to Bruxy Cavey and TGC Canada’s recent interview series with him. Below is the podcast audio as well as the
At The Gospel Coalition Canada, Pastor Paul Carter has started a series of interviews to determine what Bruxy Cavey actually believes, in Cavey’s own words. I have spoken and written extensively on Bruxy Cavey already, so I was intrigued when I learned about this initiative. Having read the first interview just under a week ago and already having read and listened to a number of
Bruxy Cavey is at the center of what I believe is the most significant theological controversy Canadian Evangelicals have faced in almost 70 years. It is likely the most important controversy since the fundamentalist/modernist controversy. Once again, a generation must decide where it stands on some foundational issues, namely (1) the atonement, (2) Scripture, and (3) sexual ethics. This past Sunday, Bruxy Cavey at the
As I learned at the rink growing up, you don’t get to pick your spots. Sometimes you just end up being bashed against the boards in the corner while chasing the puck, even if you’d rather be the finesse guy gracefully twirling around the defencemen to deke out the goalie for the game winner in overtime. It is what it is.
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