And, what is “Big Eva”?
Before I introduce my main point, I want to point out, that it was common for Jesus and His Apostles to deal with false teachers and false prophets within the Church. Here are some links for your study:
We are hearing about and reading about so many being SHIPWRECKED with regard to their faith. What is this world is going on? And how is this happening?
SHIPWRECKED – a noun
- The destruction or loss of a ship, as by sinking.
- The remains of a wrecked ship.
- Destruction or ruin: the shipwreck of one’s hopes.
Verb (used with object)
- To cause suffering in shipwreck.
- To destroy; ruin.
Just in the small area where I live, in the past few years, there have been and are, at least 3 major Christian SHIPWRECKS on public display. I will point out on one, but, here is a link to others: CHURCH SHIPWRECKS IN NAPLES, FL
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Now, finally, what about Big Eva?
“Big Eva” is not a large German who works in border control for the Bundesrepublik. Big Eva is a term for the network of large evangelical organizations and conferences that seeks to shape the thinking and strategy of the American evangelical churches. (“Big Eva” = “Big Evangelical Churches, organizations and conferences”)
“What Big Eva has done is, create an economy of power, people, and indeed money which is non-ecclesiastical but highly influential within evangelical churches. It is a populist movement of tremendous influence and minimal accountability. It provides an identity for its most passionate acolytes.
“And because it promises rewards to individuals and organizations – influence, students, platform – it is both very hard to criticize and functionally unaccountable to any but its own. The Trinity controversy of two years ago was a case in point: no church creed had ever taught the nonsense that had become so pervasive in evangelicalism. Quite the contrary – the creedal history of the church was arguably constructed to exclude precisely the kind of views that were being espoused. But key conferences and key organizations had a vested interest in sidestepping orthodoxy and demonizing any who pointed that out.
“An aspiring movement, to direct and shape the policies and testimony of the church, is quite another thing. (This is what has been done, or, put more bluntly, ‘What have we done?’ Selected and edited (comments from Carl Trueman, “Revoice, Evangelical Culture, and the Return of an Old Friend” July 31, 2018).
Here are links to several other notable and tragic recent SHIPWRECKS:
Harvest Chapel, Sandwich, Illinois and James MacDonald https://www.christianitytoday.com/news/2019/february/james-macdonald-fired-harvest-bible-chapel.html
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The Apostle Paul instructed Timothy in 1 Timothy 1:18, saying, “This command I entrust to you, Timothy, my son, in accordance with the prophecies previously made concerning you, that by them, you fight the good fight, 19 keeping faith and a good conscience, which some have rejected and suffered shipwreck in regard to their faith.”
This is advice to all Christians. Let’s heed the words of the Apostle Paul and stay vigilant and “fight the good fight”, and God will be with us.
Your Brother and Friend,