An irrelevant King-sized scoreboard

From Clayton King’s Twitter feed today: Why we shouldn’t trust the media: major news outlet says Catholic Church is dwindling while 1.1 billion Catholics say “Huh?” Huh? We’ve pointed out the weakness of NewSpring’s trademarkedĀ Scoreboard argument by asking whether they’d be swayed by it if it were applied to other religions, cults and sects. King ...

Not every blessing should be turned into a press release

Perry Noble apparently didn’t enjoy our 1,000 baptisms in four minutes post a few days ago, and responded in a highly capitalized post yesterday. You can read it all here, but to save you time, here are a few excerpts: Sure, there ARE people in this world who will question what is happening in your ...

Dissent within the camp

Oh no. Steven Furtick appears to have fallen off Noble’s scoreboard wagon (to mix metaphors). He quotes this approvingly this morning: God will use the Gospel to lead men to Christ if the devil himself preaches it. And you all thought he didn’t read Pajama Pages.

SCOREBOARD is such a great argument!

Perry Noble doubled down on his scoreboard retort on Sunday, though it took me until today to really understand what he was saying. Numbers make anything right. (Why does Noble look so enraged when he lists all those great outcomes?) I don’t know why I didn’t consider it before, but SCOREBOARD is such a versatile ...