Volume 2, Number 1
The second issue of The AGC Journal includes articles collected from leading conservative Bible professors, Pastors and Chaplains who have graciously allowed access to their work. New to this volume is the inclusion of book reports which are practical and current, namely, Biblical counseling and a theological assessment of the Woke Movement. In short, there should be something for everyone in this issue.
Accuracy Matters When Souls Are At Stake —William D. Barrick
George Whitefield, the Revolutionary War in America, and the American Military Chaplaincy [Part 2] — Kenneth Lawson
Chaplain Walter Colton and the California Gold Rush — Dr. Timothy J. Demy
George Washington’s Sacred Fire — Peter A. Lillback
Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement Is Hijacking the Gospel—and the Way to Stop It. — Richard Mayhue
Is It Abuse? A Biblical Guide to Identifying Domestic Abuse and Helping Victims — Andrew B. Lawson
Volume 1, Number 1
This issue of The AGC Journal takes a careful, historical look the truth of how this nation was indeed, a specially created nation forged by a God who is interested in the affairs of humanity. You will discover the direct relationship with why we have military Chaplains in our armed forces, explore the spiritual and legal misnomer “Ministry of Presence” which is especially practical and encouraging, and be reminded of the evils and deception of Socialism.
George Whitefield, the Revolutionary War in America, and the American Military Chaplaincy — Kenneth Lawson
Chaplain “Ministry of Presence” and Disaster Relief — Kurt Johnson
Socialism IS NOT Christian — Dr. W.O.H. Garman
Rooted in the Great Commandment (Matthew 22:36-40) and the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20), and recognized by the federal government as an official ecclesiastical endorsing agency, the Associated Gospel Churches (AGC) exists to represent Biblically Christ-centered churches, for the purpose of recruiting, endorsing, educating and supporting ordained men to serve as chaplains—pastors in uniform—in publicly-restricted access institutions.