Author Archives: Jonathan Srock

Divine Mystery

We live in an incredible and unprecedented time. People call this the information age. And for good reason. We have more information and knowledge of our fingertips and at any other time in history. We are breaking barriers left and … Continue reading

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3 Holiness Goals

Since the creation and perfection of the modern vehicle, humans have been able to travel further differences than ever before. Empires could only be as large as the transportation available at the time. When horses were bred for writing, empires … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Go to Church

With the advent of streaming video and audio services online, churches are joining in to this technology and posting their services. You can now watch a service from anywhere within the Internet connection! This is a wonderful gift, but is … Continue reading

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Principles That Last

Once people realize what we’re talking about when we mention holiness, one of the first things they might say is that our morals and attempts to please God are thoroughly outdated. Why would we follow a thousands-of-years-old book? On top … Continue reading

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Reflections on Making God’s Word Your Priority

We’ve talked a lot about the Bible in these last six posts. We’ve discussed everything from how the Canon was formed to the inspiration of the Holy Spirit in writing the books to its authority in our lives. We’ve covered … Continue reading

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Thou Shalt Not…

One of the first things that comes to our minds when we start talking about holiness is the Ten Commandments. Just about everyone comes face-to-face with what they think is the only forceful way that God has to make us … Continue reading

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Trying Something New

I’ve noticed that I haven’t been very efficient lately. In the efforts to write my first book, the one on holiness, I began finding all kinds of resources and beginning to go through them. I joined an online community of … Continue reading

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Missing Books? Part 2: Pseudepigrapha and Other Writings

Last time we considered the Old Testament Apocrypha, books written between the time of Malachi and the beginning of the New Testament. I want to discuss works written after the New Testament, after about 95-96 AD. These range from the … Continue reading

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The Principle Thing

I’ve been in some churches where the rules, either written or unwritten, were the law of the land. There’s nothing wrong with this as long as everyone in the community is willing to submit to such rules. I’ve also been … Continue reading

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Missing Books? Part 1: Old Testament Apocrypha

We’ve been discussing how the Canon of the Bible was made, its inspiration, and authority. This raises several questions about which books belong in the Bible and which books don’t. From time to time in the media and scholarship, someone … Continue reading

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