Category Archives: Theology

3 P’s of God’s Goodness

Throughout the month of November I want to deliver a few blog post messages on the theme of the Four Pillars of Thanksgiving. One of the most lacking abilities in our culture is to be thankful for the things around … Continue reading

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Image and Substance

One of the easiest ways to teach a subject is to use object lessons. They are the bread and butter of every poet. “Bread and butter” is actually an image that means it is a staple. They bring a vivid … Continue reading

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Dangerous Dogma

Throughout my life, I have always leaned toward the contemplative Christianity stream. I love knowledge. I see it as a door to open my relationship with Christ to new and deeper levels. To understand more is to be able to … Continue reading

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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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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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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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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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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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No Other Book Part 2: Authority of Scripture

Why should we do with the Bible tells us to do? Most people don’t even consider what God thinks about their actions. They just do whatever they want. But Christians are called by the Bible to live a certain way. … Continue reading

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No Other Book Part 1: Inspiration of Scripture

People question the Bible’s composition, transmission, and whether there are books missing. This series adds reason to faith concerning the Scriptures for every believer. It is also designed to give you loads of information that you can give to those … Continue reading

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