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Free Will, Calvinism, and the Character of God

First, for the sake of context, you should note that I have another article (here) that gives a summary of the views I have been speaking of in this series. That article is a summary of my eschatology. That word... Continue Reading →

White Fire: How Can a Spiritual Family Survive When We See the Same Bible in Different Ways?

In reference to Deuteronomy 33:2, the Talmud mentions rabbi Simeon (Raish) Ben Lakish who said that, "the Torah, given to Moses, was written with black fire upon white fire, sealed with fire, and swathed with bands of fire." The Jewish... Continue Reading →

Do It Anyway: Selfless Love

I need this reminder. I think all of us have days or even seasons when we need this reminder that justice, mercy, humility, faith, and love should always win, even when we don't receive that ourselves.I've experienced all of these... Continue Reading →

Loving God in the Happy Times

Loving God in the Happy Times In my last article, I talked about loving God in the hard times. For some people, that is the hardest time to believe in Him and show love towards Him. But for other people,... Continue Reading →

Acts & the Holy Spirit

Who (or what) is the Gift of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2:38? Acts 2:38 “And Peter said to them, ‘Change and be immersed every one of you by the power of Jesus Christ unto the forgiveness of your sins,... Continue Reading →

Do You Want to be Healed?

Do You Want to be Healed? A paralyzed man in John five had been disabled for almost 40 years of his life. Jesus meets this man by a pool on the Sabbath (Saturday, when nobody could legally work). Obviously, He... Continue Reading →

Logic: Valid or Sound?

Valid or Sound? If I were to tell you that all trucks are green and that I have a truck, the logical conclusion would be that my truck is green. Validity, when speaking in terms of logic, does not necessarily... Continue Reading →

Consumer Christianity

Consumer Christianity I was listening to a lecture the other day by Francis Chan, a very popular nondenominational preacher. He was talking about how he and his family went to china to do some mission work because he wanted to... Continue Reading →

Sing and Make Melody in Your Heart

Sing and Make Melody in Your Heart I believe that singing is the most under-appreciated aspect of worship. Something that is meant to be an avenue of joy, remembrance, and peace, is often looked at, by some, as boring, ritualistic,... Continue Reading →

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