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This was probably one of the more formative books in my own spiritual development. And now Steve Taylor has made a movie about it. God I want it to be sooooo good. (ht)
I had a thought the other day. If God’s judgment leaves someone out of the Kingdom of Heaven, which can be rationally described as hell, then I’m going to hell. Did I get your attention? Here’s why I’m going to hell. The broad assumption in evangelical Christianity is that in order to enter the Kingdom of Heaven, one must speak …
Harold Camping was wrong. And with a big THUD the world responds with a collective, “I told you so.” But I think people like Harold Camping are good for Christianity. And as strange as that may seem, here why. When someone of Camping’s power (he’s very wealthy and influential) steps up and makes a prediction, people take notice. With 5,000 …
Is God’s Word Inerrant? I don’t know but it’s an interesting question. I don’t have any issue with someone believing it is, or believing it’s not. A friend of mine recently told me that in order to get a job with a ministry, he had to sign a statement of faith which included, among other things, the words, “All Scripture …
Found this interesting. It’s easy to base our determination of who is a Christian based on how “good” we follow, making it a religion once again. What do you think?
So I’m leading a class that explores a postmodern understanding of the Gospel. The dialog walks through my book and looks at the tension within the Gospel. In each of the first two classes the students have commented on the process of seeing the Gospel in a different way, the experience they encounter in their bodies, and the process of …
Is grace true for an individual, from God’s perspective, if they haven’t consciously acknowledged it?
The Tragic Paradox of the Christian Jerk from Quest Church on Vimeo. Preach it brother. PS: Eugene also wrote a post on it. Post Update: The blog posts comments got messed up so I’m posting this again.
“It also strikes me that truth is never afraid of questions, and when questions are rendered off limits, it at least creates the impression that it is not truth that is being sought, but rather a maintaining of the status-quo.” Matthew Paul Turner, Orthodoxy vs. Heresy: A Power Game?