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Category Archives: John 14-17
I’m not a Roman Catholic, nor do I think Pope Francis is the antichrist (or Obama, or whoever your latest villain is). Let me start there. This post continues the “unity of the faith” theme of my last post. Previously, … Continue reading
I want to share some things I’ve been pondering lately about how our relationship with the Father is critical to living the overcoming life we were meant to live. We had Jonathan and Amy Claussen, founders of Family Restoration Project, … Continue reading
Every once and a while I’ll turn my radio back on and expose myself to the theology of popular Christian music, only to be reminded again why I don’t listen to it. The other day was no exception. To be … Continue reading
Did you ever think that there are no Catholics, Protestants, Evangelicals, Fundamentalists, Pentecostals, Charismatics, you name it, in heaven? There’s only one family in perfect union with Christ, and each other, in the Father’s embrace by the Spirit (Eph.3:14-15; 2 … Continue reading
If you read my last post, I left you down the proverbial rabbit hole on the problems with being taught what to think as opposed to how to think. Today, we’ll begin working ourselves back out and into the light … Continue reading
“Religion is what you do when you don’t know you’re included.” – C. Baxter Kruger For if we don’t know that God’s plan was to place us inside the Eternal Fellowship between the Father, Son and Spirit, we must invent something else. This … Continue reading
Have we made a god in our evangelical imaginations so immovable, so self-sufficient, so transcendent, so other…that He’s unapproachable and unknowable to us? Have we made Him so lofty that we’ve forgotten that we’re in Him?
Just how do we obey Jesus? And, for that matter, how do we actually do what Jesus did? (W.W.J.A.D.) Secondly, what is the outcome of this obedience? I ask this because when you understand what I have to say, it will unlock … Continue reading
As we approach Easter, I would like to talk about a popular sentiment in our Western evangelical imaginations. And I will start with a question… Is Jesus preparing you a mansion in glory for when you die and go to heaven? Or, was He … Continue reading