Tag Archives: Spiritual discernment

Two kinds of knowing

As I’ve been reading John I’m seeing two very different kinds of knowing—two types of confidence. On the one hand, we see the religious elite of Jesus’ day who were confident because of their doctrinal traditions, education, and position. On … Continue reading

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Understanding prophecy under the New Covenant

The subject of prophecy is outside the parameters of my blog but I thought it important that I tag this on to my last two posts. New Testament prophecy and the function of prophets is probably one of the most … Continue reading

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Test All Things

Originally posted on Beyond the Map:
There is no shortage of wranglings over theological private interpretations of Scripture, so how do we evaluate whether something is valid or not.  Should we follow the loudest voice, stick to tradition, get offended at…

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