On Well Known Skeptics becoming maybe a bit of a christian
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
3M ago
Got a note about a well known skeptic becoming a Christian through the ministrations of apologetic works. Interested, I went to the sites and read the details, hopeful. The convert though was busily reinterpreting the Christian faith, denying the creation, the trinity, the hypostatic union, the existence of heaven, the life of the spirit separate ..read more
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A Testimony to Raquel Welch
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
3M ago
As to Raquel Welch, thank you for your many condolences. She was a wonderful lady and a fine Christian. The children have taken it a bit hard as they have many fond memories. I’ll tell you a few things the usual sources won’t tell you. First, she was a sincere Christian and an active church ..read more
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The Utterance of The High Priest Zechariah
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
5M ago
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The End of the Big Bang
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
6M ago
We’re living in the age of the end of the Big Bang. It was always a weird interpretation of the universe but bought in on by no one more than Christians themselves. The temptation was the congruous relationship between the faith and the sciences, but sciences are always based upon human observation and limited to ..read more
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The reasons we sing through the 150 Psalms:
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
10M ago
The reasons we sing through the 150 Psalms are: CSN ..read more
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The Westminster Larger Catechism as the Framework for Reformed Christian Ethics
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
11M ago
The Westminster Larger Catechism is the preeminent statement of the Christian faith in catechal form (questions and answers). It is the best and clearest restatement in systematic form of what the Bible teaches in an abridged presentation for the interested reader. With this, it’s common to meet Pastors and Elders that have never read it ..read more
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An evolving situation…
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
1y ago
If you begin with non living matter, waiting 7 seconds or 7 billion years does not change the fundamental problem. In Christian thought, non physical, sentient, conscious and personal being pre-existed the physical universe and so that is how we find the answer to the problem. Personality is eternal and the universe is not. Personality ..read more
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Signs of the unconverted in the church
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
1y ago
From, “The seven signs of the unconverted in the church” The first and second are so easy that they’re easily passed by but that one believes gospel truths and does not believe things to the contrary are signs of regeneration and faith. Faith itself, as a gift from God, includes a believing that certain things ..read more
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The normal context for faith and conversion other than the gospel itself…
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
1y ago
The normal context for faith and conversion, the most common means that God uses other than the preaching of the gospel itself, is to have Christian parents that take their children to church. This method blows away every system, ministry, evangelism program, all conferences, youth groups, home schools, counseling, co-ops and and strategic impulses. This ..read more
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Key identifiers that you’re getting gaslighted by a theological liberal
Christian Theology
by Christian Theology
1y ago
It’s hard to identify the contemporary theological liberal movements because they are shrouded in traditionally conservative language and hidden in ostensibly conservative institutions. Here are a few key identifiers: 1. Talk big ”gospel” but small Bible. 2. Imply that Jesus wanted everyone to be nice and get along rather than fight for what is good ..read more
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