A Presentation of the Gospel–Aiming to Keep a More Full Scope in Mind

The following was originally created with a mixed audience in mind. It included both atheists and those with Christian-like views as well as Islam. The Son of God is also known as the Word of God and is as eternal as the Father and Holy Spirit. There was never a time that any member of the … Continue reading A Presentation of the Gospel–Aiming to Keep a More Full Scope in Mind

Election

Merriam-Webster.com elec·​tion | \ i-ˈlek-shən  \ Definition of election 1a: an act or process of electing the election of a new governor b: the fact of being elected her election to the Senate 2: predestination to eternal life 3: the right, power, or privilege of making a choice Etymonline.com c. 1300, eleccioun, "act of choosing" someone to occupy a position, elevation to office" (whether by one person or a body of … Continue reading Election

Adiaphora & More

Literally, "matters of indifference." Beliefs or practices which the sixteenth-century Reformers regarded as being tolerable, in that they were neither explicitly rejected nor stipulated by Scripture. For example, what ministers wore at church services was often regarded as a "matter of indifference." The concept is of importance in that it allowed the sixteenth-century reformers to … Continue reading Adiaphora & More