This article deals with four myths, misassociations, or inaccuracies associated with that place of judgment, Hell. #1 - Hell is ruled by Satan The one we call "Satan" is more like the chief of rebellion. Hell is the ultimate prison--even including him as a prisoner. To be fair, he is likely to be the most … Continue reading Myths of Hell and Satan
In many TV shows and even kids' shows, we see the forces of good battling the forces of evil. This dualism of dark versus light seems to permeate to the point that we paint our opponents at times as the darkness--whether they truly are or not. It is thereby not uncommon that people take this … Continue reading Christianity a Dualism?
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
John Leland and other Baptists contributed to the following thinking: ". . . that government is incompetent to rule over the conscience." p. 65 of The Baptists - Key People Involved in Forming a Baptist Identity, vol. II Beginnings in America by Tom Nettles
I've had more than one person make the following argument and at the time, I assumed they were right. However, upon further reflection and understanding of Scripture, I no longer agree with them. "X group ultimately failed and is no longer because they had something fundamentally wrong." They then conclude that we should never look … Continue reading Apologetic Tidbit #1
If you do not already know, this is a post that helps you the reader to become more acquainted with where I - the author of this site - stand on various topics and theological points. Keep reading to see where I stand on today's topic. Aren't they the same thing? It may be considered … Continue reading On Demons and Fallen Angels
If you don't know, this is a post that helps you the reader to become more acquainted with where I - the author of this site - stand on various topics and theological points. Keep reading to see where I stand on today's topic. This particular topic, Social Justice, has garnered quite a bit of … Continue reading On Social Justice
Original title of this work: Teetotalism Involving the Eucharist Forward - This work was originally titled as above and submitted as part of seminary, graded work. It has since gone through further editing and review to become this article. It has not only been reformatted but further adjustments made to insure points are being made … Continue reading Is It Inaccurate or Sinful to Use Real Wine in Communion? – A Research Paper
If there is no absolute by which to judge society,society is absolute.Francis Schaeffer - Christian philosopher, evangelical church leader, and author
The short answer is that yes Christians do meditate. However, what is it composed of? What is biblically accurate Christian meditation? Various meditation methods around the world will have you spend time using controlled breathing methods, repeated phrases, clearing the mind, particular exercise and so on during meditation. They often fixate on achieving an altered … Continue reading Christians Meditate?