Atonement noun satisfaction or reparation for a wrong or injury; amends. (sometimes initial capital letter) Theology. the doctrine concerning the reconciliation of God and humankind, especially as accomplished through the life, suffering, and death of Christ. Christian Science. the experience of humankind's unity with God exemplified by Jesus Christ. Archaic. reconciliation; agreement. 1510s, "condition of being at one … Continue reading Atonement

Old-Earth Creationism (Creationism part 3)

Old-Earth  Is there unity among those who hold to this view? There is in regards to what has been spoken in the following questions; however, there is greater variance within this camp when compared to young-Earth. Some common names that appear include: Progressive creationism Gap theory Day-age theory Framework Hypothesis Some would also try to … Continue reading Old-Earth Creationism (Creationism part 3)


What is liturgy? noun, plural liturgies. 1. a form of public worship; ritual. 2. a collection of formularies for public worship. 3. a particular arrangement of services. 4. a particular form or type of the Eucharistic service. 5. the service of the Eucharist, especially this service (Divine Liturgy) in the Eastern Church. 1550s, … Continue reading Liturgy


What is homiletics? noun, ( used with a singular verb) 1. the art of preaching; the branch of practical theology that treats of homilies or sermons. "the art of preaching," 1805, from homiletic; also see -ics.  (noun) homiletic (adj.) 1640s, "of or having to do with sermons," from Late Latin homileticus, from Greek … Continue reading Homiletics


The 5 solas of the Protestant Reformation are originally written in Latin and each indicate an aspect in the Christian faith with the world "alone" attached, or "sola". In my previous post, I addressed the topics of indulgence and salvation as it relates to the Catholic church and the Protestant Reformation. If you have not … Continue reading Sola