Podcast #28: Being Ambassadors for the Kingdom of Heaven

https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=15598148 Now that we have seen models for two vastly different worldviews and considered how that affects the meaning of words we use, it is time to take up our work as ambassadors for the kingdom of heaven. First, let us consider the advantages of the kingdom to which we belong and represent as ambassadors. … Continue reading Podcast #28: Being Ambassadors for the Kingdom of Heaven

Podcast #26: The Problem with the Problem of Evil

If there is a God, and God is good, why is there evil in the world?  That is the premise of the problem of evil, and it's overwhelmingly why people move in the direction of atheism.  But I'll challenge that idea by considering life through the lens of different worldviews. https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=15397136 What challenges do you … Continue reading Podcast #26: The Problem with the Problem of Evil

Podcast #24: Defining male and female

When you ask people to define what male and female is, they will start with talking about anatomy.  This is a one-dimensional view of life. I invite you to consider male and female through the perspective of a three-dimensional worldview.  Get ready to reset everything you have traditionally thought. https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=15227858 Want to read more?  Visit … Continue reading Podcast #24: Defining male and female

Podcast #22: Defining Life and Death

In a one-dimensional worldview, we're used to considering life as only physical, material.  And death is defined as someone's physiology shutting down. A three-dimensional perspective completely changes how we view life and death.  In fact, death is hardly in the equation!  Listen in to learn about the difference. https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=15041087 Questions about anything you've heard?  Contact … Continue reading Podcast #22: Defining Life and Death

Changing the direction of the conversation

A three-dimensional worldview provides for Christianity X, which begins with the good message that “God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself.” From before creation, God had accomplished universal redemption.  It is an accomplished fact, the polar opposite of the nearly universal idea in popular thinking that Christianity only gives a person the opportunity … Continue reading Changing the direction of the conversation

Who can be lost?

Green V world allows for Christianity X. Both terms are intended to reverse the direction of questions and conversations, to see the opposite of what we are used to, and to turn things “right side up.” For example, Red Pyramid world, understandably, makes people preoccupied with themselves as physical beings in time. Green V world … Continue reading Who can be lost?