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?
https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=14767997 What if you can’t die and all things are yours? There is no longer any reason to fear and there is no longer any need to get anything you don’t already have. Now what? When I asked students this question, some were excited about being free to love others. Some students expressed a mixture … Continue reading Podcast #19: Contentment, Love, Honesty
Question: What’s your outlook on the current events? Or better yet, the Green V outlook versus Red Pyramid? Answer: Let's start with the familiar: the Red Pyramid world. When considering things from this worldview, most everyone is in this for him/herself, like drowning people all flailing about in different ways, all grasping at different things, … Continue reading Q&A: How to consider current turmoil in the world
When people speak of the Gospel, they often reduce it to just the forgiveness of sins. But it's so much more than that! This episode discusses the thirteen attributes of the Gospel. https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/14585513 Here you'll find a PDF of the list: Good News--13 Aspects of the Gospel
https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=14495558 This episode begins an in-depth look at the concept of redemption, and what it actually means. It’s very different from how we usually hear it discussed. How does the new way of considering redemption change the questions we ask related to our salvation?
https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/14400350 When looking at life through the Green V worldview, how do we think about God? God is at the bottom of a stack of Green Vs—He supports and provides for all. God is not aloof, insulated, or indifferent. God knows and feels the suffering of all, and more profoundly than we do because He … Continue reading What God Is Like
Shifting worldviews from Red Pyramid to Green V includes dramatic changes in the meaning and significance of nearly all essential components of life. For example, consider terms related to gender. Rather than a preoccupation with physiology, sexual liberty, and social constructs, it is the identity of relationship between people and God. Masculine terms like “father,” … Continue reading A New Way to Consider Gender
https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/14231864 For a long time on this blog, I’ve taken a look at the worldview that most people hold—a one-dimensional, material world. I’ve made reference to an alternative point of view, and am excited to dive in now. Green V world is God’s creation and the laboratory of human experience and learning. Green V world, … Continue reading A Different Way to Look at Things
It is one thing to wonder if there is another world view besides the one we assume. It is another to know there is and to know what kind of world it is. What if every means of knowing something agreed consistently in their witness to a three-dimensional universe, including Red Pyramid world and Green … Continue reading Christianity X–Let’s Begin
https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/14060804 The following look at invented worlds is admittedly too brief and too generalized, but it will serve as a basis for further thought and conversation. What matters most is the way some have realized how to manufacture newer, more enticing “worlds” of human experience. Some people discovered that a red pyramid world could be … Continue reading Invented worlds, and the pursuit of happiness