After “functionally atheist,” what is likely the next most critical problem for Christians? How about self-righteousness? There are three main problems, dire threats, having to do with self-righteousness. One, self-righteousness is a determination of the corruption in our human nature; pride makes us self-righteous. Two, we are greedy because we have an intense sense that … Continue reading Self-Righteousness?
Functionally atheist? Of course not; I’m a Christian. If we are Christian, why do our lives seem to be so much like the lives of non-Christians? This is the very question that is on the minds of many non-Christians. What is going on? First, our human nature has not and will not change: "That which … Continue reading Functionally Atheist?
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What does it look like to live with awareness of God’s redemptive work in our lives? It changes everything! Listen in to this discussion of living each day as a Sabbath rest from every fear and worry. Do you have questions about anything you’ve heard? You can submit them here. https://oembed.libsyn.com/embed?item_id=14680394
A three-dimensional, Green V world, allows us to make sense of everything we see, hear, and experience in history, in religion, in the Bible, in modern times, and within us. In my teaching, I’ve found that having a review of the basics of the Green V worldview is helpful, since it is so radically different … Continue reading Need a refresher about this new worldview?
So many times this past week, what I heard the most often had to do with this being ". . . the most unusual Easter." One insightful preacher said, "No, the first Easter was the most unusual ever!" Could this Easter be the most like the first several years of Easter? People are meeting in … Continue reading A most unusual Easter?
The following is a Bible passage that’s unlikely to be anyone's favorite; it’s unlikely that anyone even slows down here to see what it's saying. But let's slow down in the conviction that God's Word does not return void (Isaiah 55): Hebrews 7:14-19: For it is evident that our Lord was descended from Judah, and in … Continue reading Hebrews 7–A message not to miss
Leviticus 19:17-18 is a neat literary package with a profoundly powerful message: "You shall not hate your neighbor in your heart. You shall surely rebuke your neighbor and not bear sin because of him [= share in his guilt b/c you haven't tried to keep him from it]. You shall not take revenge or bear … Continue reading Love your neighbor
Solomon wrote "Words of the wise, spoken quietly, should be heard rather than the shout of a ruler of fools [unbelievers = people dishonest about what their lives depend on]" (Ecclesiastes 9:17). Recently the governors of New York and Illinois made loud boasts about leading the way in expanding the legality of abortion. God bless … Continue reading Quietly, lovingly, persistently