Almost Heresy

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If someone were to ask you to articulate the gospel message, could you? I would imagine that some of us would falter, stumbling over our … Continue Reading

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If you’ve had your ear to the ground of Christianity, you may have noticed that there is a subtle (but very strong) shift in how … Continue Reading

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(This is the third and final part of this series. Part 1 dealt with why biblical inspiration doesn’t necessarily mean biblical inerrancy, and part 2 dealt … Continue Reading

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(Yesterday I posted the first part of this series, discussing why I don’t think that belief in biblical inspiration forces an Inerrantist View. I recommend reading … Continue Reading

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(I originally intended this to be one super long blog post, but to make things easier I’ve split it up into three smaller parts. This … Continue Reading

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Being involved in youth ministry gives you a unique perspective on God. Most ministry professionals spend a great deal of energy focusing on the serious … Continue Reading

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Well, if you recall my last post, I was dealing with the issue of whether or not it is a good theological practice to simply ask … Continue Reading

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Recently I have been struggling with a practice that I see commonly among my fellow Christians. It is something that, admittedly, I have done on … Continue Reading

I thought that this would be a good follow-up to our Theology of Non-Violence series.  Greg Boyd shares some insightful thoughts on the Hermeneutics of … Continue Reading

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Well, this kind of wraps up our blog series on a Theology of Non-Violence. If you haven’t had the chance, go back and read the … Continue Reading