July 5, 2022

Category: kingdom of God

Bible, Christian, kingdom of God, true Christian

Trust Me, I’m a Doctor

“Trust Me, I’m a Doctor.” I have seen that quip on a T-shirt once in the attempt to be amusing. But what if one claims to be a physician, but has no medical knowledge and no credentials? This person would be a fake! This person, if trying to practice medicine, would be rightfully punished. However, […]

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Thou Shalt Be Strange
Bible, Biblical word definitions, Christian, church, discipleship, exegesis, faith, kingdom of God, looking different from the world, true Christian, world

Thou Shalt Be Strange

Are Christians supposed to be “peculiar people?” At first blush this might seem true, and it is in some ways (1). However, it is false if one means that we have to be “strange”,  “weird”, or “peculiar.” Biblical exegesis seems to be the issue here, the Bible passages are being confused on who is doing […]

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apologetics, Bible, Christian, church, discipleship, evangelism, exegesis, forgiveness, kingdom of God, questions, religion

Big Thoughts on Christianity

These “big thoughts on Christianity” have been rattling around in my head. These are areas in my life that I have been trying to work on. Hope you can also put these principles to use! Focus on Scriptural Integrity. 1) Reading passages/verses in context reduces error and poor exegesis.2) Coming to the Scriptures to understand a concept, […]

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Bible, Christian, church, discipleship, evangelism, faith, kingdom of God, looking different from the world, true Christian

Words, Actions and Enjoyments of Some Professing Christians

It confuses and concerns me to see a professing Christian use profanity and blasphemy with no remorse (1). Also, it is disconcerting when professing followers of Christ do actions that the Scriptures teach as evil. Some openly enjoy sin, immorality and evil with no remorse or desire to flee these worldly and sinful things that we […]

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Uniformity Versus Biblical Unity

Uniformity does not constitute unity. When Christian fellowship is dependent upon extra-biblical uniformity, the source of division does not lay at the feet of those who do not abide by these demands, but rather the demanders. On the other hand, when scriptural directives are pronounced as unnecessary or even wrong, the transcendence of biblical directives […]

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