New Addition to Our Ongoing Series on Theological Variety. The Different Views on Sanctification.
Christianity: The Hardest Easy Thing You can Ever Choose to Do.
Are we saved by Faith alone?
Forsaking the Fellowship
We should be spending time in solitary study and prayer and worship, because sometimes that is where we gain a deeper understanding and “hear” God more clearly because we have removed all distraction. But if we rely upon that alone and forsake the fellowship of our brothers and sisters we all become stagnant, useless, and lonely in ourselves.
The False God
Is the God we reflect the God that exists?
Going Against the Grain
Sometimes Millennials need to get a little abrasive!
On Legalism and Why It Doesn’t Matter At All What You Think.
" When two Christians of different denominations start arguing, it is usually not long before one asks whether such-and-such a point 'really matters' and the other one replies: 'Matter? Why it’s absolutely essential.' "
#metoo: A Call to Empathy
According to Tarana Burke, the founder of the “MeToo” campaign, “’Me Too’ is about using the power of empathy to stomp out shame.” There’s no better way to describe it. Empathy, not only the emotion of caring and sympathy, but action behind it. The #metoo has provided a means, an outlet, and a united front... Continue Reading →
The Case for Divinity Part 2: The Claims
A common misconception about Jesus is that he never claimed to be God. Many who deny his divinity love to point this out. It is true, he never actually said the words “I am God,” but what he didn’t say is not as important as what he did say. And there are times where what... Continue Reading →
The Case for Divinity Part 1: Nature
Ever wonder why Christians believe Jesus is God?
State of the Faith Part 3: The Counter-Movement.
While corporate churches lose their focus, a new movement strives to bring it back.