Why do we stand up when we sing hymns?
Lately I have had a theme in many of my posts. You may have noticed it and I cannot say that the theme was my intention. I think a lot of it has to do with what God is revealing to me and so that theme tends to bleed out into my posts. The theme[Continue Reading...]
From time to time I hear about people who are “On Fire for Jesus!” Recently I heard a sermon about how we should check ourselves to see if we are the type of Christian God has called us to be. He used the example of a counterfeit bill. He said that bankers are trained to[Continue Reading...]
Why do we spend so little time thinking about what happens on Sunday morning, but place such a high value on attending on Sunday morning?
Before I discuss our Bible, let me sum up what I have talked about so far. First, in Inerrancy – Part 1: Doctrine of Inerrancy, I discussed the basics of this doctrine. I also eluded to the fact that this doctrine is essentially useless to us because it makes claims only about writings that we[Continue Reading...]
What is Scripture? The word, “scripture” occurs 32 times in the NKJV and 32 times in the NASB, but the list is slightly different. The NKJV list includes Daniel 10:21, the NASB does not. The NASB list includes 1 Timothy 4:13 (but it is marked to show that it is not in the Greek, merely[Continue Reading...]
I have decided to write a series on about Biblical Inerrancy. There are three things I want to discuss in this series; first, the Doctrine of Inerrancy; second, the word Scripture; and third, how our Bible fits into the picture and I will conclude with how we should respond to these three things. The Doctrine[Continue Reading...]
Why choose, when you can have the best of both worlds? Yes… we are those people…
Allan asked a couple of excellent questions on my previous post, Email: Church Covenant – Part 4. This is what Allan said: Furthermore, in the limited time since reading your blog (I have not read it all, nor do I intend to), I have a question for you. It relates to the “Church issues” I[Continue Reading...]