Glory Defined

Here's an abstract theological lesson that will bear much fruit if you wrestle it to the ground. “And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars. She was pregnant and was crying out in birth pains … Continue reading Glory Defined

Rich Mullins – 20 years after the accident: A Repost

Every once in a while I like to do a sketch on historical Christians called Walking with the Giants. Not only does it draw on a strong link to the past, but also gives us insight into present day situations knowing that Christian brothers and sisters walked with Jesus just like us and have had … Continue reading Rich Mullins – 20 years after the accident: A Repost

Guest Post by Gabriel Perez: “My Lord and My God”

One man's journey from unbelief, to doubt, to small faith. I guess at first that title doesn't seem very remarkable.  Unshakeable faith, and mountain moving faith seem to be a much better conclusion.  Bear with me please, as it's quite a journey.  It all started with my cousin Gilbert who had made a profession of … Continue reading Guest Post by Gabriel Perez: “My Lord and My God”

An Abbreviated, Biblical Understanding of Spiritual Warfare

The Origin of Satan Satan is a real, living, being.  Satan (Heb. ah-satan, literally “adversary”), synonymous with “slanderer”, “accuser”, “serpent”, “dragon”, “enemy”, “evil one” and “Lucifer” (Lucifer is only used once, cf. Is. 14:12, King James only. No modern translations use the term).  Mainly he is the accuser (Job 1:6-12; Zech 3:1-2; Rev 12:10) and … Continue reading An Abbreviated, Biblical Understanding of Spiritual Warfare

Evaluation of Domesticating the Gospel by D. A. Carson

            D.A. Carson’s commitment to Biblical truth and responsible theology is commendable in his review of Stanley Grenz’s book Renewing the Center[1].  He starts off with a summary of two theological extremes (exclusivity to either past or present theological discovery) and chooses “the golden mean”[2] between them.  Responsible theological reflection, … Continue reading Evaluation of Domesticating the Gospel by D. A. Carson