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September 25, 2021
At times when you dig into a subject thoroughly, you might come to a startling conclusion that does not align with what you were taught. What do you do with these revelations? How do you validate your conclusions?
September 25, 2021
It is important for us to remember the principles laid down in scripture for our guidance in scriptural disputes.
September 25, 2021
How we deal with disagreement is crucial for the social well-being of our community, its unity, and reflects on the second great commandment, that we love one another as we love ourselves.
September 25, 2021
I thought I was sharing wisdom. I thought I was defending the Gospel message. In reality, I was a fool that only cared about my thoughts being heard. I failed to consider this person was also a member of God’s family that also derived their core values from the Bible.
September 25, 2021
All considerations of how we should behave must start with the golden rule, to treat each other as we want to be treated; and the new commandment, to love one another as Christ loved us.
September 25, 2021
The word “culture” is not found in our Scriptures. But we are all familiar with the term and how it is applied. Culture shapes the way we think and how we react to the world around us. It guides how we discern what is right or wrong, normal or abnormal. It provides a blueprint for processing of information.
September 25, 2021
It is important for us to remember the principles laid down in scripture for our guidance in scriptural disputes.
August 25, 2021
Genesis 1:26 has dual application: history and prophecy. Both must be clearly identified and not confused with each other.
August 25, 2021
When we read the book of Galatians, we often think about salvation by works versus salvation by faith, as this is one of the major teaching points of the epistle. At the same time, somehow supporting this theme, the apostle Paul quotes heavily from the prophecy of Isaiah.
May 25, 2021
Our story begins with the humanist scholar and theologian, Desiderius Erasmus, whose motto was ad fontes—to the sources.
May 25, 2021
We are willing to be open about our sins with our brothers and sisters, laying our hearts before God, asking for His help to be more like His beloved Son.
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