As I’ve been having a bit of a break from my school work, I’ve spent a bit of time slowing down from composing thoughts onto a computer and putting them on my blog, and instead I’ve been contemplating some on the life of Christians and the daily realities we face. This has taken the form … More Some musings on Christian life
With the emerging church becoming a major influence in Western thought and the idea of what a Christian is, there is much to discuss in order to see the impact of the emerging church and how to respond to the developments in theology it brings. The other thing to be clear regarding is the difference … More Emerging Church??? Is it Biblical?
To preface this post, this topic is specifically on what Biblical Theology is as a science, not as a reference to what is Biblical for there are biblical concepts which are not explicitly taught in scripture. This is a reference more specifically to what can be gained from the Bible directly. As I read through … More What is Biblical Theology?
Introduction The book of Romans is one of the most deep [O1] theological books in the Bible and develops any[O2] areas of theology. The letter starts out [O3] with Paul’s longing to visit Rome and you[O4] gives the idea that Paul’s thought he may never make it to Rome due to how he sets forth a very … More Romans 7:7-25
Today, as I was reading, Ephesians 2, I noticed it is tied back to everything in chapter one. However, instead of talking about non-Christians, it reminds Christians of where they came from which happens to be the same state as non-Christians, therefore we can read this to know two things, one the past state of … More Ephesians 2:1-10
In the second chapter of Titus we see Paul focus teachings to different groups of people. These groups came down to older men, older women and slaves, with a section on what the older women should teach the younger women included. None of these groups are the elders that were mentioned in the previous chapter. … More Titus 2: What Christians Should Know
INTRODUCTION The book of James is considered one of the most strict and legalistic books in the Bible. It is full of commands for Christians to live a Godly life. The book has a history of being either thrown out entirely or misunderstood. Luther essentially took James out of the Bible as far as he … More A study on James 2:18-26 – Faith Working With Deeds