When I Debated a Calvinist

Originally posted on Calvinist Vader:
I really don’t care what you call it. It could be called “Tacoism” or “Fat Catism” for all I care, but the world calls it “Calvinism.” To me, it’s just a name to describe a set of beliefs drawn from Scripture. Yes…John Calvin was very instrumental in the revival of theses beliefs in the 16th century, but they don’t belong… Continue reading When I Debated a Calvinist

How a young apologist explains the wonders of God to an enlightened skeptic

Originally posted on The Isaiah 53:5 Project:
I got this old joke via email recently and thought it was worth sharing. Reminds me of some of the people who comment here. A boy was sitting on a park bench with one hand resting on an open Bible. He was loudly exclaiming his praise to God. “Hallelujah! Hallelujah! God is great!” he yelled without worrying whether anyone… Continue reading How a young apologist explains the wonders of God to an enlightened skeptic

SCIENTOLOGY CULT OPENS MASSIVE NEW MEDIA STUDIO TO ‘REACH EVERY PERSON ON EARTH’ — By the Blood of the Lamb

http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/scientology-cult-opens-massive-new-media-studio-reach-every-person-earth/ LINK : SCIENTOLOGY CULT OPENS MASSIVE NEW MEDIA STUDIO TO ‘REACH EVERY PERSON ON EARTH’ — By the Blood of the Lamb Continue reading SCIENTOLOGY CULT OPENS MASSIVE NEW MEDIA STUDIO TO ‘REACH EVERY PERSON ON EARTH’ — By the Blood of the Lamb

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Discipleship That Fits: The Five Kinds of Relationships God Uses to Help Us Grow

Originally posted on Reflections:
Discipleship That Fits: The Five Kinds of Relationships God Uses to Help Us Grow What do you get when you combine a book focused on the goals of Sunday service, with a book on missional communities, with a book on small groups, with a book on life-on-life apprenticeship, with a book on private spiritual disciplines? Discipleship is a word that has… Continue reading Discipleship That Fits: The Five Kinds of Relationships God Uses to Help Us Grow

He broke me, He hugged me, He healed me

Originally posted on The Isaiah 53:5 Project:
I wasn’t supposed to be there, I didn’t want to be there, I didn’t need to be there but, there I was. I gave in to the relentless invitations of a relative, drug myself out of bed early on a Sunday, and found a pew in the back of the church where I could make a quick exit if… Continue reading He broke me, He hugged me, He healed me