We had some friends over New Year's Eve for Pizza and had a bit of a discussion of current culture changes and the best way to hear God's word. I tried to make the point about the centrality of the Bible....particularly in the sharing of the gospel. I don't think I was that Very effective… Continue reading Opening the New Year with Pizza and Milk Toast
In 1776, every European American, with the exception of about 2,500 Jews, identified himself or herself as a Christian. Moreover, approximately 98 percent of the colonists were Protestants, with the remaining 1.9 percent being Roman Catholics.Rom 3:10 As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one: Rom 3:11 There is none that understandeth, there is none… Continue reading The “None” have it….
I've been monitoring for some time one of the great debates of our culture today. One can define it differently, but it seems to be a increasing refocus of the evangelical visible church. The movement is definitely progressive, and often funded by a supportive group of billionaires. It's also powered by an increasing acceptance and… Continue reading The Great Debate…..
A friend and I recently got into a bit of a dialogue over The nature of bloggers on the Internet being critical. I don't go into the details, but he made some good points and I do fall into the trap of looking more than I should at the negative. I try to justify it… Continue reading Being distracted from MY Bible Reading