Learning To Use Your Noggin I am a Christian young person . . . to any of my regular readers, that fact won’t surprise you. I am a 23-year old involved in pastoral ministry, working on obtaining a seminary degree, launching a part-time business, and seeking to honor Christ in each facet of life. One of the intriguing aspects of my life is that I am sort of at an in-between … [Read more...] about What Are The Major Problems Facing Young People?
Why Believe In The Inerrancy of Scripture? Hi Friends, this is part-2 in a 2-part series dealing with why I believe the Bible. If this is your first time to the blog, you can find part-1 here. Because I believe Scripture is from God, that is, I believe it is inspired by Him. I then believe in inerrancy since it is the logical deduction of inspiration. 2 Timothy … [Read more...] about Why I Believe The Bible: Inerrancy and Evidence
Foundational Worldview Commitments When we discuss an ultimate authority, we are really talking about the final standard in your worldview. As a Bible-believing Christian, the Scripture (66-books from Genesis-Revelation) is my ultimate authority. Now, at this point, I must already stop from my main thrust and give a point of clarification. I don't think anyone could … [Read more...] about Why I Believe The Bible: Let’s Discuss Ultimate Authority
1. Be Thankful One of the first lessons we can learn from the book of Colossians is to be thankful. Paul mentions the fact that he and his companions “always thank God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ when we pray for you (Colossians 1:3).” Paul was thankful for the church in Colossae because they had placed saving faith in Christ and exhibited love towards all the … [Read more...] about Five Lessons From The Book of Colossians
Clarity and Precision Two to three years ago, I was trying to decide where I would be attending seminary to train for work in the ministry. I looked at several institutions and saw many of them were replacing the sword of the Word of God with the rotting stick of worldly theories. Many would claim to be orthodox in their viewpoints and even “affirm” longstanding confessions … [Read more...] about Christianity and Wokeness