Often times when the Christian thinks about doing righteous work, they shrink back in a sort of fear. When we think to ourselves, “On the one hand not doing righteous work makes it seem as if I am not Christian, because Christians do righteous things. On the other hand saying I need to do righteous works seems to add onto the gospel and diminish its message of a free gift.” These two things coexist.
I can hear it now, the screams of all those people who grew up actually believing that they chose God of their own free will. “What do you mean I didn’t choose God?! You mean to tell me God has complete sovereignty over his creation?! This can’t be!!!!” Before you come undone let’s discuss this topic.
In the past 6 months I have taken up an interest in the Mormon religion. The high school I attended had (and most likely still has) a huge number of Mormons that attended as well. They are the nicest and most kind people I’ve met. They are very dedicated and driven in their mission. That got me wondering, what is up with Mormonism? Continue reading “Mormonism and Ministry to the Mormons”
I am all about building the Kingdom of God with a correct world view. Recently I discovered these two theologies that have occupied my mind for some time now. These theologies teach an improper kingdom building process and a distorted un-biblcal, man-centered world view. In this post I discuss why and how we should answer. Continue reading “The New Apostolic Reformation & Moral Government Theology”
I’m often viewed as the guy who always has to have a deep theological discussion on just about anything (and I kinda like that view). I wanna find the theology in everything. But somethings just aren’t worth it. Somethings are not “a hill to die on” so to speak.
Theology is everywhere, especially in what we watch, and one of my favorite shows “Lost” is no exception. Biblical parallels and symbols can be found all over this show and one character in particular highlights our lives as believers rather well.