Tag Archives: christian theology

Today (more than ever) Theology Matters

February 17, 2015

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Theology matters.  I know, I know, just the word “theology” sounds boring, right?  It makes us think of bearded old men in libraries who obviously don’t have enough energy and zest to go live their faith so they sit around a table in outdated suits and vests just talking about it.  But let me shock […]

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Theology is Only for Pastors…Right?

June 26, 2013

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It seems this is the belief that many modern professing Christians hold.  That Theology, the study and understanding of God, is for the brainiacs and the professionals, not the regular everyday Christian (or even the Sunday school teachers and deacons).  May I suggest that this view is why so many Christians have that “something is wrong” […]

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Dangerous Places – a new series

March 22, 2011

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This post will be the first in a new series of ChurchSalt posts.  I am not sure how long we will go with this series (I am planning on initially publishing one a week), but I think they will prove to be helpful for many folks out there.   This series is called “Dangerous Places” and […]

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What Theology Is…and what it isn’t

December 30, 2010

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Mirriam-Webster defines theology as follows: : the study of religious faith, practice, and experience; especially : the study of God and of God’s relation to the world In simple terms, theology is what you believe about God, why you believe it, and how it affects your life.  Everyone “does” theology.  Even an atheist does theology […]

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Have You Met The Grey god?

November 27, 2010

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You may think that the Grey god is a facet of modern theology that is found only in the liberal-leaning churches, but I submit to you that this view has crept into almost all modern churches in some form or another, especially in the youth programs. But I am getting ahead of myself.  Let me […]

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Should you “Make Jesus your Lord”?

September 10, 2010

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Great article from the pages of DefCon.  Read the snippet below and follow the link to read the article in its’ entirety… Is it necessary, for a person who is saved, to confess Jesus Christ as Lord? Well, the answer to that question is, of course–YES!! I have put together a couple videos, based on […]

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New Audio Sermon – The Severity of Sin

July 19, 2010

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NEW! Another sermon has been added to our page of free audio resources. It is titled “The Severity of Sin” and it is a look at exactly how serious sin really is (it is more serious than you think!)  Have you ever asked yourself questions like these: Why do bad things happen to good people? How […]

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rambling theology on Sin & The Cross

July 3, 2010

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This post is my logic, my own thoughts and theology (such as it is) on the incredible thing that Jesus Christ did for us on the Cross.  When I say “us” I am referring to those who are saved, the redeemed of the Lord.  When Christ provided atonement for our crimes against God (our sins) he […]

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