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The Confused State of Theology

January 1, 2019

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Everyone is a theologian. Period. When a person has thoughts, opinions and views on God (even if they reject the existence of God) they are practicing theology. Ligonier Ministries conducts a fairly extensive survey every two years to find out the general beliefs held by those who identify as evangelical Christians.  This past year’s results […]

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Christian Voices of Authority

October 22, 2015


 So have you been following the politics and back-door scheming currently going on in the Roman Catholic Church lately?  Myself, I haven’t been keeping real close tabs on it all, but the general movement of what’s going on has been of some interest to me simply because it has so much to do with theological […]

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Theology is Only for Pastors…Right?

June 26, 2013


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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Think about it…

January 29, 2011


If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. 1 John 1:9 Notice anything interesting in the verse above?  It doesn’t say He is faithful and merciful, it says He is faithful and just.  How can a just God forgive us of […]

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What Theology Is…and what it isn’t

December 30, 2010


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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