Monthly Archives March 2014

Headship: cutting the head off a dragon

Headship: cutting the head off a dragon

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I was privileged to speak at Papio Creek Church on Sunday March 23rd on the issue of the role of women in society, church, and marriage. The goal of this message was to show people how to think through the complicated issue of headship. Below is the audio from that message. Listen Here

How we think reflects how we act.

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There is a direct correspondence between our beliefs and actions. It seems as though many Christians today view the Bible much like the Pharisees viewed the law. For the Pharisees, the law was almost an idol in that it was the means of their “salvation”. Christians often point to the bible as the means of salvation for the individual. The bible ...

Homosexuality in Western culture: a cultural/theological perspective (Part 2 of 3)

Homosexuality in Western culture: a cultural/theological perspective (Part 2 of 3)

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  PART TWO: The Theological Perspective (Revised March 5, 2014) To those who exist outside of the church, it may come as a surprise for you to know that in the last 10 years the issue of homosexuality has really divided the church. Part of the reason for this has nothing to do with the actual topic itself. Instead, it's more about the ongoing ...

Homosexuality in Western culture: a cultural/theological perspective (Part 1 of 3)

Homosexuality in Western culture: a cultural/theological perspective (Part 1 of 3)

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  PART ONE: The Cultural Perspective In general I try to keep my articles much shorter than this, however because this topic is so convoluted it required much more. In one sense this article is a result of a personal journey through my study of homosexuality within our culture. The article is divided as such: Part One: The Cultural Perspective This section aims at understanding ...

Modernism and Postmodernism Comparison Chart

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Below is a basic chart which characterizes some of the key differences between Modernism and Postmodernism. The chart is not exhaustive, but a simple introduction for those who might be unfamiliar with the differences.