I think there is an important lesson to be found in Proverbs 7 about wisdom in general from the specific example given of sexual purity.
There are often differences of interpretation that result in disagreement between those who accept the scriptures as the source of doctrinal authority. How should we conduct ourselves when confronted with such disagreement?
Remember the theological golden rule as you move on with your life: treat other people's theologies like you want yours to be treated.
The way of the cross is the only way to reconciliation with God and our fellow men. The way of the cross is the only way to the fulfillment of our duty to love God and love our neighbor.
As American Christians, let us celebrate with vigor our freedom from tyrannical political authorities and our freedom in Christ from the condemnation and slavery of sin.
While all of this is excellent as far as it goes, it doesn’t go far enough. What I mean is that these are good and right points, but they are insufficient.
Today in church service, we sang “This I Believe (The Creed)” by Hillsong Worship. It is a beautiful song. However, there is an interesting line that I disagree with and that I think highlights an issue with trinitarianism. “I believe in God our FatherI believe in Christ the SonI believe in the Holy SpiritOur God … Continue reading Our God is…One!
Would you join me in praying that God would lead us and guide us into His truth so that we could be unified?
I wish to briefly share my thoughts on one thing I believe to be a crucial component [of debate]. What is that one thing? In a word, humility.
A natural consequence of human existence is disagreement. Each of us tend to have opinions or beliefs as to the truth on any matter in question. Our interactions with others almost inevitably reach some contention as it is often the case that individuals have different beliefs and opinions on the same matter.