Tag Archives: Theology

Why The Reformation Isn’t Over

There are those who say the reformation is over. They say everyone believes we’re saved by grace. They say revival is coming, we need to partner with God and do spiritual warfare. Like Luther, I respond grace alone and faith … Continue reading

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Charisma, Corona, Clarity

It’s been almost a year since my last post on the blog and prior to that, the last few posts were about how I was processing things going on in the charismatic movement. To do a quick recap, I wrote … Continue reading

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Timeless Truths

I recently finished two modern books that were based on ministers from the past. One book was based on a sermon from Jonathan Edwards and talked about the glory of God and the other was based from the writings and … Continue reading

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Examining Beliefs and Avoiding Extremes

On August 30, 2019 I wrote a post on some troubling things happening in the Body of Christ and specifically some troubling things in charismatic circles. I made a statement towards the end of that post, make the determination now … Continue reading

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Theowhat?

I’m sitting in a coffee shop with a mocha and a water, staring at this screen with my heart full about what I want to write today but I cannot come up with a good opening to capture your attention. … Continue reading

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Reformed and Always Reforming

October 31, 2017 is the 500th anniversary of what’s known as the Protestant reformation. I thought about doing a series of posts on the history and the theology that developed from the reformation but I will leave that to Ligonier … Continue reading

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