Great stuff found over on Pastor Lincoln Winter’s blog, Musings of a Country Pastor The discussions in the Koinonia Project (KP) are welcome. For years, the Wyoming District has been requesting serious theological dialogue regarding our divisions. After several convention cycles of nothing more than chirping crickets for a … Continue reading
May 24, 2015 — Pentecost Sunday
Sermon Text — Ezekiel 37:1-14
It is the Lord who opens eyes and it is the Lord who unstops ears. He loosens tongues and causes the lame to leap. Such is the One who brought us into being, who formed and fashioned us in the womb.
LadyLike: Living Biblically is an outstanding collection of forty-four short essays which provide an unapologetically biblical perspective on matters significant to life in family, church, and society today. Sisters Rebekah Curtis and Rose Adle write in a style that is engaging, easy to read, and very much to the point, and … Continue reading
Associate editor’s note: In the part 1, we saw Dr. Becker pit Jesus against Scripture and his dismissal of certain biblical books (Hebrews, James, 2 Peter, 2 John, 3 John, Jude, and Revelation), saying that they cannot serve as principal sources or norms for Christian teaching. Here in part 2, we see Dr. Becker … Continue reading
Christians are often accused of hypocrisy and intolerance. As sinners, we routinely fail to practice what we preach. However, hypocrisy is not synonymous with moral failure, Merriam-Webster notwithstanding. Hypocrisy is claiming to hold beliefs that you don’t actually hold. Samuel Johnson was right: “Nothing is more unjust, however common, than to charge with … Continue reading