Of all the goals a Christian can have, one that begs for importance is the ability to look into the Scriptures, read the very words of God, and discover and decide on the meaning and application for oneself. This need may be given over to one that has what others may see as an advanced … Continue reading The Quest for Understandable Hermeneutics
The Christian Mind: How Should a Christian Think? was originally published in 1963 and written by Harry Blamires who has been described by sources as an Anglican theologian, a literary critic, and a novelist – attributes to which this writer would include noetic philosopher. The edition of Blamires’ work that is under consideration herein forms part … Continue reading The Christian Mind
In Theology of Hope: On the Ground and Implications of a Christian Eschatology, Jürgen Moltmann, a German Reformed Theologian, presents an argument for the hope that is within every Christian, and links that hope to the final end to which Christians look for assurance and direction. The work may be briefly described as a theological/philosophical … Continue reading Theology of Hope
Communicating for a Change, a book co-written by Andy Stanley and Ronald Lane Jones, was printed in 2006 by Multnomah Books with the stated purpose written into the title – how to create and present an effective public discourse in such a way as to not only convey information, but also to achieve a goal … Continue reading Communicating for a Change
The doctrine of hell is certainly a Biblical topic, and a such one has a duty to examine the Scriptures in such a way that a conclusion will be supported by valid hermeneutics and exegesis. Every biblical topic has some type of controversy surrounding it, whether the controversy stems from an understanding (or misunderstanding) of … Continue reading Punishment, Destruction, and Banishment: The Traditional Language of Hell
it's been a bit since I've posted so I thought a recipe that I've always found very tasty might serve as a teaser, some thing just to pass the time. This is one of my favorite meals so I thought I'd pass it along. I am currently working on a book - Theology of Hope … Continue reading Sweet Chili Chicken
How a person interprets a given document is of great importance since different documents have specific interpretative rules to which it is subject. Poetry has a different structure, writing rules, and interpretative rules than Historical documents. The same can also be applied to the Scriptures when one deals with Prophecy as opposed to Apocalyptic writings. … Continue reading Shhhh!