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Heresy Hunting and the Gospel

There are regrettably many examples of what I call heresy hunting in the history of Christianity. These instances have usually followed closely upon periods when Christian leaders had recently attempted to clarify some aspect of doctrine or…
Faith and Certitude

Faith and Certitude

In my youth I do not recall having many conversations about how one could know if one’s Christian faith was true or not. That is, regarding faith and certitude. As I look back I think that this was mainly due to the fact that I was not particularly…
Discerning the True Church
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Discerning the True Church, Part 4

This is the final blog in this series on discerning the true church. I have waded in deep with the intention of digging down into the foundations of what makes the Church the true Church. I readily acknowledge that I have not explored all that…
Holiness and Spiritual Power

Holiness and Power, Part 2

About a week ago I observed an usual event. While driving a coyote crossed the road directly in front of my vehicle. The place in the road that he crossed had been carved out of a small hill so that on the side he was striding towards there…

Why the Church is Peculiar, Part 1

In the following postings my purpose is explain in some detail the rational for the objections I have lodged against the theological assertions summarized in prior postings. I have made assertions that I think need to be clarified further. And…
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The Wedge of Truth

My academic background (for Undergraduate studies) is in Religious Studies and History. I have long had an interest in studying other religious faiths—with a special emphasis on studying the primary beliefs and documents which adherents to…
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Contours of Transformation (Part 3)

At a prior workplace of mine the owners of the property made some changes in the landscaping around the buildings. There were some rather large trees that lined the East and West end of this business complex. A landscape crew came and cut some…
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Contours of Transformation (Part 2)

Recently the tree in the front yard of my house had to be cut down completely. There were some signs of ill health on the tree. The bark was peeling off on its own, some of the branches were obviously dead and on very windy days it appeared…