Monthly Archives: December 2016

Modern Theology of Race

The modern theology of race is expressed at every opportunity in terms of equality, diversity and inclusion. It always seems to be on the front burner of controlled media outlets, government edicts, and higher (or lower) education blessings – oh, … Continue reading

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Schizophrenic Theology

I love theology! From the very beginning of my Christian life over 40 years ago, theology has been my life and passion. When I think about, study, talk and write about biblical theology I feel the pleasure of God. And … Continue reading

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Finding Your Ultimate Purpose

We have a driving inner need and desire to live a life of ultimate purpose – to live a life of significance. It is often an unconscious drive, but in each individual we must know we are having a positive … Continue reading

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Spiritual Israel: The Wide Road

Modern Christianity is at the theological crossroad. Although I must say that the majority of high-octane scholars and churches don’t even realize they are at a crossroad. But they are. Jesus said there are two roads: the wide road and … Continue reading

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