Here are some principles and recommendations in how to “take every thought captive to obey Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:3-5) Remain faithful in the reading and study of the Holy Scriptures, which are God’s cognitive revelation of himself and the ways of salvation (2 Timothy 3:15-16). Acquire and use study aids such as one or more … Continue reading Principles For Taking Every Thought Captive: Part I
Yesterday, December 15, 2014, I gave a twenty-miunte interview on Kelly and Company (KUNS, Denver) on the question, “Do dogs go to heaven?” I develop a theology of animals and the afterlife. Continue reading Do Dogs Go to Heaven?
David Wells described worldliness as that system of values, in any given age, which has at its center our fallen human perspective, which displaces God and his truth from the world, and which makes sin look normal and righteousness seem strange. It thus gives great plausibility to what is morally wrong and, for that reason, … Continue reading What is Worldiness?
The biblical position on homosexuality is rooted in Genesis 1-3; this is where foundational principles for religion and relationships are laid out. God’s designed order for human sexuality is heterosexual monogamy. Male and female are equally called to serve God, love each other, and to develop and cultivate the good earth (Genesis 1-2). But through … Continue reading A Biblical View on Homosexuality
In a world scrambled by aimless philosophical speculation and ever-more commercial and marketable religious apostasy and crass superstition, we should exult in our knowledge that we personally bear the very image of God (imago Dei). Consequently, we have the God-given capacity to reasonably and spiritually respond to the Creator-God’s revelation and to know Him personally. … Continue reading A Short Theology of Listening