So Jesus died for all our sins past, present and future. Therefore there can be no law against anything any more if it is all forgiven. 23 All things are lawful … Continue reading Logically
The following is taken from C.S. Lewis’ essay called “Why I am not a pacifist” written in 1940 and found now in a book called “Compelling Reason” published by Harper … Continue reading Being Reasonable
There is a wonderful Hebrew word called אָמֵן, ‘ʾāmēn’ from which we get our word “amen“. According to Strong’s Concordance it means “Be established, firm”. But it can also mean “Believe” … Continue reading Believe
Paul has said this a few times now: When there is no law there is no sin: For until the law sin was in the world, but sin is not … Continue reading No Law!
“If we emphasize faith does that mean we can forget about the law?” Paul asks at the end of Romans 3. And then he answers himself: “Of course not! In … Continue reading Faith
Some years ago, some people came up to Jesus and asked him about cause and effect. They were wondering if the people who had died in a recent building collapse … Continue reading Judgement?
C.S. Lewis describes Aslan in those terms to Lucy in one of his Narnia chronicles, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. The concept of a three personal God is … Continue reading He’s wild, you know. Not like a tame lion
I was sharing my last blog with my family the other night and my eldest daughter (14) challenged me to sum it up in one sentence. So here goes: Faith … Continue reading Faith comes by hearing the Word of God (Part 2)
A couple of blogs back I wrote about the conflation there is in our terminology when referring to the Word of God. Jesus Christ is the Spirit behind the words, … Continue reading Faith comes by hearing the Word of God (Part 1)