Category Archives: Defining Christian Beliefs

Palm Sunday and All of Jesus

As Christians when we interact with others are we being Jesus to them or are we being just a moment in Jesus’s life? Because in the same way we need to be careful to not use one verse in the … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Experiences with Christians’ Perspectives on Fiction

Being a fiction writer of young adult Christian suspense and action/adventure novels, I have encountered a lot of interesting comments over the years from Christians about their perspectives on the value of fiction writing, and consequently fiction writers. Many Christians … Continue reading

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What is God’s Parenting Stye? (Part 3)

During this series, we’ve been looking at God’s parenting style and how seriously God takes parenting His children. He clearly defines for His children what is right and wrong and what He expects in this regard. He also lays out … Continue reading

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What is God’s Parenting Stye? (Part 2)

Last week we talked about how in the context of life and death situations God’s parenting style doesn’t seem so harsh but actually the healthy and helpful response of a loving parent. And as I promised you last week, this … Continue reading

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What is God’s Parenting Stye? (Part 1)

Over the years I have observed many different people utilize very distinctive and diverse parenting styles. This got me thinking about the fact that God is also a parent and likely has His own parenting style. Once I started to … Continue reading

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God’s Ways Are Not Our Ways

I’ve often thought how interesting it is that God chose to send His Son as a baby and not just place Him on earth as an adult. Sending a child that will need to grow up seems like an inefficient … Continue reading

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God Does Not Force Us, Rather He Gives Us Freedom

Recently, I have found myself contemplating freewill more and more. Being given a choice and not being forced to comply to someone else’s wishes is a reality that has always mattered deeply to me. I have always been a “why?” … Continue reading

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Are You Remembering to Exchange Your Burden for Jesus’s Yoke?

Last week we talked about the exchange that takes place when we let Christ have our sin. I want to take that a little further this week andtalk about how we need to exchange our burdens of religious behavior for … Continue reading

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Can Your Theology Truly Support Re-Defining a Day? (Part 2)

Last week we focused on the definition of “day” both in Scripture and as a Scientific definition. This week I want to take a look at the context of the verse that Christians use to argue that it could be … Continue reading

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Can Your Theology Truly Support Re-Defining a Day? (Part 1)

I keep encountering an argument made by Christians that perhaps the “day” in the Genesis Creation story is not actually a day, but rather possibly more than a day or that a day’s length was longer. First, before we get … Continue reading

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