Human nature has us seeing the flaws in people fairly easily. It's like there is this "thing" in us that automatically searches out the flaws in others. It's not a good thing, Jesus addressed it in different ways, using the plank parable amongst many other teachings on being "self righteous or pious." His entire time … Continue reading Give Me A Heart Like Yours Lord!
Many people in today's world suffer from anxiety, fear, worry and stress. It seems as if a spiritual war is going on in our emotions that effects even the most devoted of Christians. The Bible repeatedly tells us to fear not, and it instructs us to not worry, yet even aware of these scriptures we … Continue reading Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled Challenge
Over an absolutely delicious and somewhat strong cup of joe this morning I am meditating on 1 John 3:23-24 “And this is his commandment, That we should believe on the name of his Son Jesus Christ, and love one another, as he gave us commandment. And he that keepeth his commandments dwelleth in him, and … Continue reading Believe & Love : Our Christian Manifesto
I love Sundays. Such a beautiful day to relax and fellowship with the Lord and other believers. I attend the morning service and then we all go someplace nice to eat. It's such a beautiful time of fellowship and sharing in Gods Love. I usually come home and relax for a few hours, make some … Continue reading Anyone Else Just Love Sundays ?
Recently I have been visited by a group of "Atheists" who seem hell bent on either weakening my faith or loosening my resolve or I don't know what they are doing. I believe it is just a spiritual circumstance of being a Christian. So I have written this article to help me in the future … Continue reading The Religion of Non-Reason Reason : Atheism
It's now one o'clock in the morning here in the U.S and what am I doing? Drinking coffee, and writing. This is my outlet, my steam valve so to speak, the process by which I allow the excess pressure of life to be released. We all have one, mine is writing. The pressure is inevitable, … Continue reading And This Too Shall Pass…
This last conference, Summit III (December 10-13, 1986), drafted the Chicago Statement on Biblical Application. With this statement the proposed scholarly work of ICBI has been completed, for the doctrine of inerrancy has thus been defined, interpreted, and applied by many of the leading evangelical scholars of our day.
Summit I of the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy took place in Chicago on October 26-28, 1978 for the purpose of affirming afresh the doctrine of the inerrancy of Scripture, making clear the understanding of it and warning against its denial. In the seven years since Summit I, God has blessed that effort in ways … Continue reading The Chicago Statement On Biblical Hermeneutics (1982)
"The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy was formulated in 1978 by approximately 300 evangelical scholars at a conference sponsored by the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, held in Chicago. The statement was designed to defend the position of Biblical inerrancy against trends toward liberal conceptions of Scripture and higher biblical criticism. " - Theopedia THE … Continue reading The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy (1978)
Actions speak louder than words. Is that not one of the truest statements ever made, or what? In our Christian walk it applies perhaps even with greater brevity. Everyday you wake up and go out into the world to be the light of Jesus Christ to a lost and suffering world. The devil wants you … Continue reading A Reproducible Walk With The Lord