Enjoying the Word of God

The Bible is really an incredible book. Written over 1500 years by 40 different authors on 3 continents in 3 different languages (a little Aramaic never hurt anybody), all presenting one unified story about Christ and His Church (check out this visual representation of all the cross references in this unified word). The Bible has... Continue Reading →

The Present Jesus

What kind of Christ do you have? I'm afraid many Christians' Christ is merely historical, someone they appreciate from the past and to whom they are indebted. Other Christians' Christ is futuristic and apocalyptic, soon to come to earth as the triumphant King. These are both equally true aspects of Christ, but I want to... Continue Reading →

The New Creation

For neither is circumcision anything nor uncircumcision, but a new creation is what matters (Gal. 6:15). Be it ascending a Fourteener in the Rockies or overlooking the Grand Canyon, creation truly has the ability to inspire and bring about worship and reverence towards God. One can't help but praise the Creator when watching thunderous storm... Continue Reading →

Grace (not just a free gift)

"Sola gratia" (by grace alone) made up one of the five "solae" pillars of the Protestant Reformation. The great truth recovered there stemmed from Ephesians 2 where the Apostle Paul declared: For by grace you have been saved through faith, and this not of yourselves; it is a gift of God; not of works that... Continue Reading →

The Seven (Prophetic) Churches of Revelation 2-3

The Book of Revelation (not "Revelations") remains a mystery in the minds of the majority of believers. The thought of reading and studying the book intimidates even the most serene of Christians. And who could blame them given its seemingly mythological content of multi-headed dragons, mutated locust warriors, and a cosmic Babylonian harlot, rivaling any... Continue Reading →


And to enlighten all that they may see what the economy of the mystery is, which throughout the ages has been hidden in God, who created all things Ephesians 3:9 I've noticed in several conversations over the last few years that most believers' understanding and articulation of the gospel consists of simplistic, rather carnal principles... Continue Reading →

Biblical Cosmos

I'm quite convinced that Dante's conception of the different regions in the universe comes closer to the genuine revelation in the Bible than most Christians' simplistic, dichotomistic understanding. From my observations, this faulty view of the different regions in the biblically-portrayed universe stems from three things (of which I don't have adequate space in my... Continue Reading →


He who has a why to live can bear almost any how. - Friedrich Nietzsche With Rick Warren's The Purpose Driven Life reaching about 40 million and Viktor Frankl's Man's Search For Meaning at about 12 million copies sold, it'd be an understatement to say that people are searching for their purpose. When materialism fails to satisfy and the... Continue Reading →

The Twofoldness of the Truth

I recently posted a link to a PDF of Robert Govett's pamphlet entitled The Twofoldness of the Truth. If you're willing to read it (it's not very long), please just skip this post and read the original. If you're short on time or you're curious how I'll summarize it, feel free to continue. When it... Continue Reading →

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