The Human Spirit

Every seeking Christian has a desire to experience the living God. Some believe that God is primarily experienced and known in the mind, leading them to study the scriptures daily and seek to understand it. Others believe that God is primarily experienced in the emotions, leading to an abundance of singing (usually with lots of... Continue Reading →

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Becoming What He Is

In my last post, I wrote about the doctrine of deification and it's pervading presence in the Bible and church history. Now I'd like to mark some particular aspects of God and who He is in His nature that He so graciously allows us to share in. Life "Jesus said to him, 'I am the... Continue Reading →

The Deification of Man

  In my last post, I wrote about just how far man has fallen. We are utterly fallen, satanic, dead, evil, and by nature enemies of God. Now I'd like to talk about not just our salvation, but about the end result of the salvation of man, and what exactly we become. "God became man... Continue Reading →

How Fallen is Man?

I think it's safe to say that all of us, whether we'd admit it verbally or not, have some sort of hope in ourselves. We know that we are bad, sure, but not that bad. At least not as bad as that other guy I know. Let's see what the Bible says about the condition... Continue Reading →

The Old Testament

"And beginning from Moses and from all the prophets, He explained to them clearly in all the  Scriptures the things concerning Himself." Luke 24:27 The Old Testament has been the cause of much struggle, doubt, and disbelief among many Christians or potential believers today. It seems to have little relevance to us today, minus the... Continue Reading →

Eating God

When considering God, most people primarily think of Him as the Creator, King, Judge, or Savior. These are all definite titles and attributes of the Lord, but God does not want to be primarily known as such things. I'd like to make the case that God has always desired to present Himself to man as... Continue Reading →

Tripartite Man

During my senior year of high school, I really struggled with understanding the role feelings should have in my Christian life. This struggle always had its roots in my frequent changing in theological beliefs and influence from those around me. My denominational affiliation frequently changed, be it Methodist, Baptist, Charismatic, or Reformed, and all displayed varying roles... Continue Reading →

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