We want freedom. People want to be free to live life as they please. The idea that’s often thrown around is ‘as long as you’re not harming anyone it’s fine’. Is that real freedom?
There are some verses that are often thrown around in theological debates, 1 Timothy 2:4 is one of them. Let’s add in a few of the preceding verses to give us a bit of context. 1 Timothy 2:1-4 says “First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for allContinue reading “Does God Really Want All People To Be Saved?”
Situations change, life circumstances can be thrown outside of what we would consider ‘normal’ at any given point. The question is, how do we react in those times? If it’s something relatively small we just fix the problem, change a behaviour, address any fall out and we’re good to go right? But what do weContinue reading “Reactionary theology isn’t helpful”
In the social media post of my last book review I commented on the distinction between apologetics and evangelism. Why do I think that this is an important distinction? Because
‘Spiritual discipline’ I know it sounds weird, it’s a thing that seems to have fallen from the lips of many Christians today. We don’t hear the phrase much, is it because we hate the word discipline? Is it because we worry that calling something spiritual makes it sound mystical and dubious? Or is it becauseContinue reading “The almost forgotten spiritual discipline…”
If you read this blog regularly or if you know me and have spoken to me at all, you’ll know that I like theology. I enjoy discussing deep questions about the Bible, God and all doctrines pertaining to Christianity. I enjoy listening to and reading other perspectives that I don’t agree with to gain aContinue reading “Everyone’s a theologian…”