I may never be as clever as my neighbor down the street, I may never be as wealthy as some other men I meet. I may never have the glory that some other men have had, But I've just got to be successful as that little fellow' dad There are certain dreams I cherish, that … Continue reading A Successful Dad
Denny Burk & Heath Lambert This is not another book about homosexual behavior. According to the authors, “Our goal is not to consider the ethics of homosexual behavior, but to consider the ethics of homosexual desire, often referred to as homosexual orientation” (p.13). With that premise, Burk and Lambert set out to help us understand … Continue reading Transforming Homosexuality
The wisdom of God is that characteristic in which He always chooses the best goals, as well as the best means for attaining those goals. Of course, the question arises as to the best goals for whom? Because many people misunderstand this critical point, it leads to wrong views of God's wisdom. These wrong views … Continue reading The Wisdom of God
There is a lot of teaching about how Christians should not be judgmental. In fact, Matthew 7:1 (Do not judge...) now rivals John 3:16 as the most often quoted verse in the Bible. While it is true that Christians should be careful about judging, to what extent should we be non-judgmental? In Who Are You … Continue reading Who Are You To Judge?
In Romans 14, Paul draws on 2 examples to show how "strong" believers should live with "weak" believers. These are the issues of eating meat (Romans 14:2), and holy day observance (Romans 14:5). Why did Paul single out these 2 issues? Surely there were other areas of freedom that the believers of Rome were abusing. … Continue reading When Freedom Destroys