Grace, politics, and Gen Z

Now what? My goodness. Just when I begin to think the divisive politicking of the American public has reached the bottom, something happens on one extreme side or the other to show me more depths of depravity. Morally vacant candidates fight to see which commits the most egregious sins. Old men stuck in decades past… Continue reading Grace, politics, and Gen Z

John 14:14

Misunderstood verses #3 Misunderstood Have you heard this lately? It's popular with purveyors of the prosperity doctrine who teach that God wants everyone to be healthy, wealthy, and wise. Benjamin Franklin is the author of the aphorism "Early to bed, early to rise…" and he may have been a deist, but he didn't pretend to… Continue reading John 14:14

Romans 8:28

Misunderstood, misapplied, and misused verse #1 Misinterpreted How many times do people say only part of Romans 8:28 and that out of context? Scripture must always be interpreted in context and in its entirety. The first mistake with this misunderstood quote is that it only uses part of the verse. Here is the whole thing:… Continue reading Romans 8:28

Misunderstood, misapplied, and misused

What do these verses really mean? We humans have a habit of manipulating facts to support what we believe or think. It happens on a daily basis lately--all over the news, social media, and in lively confrontations conversations with friends and acquaintances. It's bad enough when facts are cherry-picked to "prove" a position on social… Continue reading Misunderstood, misapplied, and misused