Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Today I want to examine a scripture that is sometimes not read or obeyed as fully in context as it should be. I would say the majority of Christians are familiar with the version of 2 Corinthians 6:14 which says: Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what partnership … Continue reading Scripture Spotlight: Unequally yoked?
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com According to Theopedia, Cessationism, in Christian theology, is the view that the miraculous gifts of the Spirit, such as healing, tongues, and prophetic revelation, pertained to the apostolic era only, served a purpose that was unique to establishing the early church, and passed away before the canon of Scripture was … Continue reading Theological Word of the Week: Cessationism/Continuationism
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com I am starting a "Word of the Week" series. Every week I will introduce a theological term or phrase that one would likely encounter either while studying, or watching theologically sound preaching or teaching. It will be a fairly concise blog post every week, but enough to give the reader … Continue reading Theological Word of the Week: Apologetics
Recently I was invited to our Southern Baptist state convention's annual Ministry Wives Weekend. Although I am a longtime SBC pastor's wife, this was my first time attending. ( Honestly, I've been disappointed by so many of these gatherings, I've pretty much lost interest in attending them. ) But since I was invited by a … Continue reading To Go or Not To Go: Women’s Conferences
Has anyone noticed that anytime a Christian makes a statement on social media regarding the sin or questionable teaching of a popular public figure with a Christian platform, that almost without fail, it will be followed by some form of this response: *IT ISN'T OUR PLACE TO JUDGE! This accepted viewpoint is based on the … Continue reading Judge Not?