Posts from the ‘New View’ Category

Neither…Nor

As an academic I learned that there are times when such knowledge makes it easier to grasp the meaning of parts of the Bible. In the original languages of the Bible (Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek) the meaning is at times clearer than in a translation.

Yet, to find a way to point out an emotional or culturally based doctrine is usually frustrating. People would rather cling to their belief structure than learn the way of God. Read more…

Stories Versus Verses

Okay, I admit that this is a bit of a rant, but I do think it is justified. Read more…

Two Words

Reading this past summer I was inspired by the vision of the two Words from heaven. Read more…

Soul and Spirit

“For the word of God is living and full of power, and is sharper than any two-edged sword, cutting through and making a division even of the soul and the spirit, the bones and the muscles, and quick to see the thoughts and purposes of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12 Bible in Basic English [BBE]*, 1941). Read more…

5-fold Ministry 2

 

Decades ago I preached a Pentecost sermon and some charismatics were in attendance. When I showed the miracle on that occasion was not Peter speaking languages, but unbelievers hearing in their own language, these people interrupted me and condemned me. Read more…

5-fold Ministry

I was doing research for someone and came upon the teaching about the 5-fold ministry again. Something came together for me. Read more…

Greater Things

Jesus “can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine. Read more…

Protected

Have you ever complained about troubles you face? Have you asked God why a calamity struck you? Read more…

Conscience – Clear or Charred

Recently I have been haunted by a fact. Many people have sinned against me over the years. Read more…

How a Computer Thinks Made Me Think

Some things about computers boggle the mind. If you type in a search it will correct spelling, change the order of words, anything to figure out what you want. Read more…