Christian Nationalism, Sacralism, and Christian Maturity
Tackled the ever so easy, light issues of “White evangelicals,” Christian Nationalism, sacralism, and the recent dust-ups that had Reformed men posting clown-shoe memes about other Reformed men (all causing the angels in heaven to weep, me thinks). Had to do some eschatology and a lot more, but the fact is, it is indeed Christ or chaos, we must witness to the state what Christ demands, and we must live out what obedience looks like.
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After we spent a little time on some positive reports of God’s grace, and then a few minutes on some negative developments of more rebellion and insanity coming out of Disney, we dove into a fully discussion of tradition, the canon, and finally looking at a series of Tweets by Steve Meister on the table of contents of your Bible as a form of “inescapable tradition.” Over 90 minutes today.
Thoughts On Faithfulness in an Uncertain FutureBy James White — 1 year ago
James White, January 20, 2022January 20, 2022, Christian Worldview, Godly Disciplines, Musings, Personal, Road Trip, Technology, The Dividing Line, Theology Matters We did the program from the Mobile Command Center today as a means of testing things out before I hit the road this weekend. I also wanted to test a touch screen we have obtained that should allow me to do mot of what I do on the Flip Board in the Big Studio, but while traveling. And it worked! But then I started preaching to myself, really, and wandered through an entire discussion about faithfulness in these trying and confusing days. About 60% through the program I started talking to the homeschool kids, really all our kids, but especially those kids, about how blessed they, and how they need to understand the blessings they are receiving. If you have such kids, you might want to find that part. Sometimes having someone else’s voice helps to get the message through!Our next program will be coming from on the road, either from somewhere in Texas, or around Oklahoma City, Lord willing! Prayers for traveling safety appreciated!
Aquinas as a Commentator, Doing “Theological Exegesis” on Matthew 24:36By James White — 7 months ago
James White, October 27, 2022October 27, 2022, Church Fathers, Church History, Debate, Exegesis, General Apologetics, Roman Catholicism, The Dividing Line, Thomism Looked at some claims about Aquinas by Norm Geisler, including a quick look at John 13:19, and then started to respond to the second in the series from Baptist Dogmatics regarding Matthew 24:36. What is “theological” or “dogmatic” exegesis? Well, we will find out more as we continue our review and response. But not tomorrow, though we plan on doing a program at 4:30pm EDT live from ReformCon 2022! Join us then!