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- Book – Who is this who is coming?
- Book – God’s Plan for the World
- Theology – Why bother?
- The Thinking Christian
- Labels and Paradox
- Equality, Differences and Levelling
- Attitudes in Prayer
- Labels, Categories and Belief
- How do I live my Christian life?
- Statements of faith
- Following Jesus versus teaching, doctrine and theology
- Christian Worship Meetings
- Study/Teaching Meeting
- Holiness meetings
- E-Book – Evelyn Underhill – Mysticism
- E-Book – John Ruysbroeck – Three works
- The authority of the Bible – Lecture by Tom Wright
Tag Archives: Knowledge
I am a thinking Christian. That is what I am. That is the gift that I have. I am not an Overseer/Elder or a Deacon. I don’t have the qualifications for those roles. I am not a teacher – I have not been formally asked to fill the role of teacher and again, I do not consider myself to be qualified to fill that role anyway. But I think a lot. Because of the makeup of my personality and temperament, I need to anchor myself with a good cognitive foundation – a good understanding, a firm perception and apprehension of basic principles – so that I am orientated, so that I know where I am, and so that I know what direction I am travelling in and what my destination is. I find myself constantly asking questions about Christianity and sometimes I find that the answers that I get are not adequate – so I have to explore the theme for myself, more deeply. So, all being well, I eventually find answers that seem to satisfy the questions that I have asked. Continue reading
I sometimes find myself getting a bit annoyed. Many professing Christians that I meet these days seem to say something like: ‘I don’t bother much with doctrine, teaching and labels – I just follow Jesus’. When you are busy studying as I … Continue reading