Photo Credit: blythe_d via Compfight cc In our last post, we discussed the fact that Jesus Christ had a very clear theology of the Kingdom of God because of the very central place it held in His ministry. Our theology of God's Kingdom tends to be rather shabby. This is because the Kingdom usually doesn't … Continue reading God’s Good News
The Church of Jesus Christ is being besieged on ever side. It faces conflicts within and without. From the outside there are organizations and special interest groups of all kinds that are challenging our Christian faith and practice on the most fundamental levels. Inside there is all kinds of compromise and corruption being exposed that … Continue reading Look to the Greater One
We have often heard people point to some of the more unfortunate events in Church history as evidence that Christianity has created more problems than it has solved. While we cannot deny that our history has not always been pretty, we must also remember that those events do not paint the whole picture. In this … Continue reading Getting the Whole Picture
The votes have been cast. The political commercials are now silent. Officials have been elected into offices of political power. But, now that it is all said and done, who is really in charge? Only One Eternal Sovereign The LORD has established his throne in the heavens, and his kingdom rules over all. Psalm 103:19 ESV … Continue reading So Who is Really in Charge?
On his blog "Confessions of a Former Preacher," Dan Bouchelle shares a powerful post entitled "Jesus vs. the Powers." It is a must read from anyone who is serious about the Kingdom of God. I want to share a portion of his article with you in light of today's election in the United States. From … Continue reading A New Kind of Politics