Whenever you preach, preachers, for the love of God –
Represent the opposition fairly.
Standing in front of an assembled congregation and making claims about God, the world, and what God has to say to this world will inevitably place certain ideas, practices, and people on the opposite side from your propositions. Depending upon Read more “A Rule For Every Preacher”
A philosophy professor lifts up a piece of chalk, eyes his students, then dares God to prevent it from breaking. The class watches as he opens his hand and the chalk breaks on the ground, falsifying the God-hypothesis.
An elementary school teacher tells her students that she’s never seen God and explains that, scientifically speaking, God doesn’t exist.
He had just reviewed 1st century Greek terms like pneuma and theos, then wondered aloud to the class, “if we have theology (study of God), pneumatology (study of the Spirit), and ecclesiology (study of the church), why don’t we have basilea-ology: study of the Kingdom?” Read more “3 Reasons Why We Don’t Study Kingdom-ology”