Category Archives: Doctrine

Puzzling Over Solved Puzzles

I ran across a piece by R.C. Sproul, Jr. today and found a paragraph that expresses his surprise that certain things are missing from the Bible.  I’m examining it below because I think it is typical of the sort of … Continue reading

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Where Is It Written?

One doesn’t have to think long about the “big picture” of Christianity before realizing what a large role is played by the Bible.  Regardless of what one may believe about the active role of the Holy Spirit in the life … Continue reading

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Refusing to Answer on Doctrine

One constant frustration I have with Christians is getting them to face the issues responsibly.  I believe this is most likely because they simply cannot find a model by which all the issues can be addressed consistently—at least, not a … Continue reading

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Two Kinds of Hypocrisy

Many attempt to explain the failures of today’s “church” by appealing to human weakness—and especially to hypocrisy.  The reason, they will argue, that the church doesn’t do as well as Jesus’ original ekklesia, is that today’s churchers just aren’t “doing … Continue reading

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