Widening our Doctrinal Definitions (Avoiding Superficial Spirituality Part 7) 

  “Theological reflection is a pilgrimage in which change should be celebrated, not feared.” Clark Pinnock We’ve been talking about deepening our walk with the Almighty, and certain attitudes we must cultivate if we want to explore “the deep things of God.” (See at the bottom of this post links to previous ones on the …

Way(s) to God?

There’s a difference between different ways to get to God and the different ways God uses to get to us. Since God has many ways to manifest himself to humans––none of which are on equal par with Jesus, who is The Way––we should learn how to affirm those manifestations wherever we find them and build …

The “Jesus Bus”

Do all roads lead to God? "No,” says William Paul Young, “but God is willing to travel any road to find you.” My friend and I were meeting at the baseball stadium to watch my San Francisco Giants play. Parking costs as much as the ticket, so I decided to take public transportation. From my …

Recommended reading #5

[A Wideness in God's Mercy / Irresistible Revolution / Submerge] A Wideness in God’s Mercy – The Finality of Jesus Christ in a World of Religions, by Clark Pinnock This book by a respected (albeit, quite controversial) theologian teaches some extremely provocative things about God’s mercy reaching people with no adequate Christian witness. Pinnock is …

%d bloggers like this: