Tag Archives: Doctrine & Practice

Letting your inner light shine

I walked into the bathroom the other day to get something, and I turned on the light. It was an unintentional move, a simple habit. I thought to myself, “you don't need the light on, you know exactly where every thing is in here, you are merely wasting electricity, you …

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Are we saved through Jesus’ divine nature alone?

Dr. Keller, You said it was due to Jesus’ human nature that we are saved, and not through some account of a “magic Jesus.” I disagree. It was due to Jesus’ divine nature that we are saved. In 1 Peter 3:18 it reads, “For Christ died for sins once and …

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Are miraculous healings a thing of the past?

Jesus chose Cana in Galilee as the site of his first healing. Incidentally, Cana is the site where Jesus turned water into wine, which is his first miracle even before the launch of his ministry. But this time, before he arrived in Cana, some Galileans who had traveled to Jerusalem …

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Is it true that no one has ever seen God?

Karin, I was reading the Gospel of John and came across verse 18 that says, “No one has ever seen God.” Is this true? It is confusing me because I thought that in Genesis it said that Adam and Eve walked along side God and talked with him. And in …

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Epiphany, the Encounter and iGod

Today is Epiphany, but what is it? It seems the only thing left of Epiphany is the 12 days of Christmas song. It is the last day of Christmas, which few of us even know. The day was meant to commemorate when the three wise men encountered the baby Jesus …

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