Here are some interesting reads to end your week and start your March: THE MYTH OF GOVERNMENT NEUTRALITY : "Most Americans, recognizing that a government-sponsored philosophy would conflict with many citizens’ cherished beliefs (and possibly violate the establishment clause), would say that the government should be neutral. But at the same time, they would want … Continue reading Blog Break (1 Mar 13)
As far as my formal Christianity is concerned, I come from a baptist background. As baptists, we have a tendency to describe things in categories and outline commands in action-points. This does not always work well for us. While such a cautious approach to the Christian walk protects many of us from error, it does … Continue reading Disciples or Converts – Is There a Difference?
Still to the guys, In the previous post, I pointed out the folly in having close or intimate fellowship with a person of the opposite sex. The basic conclusion was that it is foolish and therefore sinful to put so much confidence in our own strong wills, when the Bible (for our instruction and warning) … Continue reading The Cross and Cross-Gendered Fellowship – Part 2
To the guys, He had warned me numerous times, but I was convinced that I knew better. I could not read his motives, only his lips; and I was convinced that his lips spelled legalism and I would have none of that. It was only until my own experience validated his warnings that I would … Continue reading The Cross and Cross-Gendered Fellowship – Part 1