Theology

Scripture: Has Anything Really Been Lost in Translation?

One of the studies that fascinated me the most while I was completing my work in Biblical Hermeneutics was the study of textual criticism. I will share some of my thoughts and academic writings about it today in this post. Textual criticism is an in-depth study of the ancient languages found in Old Testament and…… Continue reading Scripture: Has Anything Really Been Lost in Translation?

General Revelation · Traveling

General Revelation Through Travel: Vol 8, Colorado

Colorado, filled with natural beauty and wonders, has to be one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. It’s majestic, soaring mountain ranges, abundant wildlife, and lush forests are completely awe-inspiring. God’s fingerprints are all over this beautiful terrain.     PHOTO COLLECTION ATTRIBUTION:  “Colorado,” BY K MARIE © Copyright 2017 Lines of…… Continue reading General Revelation Through Travel: Vol 8, Colorado

Theology

The Problem with “Neutrality”

  I would like to share some ideas about neutrality that I had previously written about in my theology coursework. I think it would be useful information to the practicing Christian. As I have learned, corruption of Western culture was one factor that contributed to the evolution of postmodernism. The response was a pervasive suspicion…… Continue reading The Problem with “Neutrality”

Christian Living

Being Mindful of the Present

  During my theology studies, I enjoyed some interesting literature by Kenneth Boa called, Conformed to His Image. He makes a profound statement that really stuck with me: “For many people, life has become so filled with the if-only of the future that today becomes an inconvenient obstacle to the path of reaching tomorrow.”[1] It…… Continue reading Being Mindful of the Present