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?

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

Christian Living

Silent Ways the Enemy Attacks Christians

  Satan has some nasty tricks up his sleeves that he uses to distract us from God. This isn’t all too surprising because the name Satan means adversary. The word “devil” means slanderer. Clearly, Satan is God’s enemy. Humanity is God’s precious creation and treasure. Because we are loved and treasured by God, by default…… Continue reading Silent Ways the Enemy Attacks Christians