Category: Christianity

A Reflection on Christian Prayer

A man's hands clasped in prayer resting upon an open Bible

I spent many years as a practicing Christian, and there are still certain modes of mind that I experience that have been strongly influenced by the Bible and by the behaviour of Christians. For instance, many times every day I feel the urge to… Continue Reading “A Reflection on Christian Prayer”

The Pull Towards Jesus

A man with his hands clasped in prayer leaning on a table with a Bible and a notebook

Hi everyone. There’s so much I could share with you today, but I am going to make this post brief because I want to have some quality prayer, worship, and Bible reading time this evening. On Wednesday, with the help of the pastor from… Continue Reading “The Pull Towards Jesus”

Is Philosophy Important?

School of Athens painting by Raphael

It’s interesting how within spiritual circles there are strong and conflicting opinions about whether or not philosophy is important. I know that many Christians feel the subject is a waste of time, and instead focus exclusively on Biblical revelation as life’s only real source… Continue Reading “Is Philosophy Important?”

Unconditional Love

A cross on a hilltop with a painted background

In this post I’d like to share a few thoughts about love, and specifically how love operates in the life of a Christian. I will argue that the Christian worldview presents a God who loves conditionally, and that this fails to satisfy our innate… Continue Reading “Unconditional Love”

The Bible and Hell

An old Bible with a gold cross on the cover

In today’s Thursday Theology post I’d like to invite you to read a study on the subject of hell as it is written about in the Bible. You may find it refreshing to explore this subject in some depth. It is by no means… Continue Reading “The Bible and Hell”