Category Archives: culture

Conforming to the World or Maintaining God’s Purpose For Us


There is a temptation that is common to all Christians and that is the temptation to conform to the world and its mindset. This has been a problem since mankind fell into sin. The world calls on us to be … Continue reading

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Thinking Christianly


When we are confronted with issues we are often tempted to use proof texts from the bible to present a Biblical view. Proof texting can be dangerous especially as it often means that we rip a verse out of context … Continue reading

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Is Reformed Theology A Grand Vision Or Just A Tulip?


We very often hear discussions of the Five Points of Calvinism as though they amounted to the totality of Reformed thinking,John Calvin himself would have been horrified that his theology had been reduced to just five points. Of course historically … Continue reading

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Creation,Fall and the Promise of Redemption


When we read the first 3 chapters of Genesis it is easy to be so taken up with the subject of creation and the fall that we altogether miss the promise of redemption. Chapters 1 and 2 show us the … Continue reading

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Revival and Theology Part 5- Toward a Biblical Worldview


One of the problems with many revivals is that they only touch a part of life and thus run out of steam, this is because they lack a Biblical Worldview. In this post I want to look at some of … Continue reading

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How Inclusive is the Gospel?


Inclusiveness is emphasised as part of political correctness, all sorts of documents claim that one must be inclusive. Recently various Christian speakers and authors have been claiming that because the gospel is inclusive at its heart this can justify behaviour … Continue reading

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Jesus Christ:Creator,Saviour and Lord of All


There are so many riches in the Biblical revelation about our Lord Jesus Christ, that one can only hope to touch on a little of that treasure in one article. What the scriptures reveal about Jesus is completely beyond the … Continue reading

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Christ and Culture


One of the important questions that has been raised is what is the relationship of Christ to Culture? Many of us were taught that Christ and culture were opposed to each other, as a result of this we accepted a … Continue reading

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Revival and Theology Part 5- Toward a Biblical Worldview


One of the problems with many revivals is that they only touch a part of life and thus run out of steam, this is because they lack a Biblical Worldview. In this post, I want to look at some of … Continue reading

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