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Uh Oh. Rob Bell is Back

Like a zombie, Rob Bell, the postmodern, hell-denying, universal salvation-affirming former pastor, is back in the news. Stand Up for the Truth noticed that the OC Register recently had a new article interviewing Bell and others about “rethinking” the Bible.


Modern Theological Discourse and the King

The religious landscape is consumed with discourse over controversial issues of theology and ideology. If you take just a brief moment – which will inevitably lead to the loss of an entire day – to peruse the deep of abyss of Twitter retweets and hashtags, you will undoubtedly stumble across well-reasoned arguments – both conservative and liberal – on such topics as women in ministry, homosexuality, evolution/creation, nationalism, the inerrancy of scripture, ecclesiology, eschatology, etc. 854 more words

Rob Bell, Richard Rohr, and the "Jesus tea-strainer" in action

Years ago, when the New Atheists were still a cultural force to be reckoned with, I watched a debate on YouTube between an atheist—I can’t remember who—and a Christian apologist. 786 more words

Living God - living well

It has been a long time since I wrote anything on this ‘Living God’ blog. The ‘Passion in Real Time’ that I wrote during Holy Week and through to Pentecost took a great deal of my attention and after that I went on a number of visits overseas which just seemed to absorb so much time and energy. 1,158 more words

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What on Earth Are We to Do about Unbelief? (Part 8 of 10)

Unbelief is rampant in our world.  Specifically, unbelief in the gospel.  What’s a Christian to do?  We have seen from the little epistle of Jude that… 950 more words

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Music and culture of faith...

Alright, so here are a few underrated or less well known things that boost my spiritual Christian walk and faith…

The music of Johnny Cash-an amazing country music icon now sadly passed away. 263 more words

Sin: A sceptic's guide

Why write (or read) about sin? If ever there were a secular swear word, sin would be it. From the Google Ngram below it is evident that except for a short revival during the WWII, the word is falling into disuse: 1,557 more words