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Category Archives: Imago Dei
Are we humans really that bad that we need to be told not to spread false reports and accept bribes and twist the words of the innocent?
Perhaps we’d like to believe in some upward version or utopian vision of humanity, but the fact is that we cannot survive without a set of “Do not” laws and a significant means to enforce them. Continue reading
I feel certain that most Christians need a better vision of the greatness of their salvation — a panoramic view! We must learn to think of salvation as a return to full and final glory — a return to the Imago Dei (image of God).
Why do humans everywhere throughout all of history intuitively feel a pervasive longing for meaning, morality and destiny? Continue reading
We have joy in what we possess but we wait and groan for its completion. We taste and are satisfied as we go on to hunger for what awaits us. Continue reading
Marriage is made up of two unique individuals and loss of that uniqueness in either could hurt the purpose of their companionship and completion. Continue reading
It’s a bit difficult for me to think of America as the moral leader when it comes to the safety of children. Continue reading
What does change look like in my life when I come to know Christ? Or, what should it look like?
As profoundly beneficial as scientific research has been, there are many things that are outside of the reach of scientific inquiry. Continue reading